Internet of Things Devices that Sync without Internet
In this video, we demonstrate how embedding Ditto into your tech can power IoT technology to sync even without internet. When IoT is embedded with Ditto, sensor data can be collected while offline, ensuring factory management can run smoothly.
- Embed Ditto into your Internet of Things Sensors
- Embed Ditto into your worker devices such as phones, tablets, and computers
- Without internet, IoT will seamlessly fall-back to our peer-to-peer network
- Sensors still sync critical issues and data even during an outage
Ensure managers can always have acccess to the data they need to make critical decisions
Directly into your Existing IoT
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Sync Crucial Data Even During an Outage
With Ditto, IoT automatically falls back to local, peer-to-peer networks during an internet outage
IoT ThatAlwaysCollects DataThe Ditto Platform has full functionality, even when offline
Automatic Peer to Peer Fallback
Ditto automatically chooses the best transport to sync data from point to point. In the event a device cannot reach the big peer, small peers can still communicate and exchange data. When connection is restored, Ditto's conflict resolution will ensure all sensor and IoT data is preserved correctly.
FactoriesSave Moneywith Ditto Multi-Hop Sync
Retrofitting a LTE-compatible IoT sensor to every factory machine is expensive, especially when you factor in data charges as well
Prone to Data Loss
Internet reliance can lead to crucial data loss during an outage
Only One Device Needs an Internet Connection
One device can proxy changes from a mesh network to the cloud. If even one small peer is connected to the internet, all data will be synced to the cloud peer.
Reduce Hardware and Data Costs
With Ditto Multi-Hop Sync, machine data can transport (or hop) from machine to machine until it reaches the LTE-compatible one. Then, sensor data can be uploaded all at once.
Factory and Industrial IoT enable manufacturers to detect critical data that might lead to issues and more efficiently allocate resources, but what happens during an outage?
During an outage, IoT devices, factory computers, and worker smartphones will automatically fall back to our local peer-to-peer network to ensure data is preserved and synced.
Connections to IoT are made over offline local networks as well as online networks. In any given situation, Ditto automatically chooses the most efficient mode of transport.