Ta-da! Meet HiberEasypulse. An asset-tracking innovation that makes it possible to monitor machines anywhere in the world. For an affordable monthly subscription price that starts at just $0.40 per day.
HiberEasypulse is a full solution. It comes with an edge device that you can attach to the asset you want to monitor, connectivity to satellites, and a dashboard that lets you get insights into the assets. You can use it to monitor a lot of things, including location, acceleration, and vehicle status. And you’ll get regular updates on all of those parameters.
And that’s all included in the monthly subscription, along with maintenance costs.
HiberEasypulse is the latest in our catalogue of end-to-end IoT solutions. And it’s a fascinating innovation, because it’s built on three pillars:
Easy to buy:
You can buy HiberEasypulse directly through a webshop. There’s no long sales process involved. Just point, click, fill in your credit card information, and you’ll get a package in the mail within a few weeks.
Easy to install:
HiberEasypulse is simple by design. Including the installation, which can be done by your own team. No expensive consultants required. Just slap the edge station device onto your asset (using magnets or mounts), connect it to the network, and you’re done. Sit back and relax, and watch the data roll in.
Easy to use:
HiberEasypulse comes with an online dashboard that you can use to track and monitor your assets. Or you can integrate the data directly into an existing monitoring system. It’s built to make your life easier from the moment you turn it on, not after months of installation and configuration.
In short, Easypulse is just that. An easy way to keep a pulse on your assets. Designed with you in mind. And built to last for years.
Think HiberEasypulse might work for your business? Click the button below to learn more about the solution. And pre-order yours, today.
Hiber is a Dutch-based company with headquarters in Amsterdam and research facility in Delft. It also operates out of Maryland. In late October 2018 it successfully launched its first two nano satellites from California and India. It was also voted the Amazon Web Services Commercial Start-Up Launch of the Year, 2018. (Previous winners include Pinterest and AirBnB.) Current applications include monitoring crops in Africa, groundwater in Australia, fishing vessels across the Pacific, carbon-free vehicles in Antarctica, rail cars in America, cattle in South America, beehives in Europe, and even Dutch flowers.