• IoT

    New forms of connectivity

IoT - What is it?

IoT stands for the "Internet of Things." It is a network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances, and other items that are embedded with sensors, software, and connectivity to allow them to exchange data and interact with each other and with humans over the internet. The goal of IoT is to create a seamless and efficient system of communication between physical devices and the digital world, enabling data to be collected and analyzed in real-time to improve efficiency, productivity, and decision-making. 

IoT is a rapidly growing field with applications in industries ranging from healthcare and transportation to agriculture and manufacturing.

For some applications the cost of connectivity and power infrastructure can far outweigh the benefits of remote devices/sensors being installed.

IoT devices on the other hand have the benefit of access to both a wireless low-cost data network that covers most of Norfolk/ Suffolk and battery life that lasts up to 10 years in off of 2x AA batteries. With these previously untenable solutions have now become accessible to even low budget applications.


Currently devices can be used in most of Norfolk and Suffolk without any other form of connectivity and the network is still growing.

Battery Life

With battery life measured in years instead of hours these devices can be left unattended for the length of there use.


With sensors starting under £100 and monthly charges of as low as £2 a month these can be a very cost affective solution for remote locations.

Types Of Sensor

Door Open Sensor

Get a notification if a door has been opened.

Battery Life: Up to 10 years

CO Sensor

Get a statistics and alerts on carbon monoxide.

Battery Life: Up to 10 years

GPS Tracker

Track assets or personnel. Get reports and notifications.

Battery Life: Up to 10 years

Occupancy Sensor

Get alerts and reports on if a space is occupied.

Battery Life: Up to 10 years


Pickup vibrations and get statistics.

Battery Life: Up to 10 years

Humidity Sensor

Detect humidity and other air quality statistics.

Battery Life: Up to 10 years

People Counter

Counter people as they walk past the sensor. Then get statistics.

Battery Life: Up to 1 year

Current Meter

Measure current and other statistics.

Battery Life: Up to 5 years



Agriculture is a prime application for these low powered, low cost devices. With sensors such as:

  • Soil moisture and temperature sensors for fields
  • Vibrations sensors for cattle grids
  • GPS sensors for assets and equipment
  • Motion sensors/ Door open sensors for out buildings

Housing Development

At the beginning on a development supplying constant connectivity and power can be a challenge. With IoT we can answer this solution.

  • Door open sensors for site office
  • Motion Sensors for storage locations
  • GPS sensors for keeping track of plant and equipment

PRS and Social Housing

Security and safety within residential property is a key concern. IoT devices can give you the information needed to keep track.

  • Humidity sensors can allow you to keep track of moisture in the air to stop black mould build up
  • Door open sensors and motion sensors for secured rooms
  • Water sensor to be notified of leaks

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