Salt Lake City, Utah – August 30, 2017 – Monnit Corporation (www.monnit.com) today, announced the availability of Monnit Mine version 2.1, an update to the popular open software platform for connecting Monnit wireless sensors and gateways with 3rd party software systems. The update provides support for Monnit’s latest wireless sensors platform, ALTA which features 1,000+ feet, non-line-of-site wireless range, 10+ year battery life with two AA batteries, and Monnit’s new Encrypt-RF™ bank level security, featuring 256-bit exchange and AES-128 CTR for all data messages. The update also provides support for .Net and Java frameworks.
Monnit Mine Features:
- API in multiple languages for easy integration (.Net/Java)
- Can be setup and receiving data in just a few minutes
- Built in security with end to end encryption of data
- Support Monnit Standard and ALTA Ethernet, Cellular and USB Gateways
- Supports Monnit Standard and ALTA Wireless Sensors and Wireless Control
- Can implement broad range of sensors into existing monitoring solution instead of having to implement one sensor at a time
- Brings true low cost hardware to existing monitoring infrastructure
- Worldwide hardware offering with single software implementation
Monnit Mine is designed to work with Monnit’s standard and ALTA wireless products which include more than 50 different wireless sensor types, wireless control and robust, reliable wireless gateways that are available in commercial and industrial platforms.
Monnit also provides products to OEM’s and Reseller’s through the IoTvantage™ business partner program which allows for volume discounts and private branding of both the wireless hardware and online monitoring software. Learn more at www.monnit.com/partner.
About Monnit Corp.
Monnit leads the Internet of Things by empowering businesses with easy-to-use, low-cost remote monitoring solutions. Monnit solutions can be used to: remotely monitor a variety of “Things” (i.e. temperature, motion, humidity, vibration, etc.); alerting you via text, email, and/or phone call when something goes wrong. More at www.monnit.com.