Data Platform Addresses IoE

Sixgill introduces the next generation of its sensor data services platform, Sixgill Sense 2.0 that provides vital capabilities for companies attempting to govern their Internet of Everything (IoE) assets. The extensible platform specifically meets the needs of application developers and product owners who are building sensor-informed applications for IoT, IIoT, and IoE. Sense provides companies with continuous sensor data collection and real-time understanding of what assets are available, where they are and their operating state. This allows users to keep their IoE assets, actions and behaviors on track. The Sense 2.0 platform features:

  • Developer-friendly extensibility and adoptability
  • Scalable real-time edge processing
  • Custom rules toolkit for triggering actions programmatically
  • Flexible deployment on any cloud or data center
  • Intrinsic security features
  • A pre-built Geo IoE plugin for advanced geofencing, proximity services and asset tracking
  • Centralized administration and monitoring
  • Sense is built on Sixgill’s U3 architecture, which makes it:
  • Universal: One data services backbone for all sensor dependent applications
  • Unrestricted: Sensor agnostic; open to any type of data or data source
  • Unbounded: Ingests data at any volume and velocity with cloud-managed, on premise or hybrid deployment


Sense is available now to select users, with full availability scheduled for later this year. For more details, a Sense 2.0 product brief is available. Sixgill, Santa Monica, CA. 424-322-2009

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