Integration of the most advanced technologies in IOT, Mobile, and Cloud capabilities

Our Wireless Access Manager provides real-time cellular and Wi-Fi network evaluation based on policies set by the operator or customer requirements, enabling seamless integration of Wi-Fi and cellular networks. We have contracts with major mobile providers for sending traffic efficiently and at minimum cost.

Variety of Communication Technology

We are experts in the integration of several communication methods such as, encrypted and compressed mobile data, location capabilities, Wi-Fi solutions, and sensors such as, RFID, Bluetooth, RF range solutions, and Robot drones that fly autonomously on fixed plans. We analyze location data using our special algorithm technology and GPS systems.

We can also provide API solutions or create tailor-made applications and also transfer the data onto our cloud infrastructure using a “pay as you charge” model, which is flexible and meets our customers’ requirements.

Our vision obliges us to provide the most efficient, stable, secure, and low cost data communication transfer.


Connected Bus

We implemented the “Connected Bus” project in two transportation cooperatives that operate around 250 buses each.

We designed an application to ease passenger scheduling by providing locations and timings of the buses.

The GPS device sends data to a cloud server every five seconds. This information is then analyzed in the cloud and checked against bus timetables and route data to manage bus operations in real time. In addition, this data is tied and secured, with the app guiding passengers on bus routes. This enables users to search for bus stops based on their destination and obtain notifications of the arrival time of their desired bus. The service was well received, but the more busses that were added, the more data costs mushroomed.

We provided a very low communication rate (base rate) and a metered rate for actual data usage, so we only pay for what was used. There are four plans based on data speed. Our system handles a small set of bus GPS coordinates, which are sent frequently, for which the most inexpensive plan was more than sufficient. Once we were deployed, our monthly data rates dropped to 1/10th of what they once were.

It is also convenient to order more SIMs, and we can initiate or suspend them ourselves from the web console. We enable the ordering of new SIMs in increments as small as one, which we then pop into the smartphones to quickly set them up and get them running. It is easy to turn them on or off or cancel them when required. This ease of use greatly reduces the workload on administrators.

Connected Bus

Find a car in a huge parking space

There is a significant issue when visitors to large airports are looking for their vehicle in huge parking lots, large dealership parking areas, and warehouses. Trying to find a vehicle in a space where thousands of other vehicles are parked can be a hugely frustrating experience, particularly during inclement weather with vehicles potentially covered under thick layers of snow.

While searching for a solution to this issue that could address the challenge while still enabling inventory counts to be carried out, we made a joint venture with an expert RFID company. This company develops and deploys a radio frequency identification system along with our Internet of Things communication technologies, which produces significant benefits for businesses.


Our solution reduces the search for a specific car in a parking space to around a few minutes. Using a combination of drones and beacons with Bluetooth low energy tags, we employ low data communication traffic through SIMs and cloud services. Additionally, a special application for analytical data generation and graphics indicates where the car is located and for how long it has been parked.

Monitoring the location of vehicles within courtyards can be extremely costly in day-to-day operations. Under normal conditions, a vehicle can take something from six to eight hours to be located, even using bar codes or RFID portals at the entrance to the courtyards. There are reports of trucks that have been waiting to be loaded for more than three hours if a specific vehicle cannot be found.

In a large working garage we connected reading portals in the parking lot, yard, workshop, and washing room. When a car passed one of these checkpoints, owners received status information on their smartphones. The beacon is detected inside the car and indicates when it entered the garage. It continues to transmit the location of the vehicle as it moves inside the garage. Finally, when the car leaves the garage, the beacon is retrieved.