Digi Foundations incorporates Digi Remote Manager (DRM) that enables the users to control, configure and maintain their IoT ecosystems by offering a real-time insight of their network and device health
Digi International, a leading global company providing Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity products and services, made available Digi Foundations, a comprehensive IoT-in-a-box package that is a combination of hardware, software applications, services and support. The package simplifies and speed up the process of developing connected digital ecosystems, primarily for mission-critical applications.
Digi Foundations is a complete solution that covers every aspect of the IoT deployment, such as management and analytics. Starting with the physical hardware, Digi Foundations is based on the edge intelligence.
Faster creation of applications
Commenting on the development, Scott Nelson, Vice President – Product, Digi International, said, “Digi Foundations provides a unified service for remote device management, integration, cellular connectivity and data support leading to the creation of faster, more adaptable IoT ecosystems.
“We’re providing every element of our IoT stack expertise, allowing organisations to elevate their focus from tool management to the creation of mission-critical applications running on this next iteration of IoT networks. We allow the user to create the rules and we make the network work for their applications,” he added.
Enables management of devices
Digi Foundations incorporates Digi Remote Manager (DRM), a central and secure management application that enables the users to manage devices and networks their data traverse.
In addition, DRM enables the users to control, configure and maintain their IoT ecosystems by offering a real-time insight of their network and device health. The application sends notifications in case an alert is triggered, as well as analyse and potentially repair the remote devices without the requirement of a technician.
Apart from this, with DRM’s Cloud Connectors and open application programming interfaces (APIs), users can also integrate the data they collect using analytics tools to get even better insights into performance.