With Business IoT solutions from Swisscom, you can easily and seamlessly monitor, track and manage data, deliveries, materials or processes. Our Internet of Things experts support you from the design of the tracking and monitoring solution through to selection of the right hardware and system integration.
Swisscom’s IoT tracking and monitoring system solutions are intended for companies that want to track, monitor and manage valuable data, important deliveries, costly material or business-critical processes. All solutions can be seamlessly integrated into any IT system.
In a first step, we work with you to design your IoT project based on your specific starting point.
Together with you, we check the requirements that have to be met for your IoT project. Are the objects to be tracked in locked rooms or do you require an extra-long battery life, for example.
In a next step, we help you select the technology components required from sensors and interfaces to localisation or transmission technology.
We help you select the right hardware. We have a wide range of extensively tested and certified hardware already pre-integrated on the Swisscom Device & Data Hub. If required, we can work with our long-standing partners to support you by developing customised hardware.
We accompany you with the design and implementation of the right IoT system architecture, taking into account all technical and commercial aspects. On request, we can also operate the solution on your behalf or integrate it into your existing business systems.
To meet the high quality requirements in food production and distribution, cold chains have to be monitored continuously and all item information logged.
We developed individual IoT temperature loggers with BLE sniffing localisation for our customer. All data is transferred to a Microsoft Azure cloud environment over the LoRaWAN low power network. The data is processed and all the devices managed from here.
For the optimisation of road maintenance, such as road gritting at minus temperatures, georeferenced temperature measurements of the surface temperature are required, which fleet vehicles perform regularly in measuring runs.
For their measuring runs, the fleet vehicles were equipped with a Swisscom DDH-ready GNSS tracker with an interface for an infrared temperature sensor. All data is transmitted to the Swisscom Device & Data Hub over LTE-CATM1/NB-IOT and the LWM2M protocol, where it is recorded and evaluated.
All devices are equipped with a Swisscom DDH-ready tracker with WiFi sniffing function. The data is transmitted over the LoRaWAN low power network and processed and visualised in the Swisscom Device & Data Hub, where all the devices are also managed.