Author: Andrea Hartigová
With the progressive strategic expansion of its portfolio, JABLOTRON can satisfy the very varied requirements not only of modern households and small or medium enterprises, but also of the largest corporations. A current example is co-operation with the global software number one, Microsoft, to which JABLOTRON supplied a set of solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT).
M icrosoft opened a new office building in Prague this year. The building is literally interwoven with the latest technologies and a highly intelligent system that centralises the ever-present network elements into a uniform interface to facilitate operation, automation, improve operations and optimise the use of individual sectors and resources. In addition to automating processes and operations, the technology in certain sectors can monitor and assess, for example, the concentration of persons, the degree of noise (including an assessment of whether the noise value is short-term or long-term), the consumption of energy, sector occupancy in real time, the efficiency of use of a sector, the speed of movement by people, as well as the need to replace “consumables” and a number of other situations. One of the progressively introduced systems in the Microsoft building is the JABLOTRON 100 system and other devices, which monitor, measure, sense and collect data that are subsequently processed in the Microsoft Azure cloud.
The implementation of a JABLOTRON 100 solution at Microsoft’s Czech headquarter office shows the successful connection of technologies that appear divergent at first glance – Jablotron’s hardware and Microsoft’s software. JABLOTRON is working with a similar concept concerning other companies and organisations. ●