Radio Data Networks are officially part of the edie.live / Utility Week Live 2018 IoT Zone that can be visited between the 22nd and 23rd May at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) Birmingham.
RDN’s Founder and Managing Director Brian M Back stated an IoT Zone is long overdue at this and other shows, especially when you consider that Radio Telemetry, M2M and IoT is something we have been involved in for almost 30-years. Further, unbeknown to many visitors these technologies are already key to the delivery of numerous services already relied upon by the utility sectors for many decades.
RDN and its board are considered pioneers of IoT but with a twist, Mission Critical IoT, where their messages are protected by legal sanction thanks to RDN’s exclusive UK Government Ofcom licence/s, and the back-hall that either links directly to their client’s outstations via local Gateways or alternatively the data is brought back over mission critical networks such as Tetra, DMR or Mobitex. In either case the Internet is not use.
Applications already delivered by RDN include Sewer Monitoring of which the company runs the UK’s largest network, Event Duration Monitoring of CSO Overflows for which the company delivers both 5-minute and 2-minute messages for 5-utilites, Industrial Discharge Pollution Monitoring, Filter Bed Monitoring for Sewage Treatment Works, Flood Monitoring, River Level Monitoring, Blocked Drain Detection, Trash Screen Blinding Alarms, Asset Temperature Monitoring, Vibration, Water Network Monitoring, Industrial Facility Management, Pump Control, Waste Management, Highways, Waterways and much more.
RDN propose using this event and the IoT Zone to educate the industry about the weaknesses of standard IoT and the need for Mission Critical IoT. Further, the company will demonstrate the need for a “total” one stop shop and the issues with the chains of responsibility.
RDN offers customers everything from consultancy through to the provision of sensors, data communications, data hosting and even the use of the data for real-time control and mitigation.
Please visit us at stand J46