SiteWatch 360 is a wireless IOT-enabled monitoring and measurement platform for capturing and analyzing engineering data in commercial buildings and manufacturing facilities. It uses the latest self-powered sensors for both capturing data and transmitting it via a LoRa network to our analytical software platform.

We designed and built a comprehensive software platform to handle almost any kind of engineering data, which is then analyzed and converted into detailed graphs, charts, reports, and alerts.

Our goal was to create an inexpensive, easy to use, fully wireless monitoring and measurement system, which is modular by design to serve the needs of small, medium, and large customers.

SiteWatch 360 can be installed easily within a couple of days with data flowing immediately. The data is stored in a single database rather than multiple data-silos, providing clear, accurate insight into the actual operating patterns of any type of machinery, without the use of guesswork or estimates.

  • You can view the performance of a single machine, a group of machines, a specific production line, a whole production floor, or multiple sites across the world — all on a single dashboard.
  • In addition to graphs and charts, you get a wide array of management reports with a single click, as well as Alerts when machine-performance is beginning to deteriorate.

Our expanded software platform — SiteWatch 360 — will not only monitor electrical consumption and machine operating patterns, it will also monitor many other parameters such as…

  • Natural-gas-flow
  • Water-flow
  • Airflow
  • Temperature
  • Humidity
  • CO/CO2
  • Liquid levels
  • Vibration
  • Pressure
  • Open/closed
  • Motion
  • Proximity
  • Pulses
  • Run-time
  • Visible light
  • Custom Reporting is also available on all these parameters, as well as any specific KPIs you need, such as production-output per unit of energy or per running-hour, or both.
  • Compound Alerts for machine deterioration (potentially leading to failure) can now be set. If several conditions are met — e.g. high power-draw, low cooling-water volume and high cooling-water temperature — for a pre-set period of time — an alert will be sent.