The Internet of Things (IoT) is about so much more than remote home thermostats, fridges and Alexa. The ability to connect anything, anywhere and share that data has the potential to change the lives of literally everyone on our planet.
Hiber’s mission is to bring easy, affordable access to IoT connectivity to everyone on our beautiful planet. No longer is it the privilege of the developed world but the whole world. Nano satellites make this happen by covering over 90% of Earth’s surface. Rural, remote and industrial connectivity is a reality. Allowing IoT access from the widest oceans, coldest poles, darkest jungles, highest mountains and busiest cities. Even your mom’s backyard.
Imagine being able to monitor remote fishing fleets, knowing the perfect time to sow crops, when an outback water supply was low, or where a 1,000 isolated railcar were. And that’s just today’s solutions. Hiberband means previously unthought of ideas can easily become real. The possibilities are limitless.
The only thing holding any of us back is the size of our IoT dream.
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In a waterwell. On a railcar. In a rice field. Or on a moving truck. Sensors can be anywhere. Monitoring soil temperature, railcar location, water supply or virtually anything else. Then they send the data direct to a nano satellite or via the gateway.
The Hiberband Via gateway collects data from new or existing Lora sensors in an area. Then bundles them all together in one or more messages. When a nano satellite passes over the gateway it sends the messages all at once. Which is much more efficient and power-friendly.
The hiberband direct modem is tiny. That way they can be integrated in any sensor ready to receive data, staying in sleepmode until a nano satellite passes over and literally wakes the modem from its 'hibernation'. Hence our name, Hiber. Once awake, the modem transmits the data 600Km into space.
Nano satellites zoom around Earth every 90 minutes at 22,000 KPH. Covering the whole planet every day. When they pass over a modem, they wake it up and all that glorious data is sucked up into space. Like data camels, the nano satellites then collect and store it all, before forwarding to a local groundstation.
When a nano satellite passes over a groundstation all the data it has collected is transmitted back to Earth. From the groundstation it is forwarded to the chosen Cloud service and Mission Control. Simple. Fast. Efficient.
Mission Control is a modem management platform. It provides a quick overview of every device deployed anywhere on Earth. Including its health status and location. Mission control also manages Cloud services via API, webhooks or bespoke integration. 'Houston, we don't have a problem.'
Every precious bite of data our modems gather can be stored anywhere in the Cloud. AWS to Google Cloud. Or a purpose-built Cloud service. No problem. No worries. No lost sleep.
Connect your IoT device directly to our nano satellites from almost anywhere on Earth. Every time a satellite passes over the modem, it wakes up and sends all your glorious stored data 600Km into space. Easy. Simple. And totally affordable. How awesome is that?
Got more than one LoRa device with data you need to collect? No worries. Hiberband Via allows you to connect all your LoRa devices via the gateway. Once collected, it bundles all the data together to transmit as a single or multiple message. So you get your data from every device in one tidy, tiny package. Neat.
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