REMO-TECH is our patented technology, born out of strenuous research and development.

 

With REMO-TECH we created the systems that evaluate, monitor, and manage all aspects of site performance.

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REMO-TECH is our patented technology, born out of strenuous research and development.

 

With REMO-TECH we created the systems that evaluate, monitor, and manage all aspects of site performance.

Data Processing
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REMO-TECH is our patented technology, born out of strenuous research and development.

 

With REMO-TECH we created the systems that evaluate, monitor, and manage all aspects of site performance.

 

From COVID-19 Health screening, thermal monitoring, fire panels, smoke detection, parking, emergency lighting and more...

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REMO-TECH is our patented technology, born out of strenuous research and development.

 

With REMO-TECH we created the systems that evaluate, monitor, and manage all aspects of site performance.

 

From COVID-19 Health screening, thermal monitoring, fire panels, smoke detection, parking, emergency lighting and more...

Dependent on your specific site requirements, our Remote Monitoring services allow for an abundance of data capturing.

 

Whichever service you require, whether working from batteries up to 10 years or main power, our REMO-TECH™ systems like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Hardwired, periodically capture the required information with pinpoint accuracy, streaming this data instantly to the Vigilate™ Dashboard.

REMO-TECH™ is our patented technology, born out of strenuous research and development.
 
With
REMO-TECH™ we created the systems that evaluate, monitor, and manage all aspects of site performance.
 
From COVID-19 health screening, thermal monitoring, to fire panels, smoke detection, parking, emergency lighting and more...

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The great thing about Promptus Ltd’s REMO-TECH™ technology is that it is constantly adapting and transforming to work with all aspects of the modern day workplace.
 
It is truly unique in terms of enabling Promptus to become any business' exclusive performance control, monitoring, and management platform, all rolled into one. 

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Our RemoTech Devices

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Hybrid Technology

GSM Monitoring 

Benefits:

Full mesh system available with gateways to cover a whole premises

When time is essential, cellular networks are ubiquitous and reliable

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Perfect for use in depots / control rooms / power plants

Long reach available 

 Zero routers required - saves money to buy and install

Can reach faster speeds than traditional methods, and connect to multiple devices at once

A more secure pathway than most systems

About Hybrid Technology

Our new REMO-TECH™ hybrid technology combines best technologies together to be installed where reliability is critical to a business, not affected by external factors such as power loss or weather.

 

Hybrid technology combines GSM, Wi-fi and internal memory, capable of storing data up to 1 year ensuring nothing is lost, then this information is sent when connectivity is restored.

GSM Monitoring

About GSM Monitoring

GSM (Global System for Mobile communication) allows modules to widen their scope and enhance the application areas to a greater extent. Although GSM was initially designed for speech, it can be used to serve other purposes than talking.

 

This idea is reinforced by the fact that the GSM infrastructure has been deployed and utilised in many different commodities.

Benefits:

Less site maintenance visits, as these devices can work consistently on batteries for 5+ years or so

When time is essential, cellular networks are ubiquitous and reliable

 Zero routers required - saves money to buy and install

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Low power on batteries 5+ years

WI-FI

Benefits:

Can eliminate any costs for buying routers and uses existing gateways, extremely cost-effective

Perfect for use in depots / control rooms / power plants

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A more secure pathway than most systems

Can reach faster speeds and connect to multiple devices at once

Full mesh system available with gateways to cover a whole premises

Long reach available

About WI-FI

Wi-Fi devices can work with 2 way (sending and receiving data simultaneously) or 1 way communication.
 
Devices can be connected to the main power supply or work on batteries for 5+ years. To save components and power there is an option to  pre-configure intervals at which data is sent to meet any clients needs.
 
It is possible to measure internal temperature and battery capacity, this helps to ensure reliable performance without overloading or degrading components and saving any potential visits to remote sites.

Radio-Frequency

About Radio-Frequency

RF (Radio Frequency) Connectivity has the advantage of low cost, ease of installation and maintenance.

 

Radio Frequency is cheaper to install than Bluetooth and is able to reach longer distances, so can be more beneficial.

Benefits:

Full mesh system available with gateways to cover a whole premises

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Can reach fittings anywhere in the premises

Perfect for use in depot's / control rooms / power plants

Similar to WiFi as allows exceptionally long ranges

Bluetooth

Benefits:

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Greater energy efficiency as much less power consumed from Bluetooth devices

Can interconnect numerous devices in one place (mostly utilised in office spaces)

When low power is critical, Bluetooth Low Energy can use deep sleep modes between transactions

Works efficiently when communicating between devices at close range (ideally < 20m), and in low latency scenarios (~3ms)

About Bluetooth

Bluetooth is a popular mechanism for short distances, point to point or point to multipoint communication.

 

The features include low cost, low power and small size. Also the robustness for the interference has made Bluetooth a highly versatile and attractive technology among other short range wireless technologies.

 

Operating over unlicensed, globally available frequency of 2.4GHz, it can link digital devices within a range of 10m to 100m at a speed of up to 3Mbps depending on the Bluetooth device class.

Hardwired

About Hardwired

Hardwired monitoring systems can be more expensive and time-consuming to implement than wireless sensors, but they have many advantages as well. Because hardwired sensors are physically connected by wires to the base unit, they are faster and more reliable than wireless sensors.

Wireless data transmissions are affected by distance, which means that wireless sensors will not perform as well if they are too far from the base unit. Thick walls, metal enclosures and other structures may also interfere with the wireless signal.

 

Hardwired technology is not impacted by electronic interference or distance unlike Wi-Fi technology, which helps to improve the speed and consistency of the data stream.

The cost of installing wired sensors depends on the size of the monitored area, how many sensors you need to install and how easy it is to access the internal network and cabling.

Benefits:

Full mesh system available, easy to send data and reach gateway

Can interconnect numerous devices in one place using external controllers, usually up to 64 devices - Mostly used in office spaces

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When indoor deployments provide easy access to reliable wired Ethernet

When the solution requires high bandwidth or low latency (e.g. streaming video)

Minimal routers required - therefore saving on install costs

The Paradox of Choice

With so many options, sometimes you can be paralyzed by too many choices with no clear path forward. Below, we look at the specific deployment-related considerations and see how each connectivity option satisfies common requirements:

Communication Range: How close to a provider’s gateway does the device have to be? Which is more beneficial, indoor or outdoor? Are there line of sight considerations I need to be aware of?

Power Efficiency: Is my hardware connected to a consistent and reliable power source? Or is it off-grid and connected to solar or battery? How long will the device last on battery power?

Continuous Availability: Is it ok if my device shuts down completely in the event of a local power failure, or should it continue to record (and even send) data while on a backup power source?  How does my system recover from network instability?

Data Throughput and Latency: How much data am I pushing/pulling, and how frequent? Does my solution require low latency between the device, the cloud, and beyond?

End User Experience: How is my solution deployed in the field? Is it a consumer-installable product that requires setup by a non-technical user? Is it ok if the wireless setup requires an installer or someone familiar with network configuration, or does the device need to “just work” when powered on?

The table below gives an overview of the network options we cover. 

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