What does the Moab Connected Intelligence Platform do?
Securely retrieves data from your uniquely-identified machines, people, and environmental systems because they all have something valuable to say about their health, performance, and current state.
Works with short or long-range wired or wireless networks to securely send encrypted messages.
Incoming data is securely captured, authenticated, stored, and represented as Digital Twins to give you a clear view of both the current and historical state of everything you’ve connected.
Subscribers are notified of new data so they can reason over the information stored in the Digital Twins to derive valuable insights and take actions to solve problems.
What are important characteristics of Moab?
Comprised of public domain and Open Source components supported by large, enthusiastic communities.
Software Multitenancy allows multiple organizations to securely share the same infrastructure to cut hardware costs and reduce energy consumption.
Identity and Access Management is accomplished by uniquely identifying each connected endpoint and requiring a valid security token to facilitate authentication and authorization to keep out unwanted visitors.
A multi-language Software Development Kit (SDK) connects hardware devices and collects data from associated sensors to send messages to Moab Core.
Encrypting data in transit across networks and data at rest on compute nodes delivers additional Security so hackers can’t see or make sense of your data.
Transporting data via the hyper-efficient and universally-adopted HTTP/2 protocol combined with a platform that operates completely asynchronously ensures high Performance.
Cross Platform support facilitates portability across Linux, macOS, Windows operating systems as well as x64, x86, and ARM architectures to give you flexibility and choice.
Emphasizes decentralized, distributed, Edge Computing over centralized cloud computing to keep you closer to where the people, things, and data actually are.
Embraces the reality of mass heterogeneity by using open, pervasively adopted standards to ensure Interoperability and vendor neutrality because collaboration is essential.