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In version 5.6, the AggreGate platform has become even more user-friendly and web-oriented.
AggreGate Store is our new approach to deployment of AggreGate servers in your network. Now you can distribute your own AggreGate applications for the use in your corporate network or on public access. Download and plug in only the modules and solutions that are required for your project. Add them when necessary as your project grows. Optimize your system resources.
Flexible device driver acts as a "driver construction kit". It allows to connect devices that use proprietary protocols by performing deep configuration of the system. It eliminates the need for development of a dedicated device driver in the Java programming language.
Welcome a new analytics tool in the AggreGate toolbox – the event correlator – a powerful streaming data processing engine! The correlator is designed for real-time data analyzing and processing, finding specific patterns, identifying trends and much more.
AggreGate web interface is given the ability to function autonomously, being managed by the Tomcat web server. A web application that is deployed separately is not bound to a specific server but can connect to any other server.
The license checking process can now be centralized and automated by the integration with a license server. AggreGate server administrators no longer need to monitor and manually modify the validity period of plugins included in a license.
Other major improvements include:
New Data Table types
Self Monitoring Dashboard
Deeper Permission Control
Scaling in UI Builder
Avatar Driver for allows working with another server’s devices as if they were available locally, etc.
Please check detailed information on the new 5.6 release, download AggreGate IoT Platform and let us know how it works for you!
After many months of hard work of the whole team, including developers, designers, layout designers, and masterminds, our new website finally came out and is available at its usual address - aggregate.tibbo.com.
Modern design, a huge amount of relevant information and infographics about our technologies, products and solutions, substantially modified site structure with a logical and easy-to-understand menu and navigation - these are just a few new features. We will tell more below but leave the majority of features for your own investigation.
Now, our site illustrates even more partner projects from various industries around the world. Such information about implemented solutions based on our platform got better visual content, while the sorting by industry and product will help you quickly find those projects that are of interest to you.
The new site is fully adapted for viewing on mobile devices. Now you can choose suitable solutions for your business based on AggreGate, study the platform’s unique technologies, read our news, and communicate with Tibbo Systems experts wherever you are.
It’s a long story if we keep telling you about all implemented features, but this is exactly the case when “a picture is worth a thousand words”. Therefore, without further ado, welcome to aggregate.tibbo.com, the new site of AggreGate IoT platform.
It was so cool last year so we should come to the next IoT World Russia Summit.
For the second time our company will become a partner of the most important and practical world-class IoT event in Russia.
II International Digital Summit IoT World Russia Summit 2018 will take place in Kazan, 1-2 october. There will be world IoT leaders, experts and leading specialists of Industry 4.0.
More than 25 countries will participate in the Summit, that will be twice more, than in 2017. There will be Russia, the UK, the USA, France, Germany, China, South Korea, Norway, Spain, India, Malaysia, etc.
IoT World Summit Russia includes:
the most relevant topics in the IoT field
practical cases of business-leaders
practice in transformation and automation of business-systems
opportunity to create new partnerships
This year participants will get 10 streams: Digital Enterprises, Smart city and digital government, IoT energy and utilities, Smart agriculture, Industry 4.0, Artificial Intelligence, IoT cybersecurity, Blockchain, Big Data and Data analytics, IoT telecommunication, in which leading experts in the IoT field with successful industrial cases will have a speech; strategic sessions, master classes, innovation project competition, etc.
Within the session Industry 4.0 Victor Polyakov, Tibbo Systems managing director, will speak about unified enterprise digital platforms and their main tasks, as well as about the market itself and the future.
On the Tibbo Systems stand in the demo-zone you will see the AggreGate IoT platform and find out how to create solutions for your business based on it.
These hardware-software systems can operate locally even without access to the central controlling server.
Tibbo LTPS, being a modern microcomputer, is successfully applied for building a remote access control system (ACS).
Thanks to AggreGate, it’s possible to implement the most complicated logic, control, monitoring and data collection scenarios for access to premises and parking space. And thanks to Tibbo LTPS, Tibbits and Tibbo sensors, you can connect devices via almost any protocol.
AggreGate training held in the atmosphere of oriental hospitality… What could be better? Our IT Management Solutions Architect, Anton Grachevnikov, returned from Tehran having trained our Iranian partner SGI to use AggreGate IoT Platform for implementing projects in various industries.
And this has already borne fruit as we are facing a few interesting joint projects! Some of them involve our partners from other countries. We will definitely tell you about these forthcoming projects soon.
Meanwhile, we remind you that you can also become a certified AggreGate engineer and take full advantage of the Internet of Things by getting trained in your home country (we will happily fly to your place 🙂 ) or in our European office.
One of the main improvements in the IoT AggreGate Platform 5.5 release was machine learning, which gave data processing professionals a chance to extract required knowledge while analyzing time series streams and large data sets.
And more recently, we have added several algorithms allowing you to create trainable units with an option of online learning.
Such trainable units have two important features. The first is ability to train on a data set that is too large to fit into memory. The second is ability to update with new data that wasn’t available during initial learning.
In other words, a trainable unit can be trained on available data, used for predictions, and get updated as soon as new data arrives, which will improve the quality of further predictions.
Importantly, the trainable unit in this case is not trained from scratch, but updated, modifying its existing state with new training data set.
The plus point is that it takes significantly less time to complete online learning than would be needed for learning from scratch.
AggreGate IoT Platform is the solution primarily suitable for industrial automation, large enterprise and datacenter network monitoring and control. Nevertheless, people from different countries are eager to buy our IoT solution for their house or office digitalization.
This time, the license goes to Sweden to make one more house smarter and more comfortable.
Our customer purchased two TPP2 generation 2 boards with enclosures, one board with a display and the other one without a display. He equipped them with the GA1000 Wi-Fi module and purchased plenty of Tibbits to do experiments and learn how to use them.
One of the TPP2 units was sitting on his desk as a "lab-unit" where he developed and tested different solutions in Tibbo Basic, for instance, RTD with PT500 and PT1000 sensors, digital outputs controlled by time schedules, agent connection to the free AggreGate SCADA/HMI to name a few.
He did some experiments with Modbus frames from the RS485-port (Tibbit #05) to a Modbus simulator on his PC with good results. This was hopefully something he could use later on to get data from electricity meters, and eventually other Modbus compatible devices.
The second TPP2 unit was installed in customer’s garage where he connected two PT500 temperature sensors, one measuring the temperature in the garage and the other one measuring the outdoor temperature. It was possible to use it to control the temperature in the garage later on with a set point switching the electric heaters on and off.
The unit also downloaded correct time from internet time-servers via NTP and sunrise/sunset time for the customer’s location in northern Sweden from a website which provided the service. He used the sunrise/sunset time combined with a time schedule to control a digital output which turned the outdoor illumination on and off instead of using an outdoor light sensor.
Our customer also used another digital output with time schedule to control an electrical outlet for his car engine heater, so then he could switch it on and off from AggreGate without leaving the house.
The unit was also equipped with the barometric pressure sensor (Tibbit #35). The customer used the historic logging feature in AggreGate to store both temperature and barometric pressure data displayed on a dashboard.
He also started to develop a PI-controller which he intended to use in the other TPP2 unit to control the heating system of his house, with outdoor compensated flow temperature for the radiators, time schedules for energy-saving during the night and when the house was empty, automatic pump switch-off when heating was not needed. Right now it's controlled by a simple Danfoss regulator.