As a middleware cloud platform for IoT devices, UnaConnect collects data from your fleet of devices, aggregates the raw data into translated and enriched variables with values in the desired format that are then pushed to your end platform or infrastructure. With its high scalability, UnaConnect can handle a virtually unlimited number of devices.
To provide the most flexibility, a wide range of IoT device types using different communication networks such as Sigfox, LTE-M, NB-IoT etc. can be integrated onto UnaConnect by our team of experts upon request. This allows you to select and deploy the most suitable solutions for your operation and requirements.
UnaConnect supports both device type that are commercially available and custom-made by UnaBiz for its partners. Each device is defined as a device type and includes a set of rules, values and translation methods that UnaConnect performs every time a message is received or when an administrator changes the configuration of a device.
You can view the latest list of supported device types in the dropdown menu displayed during the process of Creating a Device. Please contact the UnaBiz Salesperson if you want to integrate a new type of device and provide the necessary datasheet or payload documentation.

To view the list of devices in a group:
  1. Click on the Current Group dropdown menu on the left navigation bar to see a list of all device groups that can be accessed, then select from the list to switch to the Group Dashboard page of the device group.
  2. On the left navigation bar, click on the Devices tab, and the Devices page is displayed.
  3. On this page, the device name, device ID, network, device type, battery and last activity of the device are displayed for each of the device in the group.

Message containing the data parsed from the payload received from the device (e.g. the temperature) with a timestamp

Message containing description of the event that happened (e.g. downlink acknowledgment, Sigfox network error) with a timestamp

Message containing the coordinates (latitude, longitude and the radius of precision of a device) with a timestamp

Message containing the quality of the signal of a device on the Sigfox network with a timestamp. It provides the number of base stations that have received the message, the RSSI (signal strength) of each message and the radio configuration zone.