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CMT Cloud

CMT Cloud is part of the Loadsensing connectivity portfolio.

Connectivity Management

CMT

Cloud

  • Cloud-based.
  • 24/7 access to all device, data and network information.
  • Single, user-friendly interface.
  • Easily configure, monitor and trace multiple data loggers and gateways at the same time, across different projects.
  • Secured data.
  • May be easily integrated with proprietary or 3rd party software using various protocols.

HOW IT WORKS

Configuration

CMT Cloud gathers the data from multiple gateways and stores it in the cloud. The data may be accessible 24/7 and may be integrated with various 3rd party software.

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DATA COLLECTION

Collect sensor data through wireless loggers and at your preferred sampling rates.

COMMUNICATION

In a multi-gateway network setup, decrease the risk of data loss through a redundant network.

DATA ACCESS & DATA MONITORING

Manage all deployed devices, data and networks through CMT Cloud by Loadsensing.

DATA ANALYTICS

Analyze all data through our 3rd-party software partners or your proprietary tool.

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FAQ’s

01

Can I use CMT Cloud to register and monitor 3rd party devices other than Loadsensing edge devices and gateways?

Not yet, but this is already included in the roadmap.

02

Can I deploy CMT Cloud by Loadsensing for existing projects?

Yes, CMT Cloud may be used for existing deployments provided that the gateways and edge devices are updated.

03

Are all the Loadsensing gateways compatible with CMT Cloud?

The 4G rugged gateway - cloud is compatible with CMT Cloud. Older models will only require a firmware update.

04

Does network redundancy mean that there needs to be an overlap in the areas covered by individual gateways?

Yes.

05

How is gateway identification processed? Before, you had to log into individual gateways with their unique network IDs and passwords.

You now only need one single set of credentials for logging in the network to access all individual gateways. No need to keep track of individual gateway login credentials.

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