FROM DATA ACQUISITION...

Running the gamut from temporal data recording to energy consumption readings, not to mention the relay of defibrillator status reports… PYRESCOM’s first task is to acquire data.

Depending on your specific need, PYRESCOM will guide you through the process of generating a set of specifications. Our expertise serves to identify: the most relevant data worth acquiring, the requisite and sufficient level of precision, and the acquisition and processing frequencies.

These data may be in the form of timetables, weight, temperature, air quality, geolocation, energy and other consumption (water, gas, electricity, photovoltaic production, etc.).

The relevance of the data acquired predetermines the consistency of results obtained.

VIA CONNECTED DEVICES…

The data targeted must then be recorded in a way best suited to the particular source.

Depending on the data source, PYRESCOM will adapt the device assigned to automatically and autonomously produce the data recordings.
Here are a few examples of the products being implemented:

TERMOD , which stands for MODular TERminal, makes it possible to collect time data by integrating various identification systems (e.g. CAB, RFID, imprints, magnetic, etc.).

Our AIVIA monitoring cabinets combine various types of sensors to allow verifying the presence, status and temperature, plus all the environmental data necessary to verify proper use of AED.

To verify a building’s energy consumption and level of comfort, PYRESCOM has developed Class’Aira sensor designed to record temperature, relative humidity, and CO2 level, along with theBatNRJ solution for remote readings of utility meters, light, noise, etc.

All these sensors are connected, using the most highly adapted technologies for the particular dataset and for the layout of their locations.

Whether it’s a hard-wired connection, WiFi, 3G, IoT or radio transmission, the data are then processed on the specific professional platforms.

… TO PROFESSIONAL PLATFORMS

Data processing and subsequent retrieval must be appropriate for the type of information the end user requires.

An HR manager, a local authority, the manager of a waste facility or perhaps of a defibrillator resource will each be assigned a platform specially adapted to his or her profession.

In addition to compiling a data log, this client will be able to: configure alerts and alarms based on criteria he/she has input (e.g. overconsumption, malfunction, temperature); optimise the monitoring function; compare environmental behaviour; and, depending on the profession, even manage invoices.

All these functionalities are offered in an ergonomic, intuitive and modular environment.