The technology of ANYSENSE®

ANYSENSE can easily connect a wide variety of devices/sensors and data centers which have different protocols and interfaces, accumulate and utilize a large volume of data in Cloud

The technology of ANYSENSE (three strengths)

Simple Connection
・Enable to connect with a non-program when the lower “device” is PLC or Modbus.
・Providing real-time data API, accumulating data API to cooperate with higher “application” and connecting easily by calls from the higher device.
High performance
・Adopts MQTT protocol which is possible of high-speed communication
・Improves data communication speed and fault tolerance by In-memory type KVS(KeyValueStore)
Enable to modularize
・Enable to select the software module (function) in accordance with requirements and demands
・Hardware is also selectable according to requirements. Possible to install built-in infrastructure as a minimum configuration.

Simple Connection(Connect with higher system)

API is available for each type of data to connect with higher system and utilize the function easily with calls from the higher system.

Simple Connection(Connect with lower device)

When the connection is PLC or Modbus-compatible devices, it is possible to connect with the lower device using a non-program by operating various settings from the server. Easy exchange or new extension of equipment.

High performance-MQTT

ANYSENSE adopts a fast communication protocol called MQTT which is faster than conventional polling and allows to process for a larger number of clients in real-time.

High performance-KVS

ANYSENSE adopts KVS(KeyValueStore) which is a simple data structure and suitable to accumulate sensor data or time-series data. Also adopts In-memory type KVS to ensure the fault tolerance by storing distributed data and with higher speeds.

Enable to modularize-Modularization

Software is modularized in ANYSENSE. High scalability such as selecting the function from necessary requirements, modularizing the configuration or adding a new module, etc. Also ANYSENSE accommodates edge computing.