Makers, developers and hobbyists that are building Internet of Things projects might be interested in a new robust Internet of Things sensor system called the DASBox that has been created by Pat Chartrand.
Watch the video below to learn more about the features include in the DASBox system to make it easy to implement a range of 15 sensor types.
The systems developer Chartrand explains a little more :
“The DASBox project is an initiative to help manufacturers and fabricators gather precious data from their product, machine and equipment. The manufacturing sector needs to benefit from the IoT tendency that is hitting us now. By enabling manufacturers to integrate a DASBox into their machine we are promoting a higher level of knowledge to be gained from delivered manufactured products.
The manufactured goods can now talk back to us. Giving us precious feedback on its usage, behavior and service performances. Whether manufacturers wish to track machine usage and performances, or are looking to prevent costly down time, the DASBox allows you to measure and log on our cloud: Any kind of pressure, temperature, movement, humidity level, rpm, etc…
We currently have a gamut of 15 sensor types. We have a few working prototypes, and we are working hard at completing our Cloud based application. The working prototype is already sending information to our Cloud servers. We still have to work on the graphic interface so that the user can configure his personalized views. We should be done and ready by August for a first release.”
For more information on the new DASBox Internet of Things box jump over to the Kickstarter website for details and to make a pledge from $200 via the link below.