Sensera Systems Delivers Vision to M2M / Internet of Things

GOLDEN, CO -- Sensera Systems announces the launch of the company and immediate availability of its MC-30 MultiSensetm Camera and Cloud Service products. The company is the first to combine cellular and WiFi, high resolution still and video imaging, data logging and control, 802.15.4 wireless sensor interface, and built-in solar power into a low-cost device. The MultiSensetm Cloud Service, also announced, provides a complete hardware plus software solution for a wide range of applications in construction, security, industrial automation, agriculture, and law enforcement.

Sensera Systems' solar powered wireless camera products are significantly simpler to use and more affordable than existing systems and are expected to drive broader adoption of remote sensing/M2M/Internet of Things applications. The patent pending MultiSensetm Platform is based on a number of innovations in low power system design, automated provisioning, and edge-intelligence.

"Traditional M2M applications have focused on lower bandwidth IO and control applications. By integrating imaging and IO into a single platform, we have taken advantage of today's more capable cellular and computing infrastructures to deliver advanced remote sensing applications at a fraction of the cost of existing solutions." said David Gaw, President of Sensera Systems. "By designing the system with integrated solar and wireless, Sensera Systems has reduced costs and achieved extreme ease of use, eliminating significant barriers to adoption of M2M and remote sensing applications."

The MultiSensetm Cloud Service WebApp provides a 100% web-based graphical interface for viewing data and controlling cameras and I/O from any desktop or mobile platform with no programming and no software to install. The MultiSensetm Cloud Service is highly scalable, secure, and supports software updates over the air.

The MC-30 has achieved breakthrough cost points for a system with these capabilities, allowing site surveillance cameras and sensing systems to be deployed on projects of any size and into a much broader range of applications.

Contact Sensera Systems:
1-800-657-0437
http://www.senserasystems.com

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