OmniSphere is a beautifully simple yet powerful and reliable middleware platform that takes the data from our range of Sense IoT devices and delivers it seamlessly to your existing corporate applications.
This modular middleware works diligently in the background collecting the data you need to enable you to monitor the real-time location, interactions and status of people and things in the physical world. As a result, even the most complex processes become visible and controllable.
OmniSphere has a range of dashboards displaying sensor data from motion alarm, temperature, range measurement and push button alerts.
Sense Locate Position devices status dashboard provides simple view displaying device battery voltage, GNSS Fix, Motion alarm and temperature Alarm data.
Current and previous positions of devices can be reviewed on a configurable using GNSS coordinates.
Sense Locate Position, breadcrumb map showing current and historic location of the device.
OmniSphere’s rule engine includes basic features such as generating alerts based on sensor data such as alerting via email when a device enters or leaves a Geofence or notification that a device is reporting that the measured temperature is out of a pre-configured threshold.
OmniSphere allows for simple and quick evaluation of Omni-ID Sense products, simplifying technology evaluations and enabling ‘proof of concept’.
OmniSphere provides the perfect middle ‘service’ layer between Omni-ID SenseIoT devices and your corporate applications.View Diagram
This flexible tool has been designed with the user in mind to ensure each of use and simple self configuration without high level technical expertise. The platform can be used to provision new devices, configure events types, status and key performance indicators (KPIs), change menus, upload maps and layouts and create geofences. It is also easy to use Omni-Sphere to manage different organizations, sites and teams via access control to profiles, organizations and users
OmniSphere provides operational process management, including:
OmniSphere is based on an open API for easy integration with other systems and applications:
RFID complements traditional barcode technologies, performing asset management roles in places and under conditions that barcodes can’t. Omni-ID’s trusted tag technology has been a critical link in asset management solutions and automated workflows for everything from beer kegs to horticultural containers transporting plants across 40 countries and hygiene regimes in hospitals.
A Bluetooth-based intelligent locating system from Finnish innovator Quuppa, which has partnered up with tag technology experts at Omni-ID to develop IoT innovation for markets from security, healthcare, manufacturing and defense or law enforcement to hospitality — even sport.
Bluetooth is a personal area networking (PAN) specification for communications over short distances, between points up to 20 meters away.
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE or Bluetooth LE) has changed all of that. BLE makes it possible to communicate, quickly and accurately, over a range of around 200 meters.
IoT devices using RFID chips with LoRaWAN technology have been used to find reindeer in Finland and pinpoint black rhino poaching in Tanzania. Technology with this longer-range communications protocol has helped monitor wildlife in the tropical Manu rainforest of deepest Peru.
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite-based navigation system that works in any weather conditions, anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day, with no subscription fees or setup charges.
OmniSphere is a key element in the Sense Technology Evaluation Kits. These kits are available in a BLE version and a LoRaWAN version and come with two-months’ access to OmniSphere Lite*and pre-configured for the devices supplied with the demo kit. All that is required is to plug in the gateway to a network switch to provide an internet connection. The gateway will then automatically push the device data it receives to OmniSphere where data is interpreted, stored and displayed on a user-friendly graphical user interface. Speak your Omni-ID sales representative to discuss the benefits of OmniSphere and to order one of the evaluation kits.
*OmniSphere Lite is the Demo version of OmniSphere that allows for testing and POC’s.
Maintenance centers and manufacturing facilities often face the problems of workers finding misplaced tools or production machinery. This not only slows down productivity, but could also lead to serious consequences. For example, in the aerospace industry, tool compliance is key: misplacing a small screwdriver could prevent the aircraft from taking off.
OmniSphere can provide instant inventory, precise location of pallets, containers, boxes or items.
Logistic managers ask to locate stocks in real time and keep consistency with their enterprise resource planning (ERP) or warehouse management systems (WMS) data. Stock management, event reporting. Auto parts deposit storage. Dismantling yard. OmniSphere improves common challenges in the supply chain such as: Wasted time searching for assets (cars, pallets, containers) Incorrect container pickup Late container docking Detecting unloading overruns Incorrect docking location Assembly and line-stoppage delays
In the middle of the chaos and confusion of a busy factory floor, you need to keep track of your production and supply chain assets. It allows you to keep up the pace while not losing high value assets and inventory.
The Manufacturing Vision Study 2017 reports that 62% of manufacturers worldwide still use spreadsheet-based methods to track their assets. This figure is expected to drop to 20% due to the further development of smart asset tracking solutions. By providing valuable information about asset status, location and flow, employees are relieved of the burden of tracking, and the errors that inevitably accompany manual methods of data input are eliminated.