Take Advantage of Salesforce IoT without investing in expensive hardware and software
The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the hottest topics in technology today. It’s been around since the early 1990s, but connecting everything — from smart homes to cars to industrial equipment — is becoming increasingly popular.
Salesforce IoT Service connects Salesforce users to devices in real-time using APIs and SDKs that allow them to integrate device data into CRM. This service gives companies access to actionable insights across their entire ecosystem, from the field to the cloud to mobile apps.
Salesforce IoT Service from TernEdge provides customers with an easy way to add IoT capability to their apps from the cloud without having to write any code. It enables them to send data to or receive data from various devices such as home appliances, wearables, mobile phones, cameras, cars, and smart cities using secure protocols like MQTT (Message Queuing Telemetry Transport) or HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol). You can also use it to create new services by integrating your existing APIs into a custom app that is deployed on the service.
Our Salesforce IoT supports all platforms, including iOS, Android, Windows, macOS, Linux, Amazon AWS, Google GCP, Microsoft Azure, IBM Bluemix, and SAP HANA Cloud Platform.
Salesforce IoT Gateway
The TernEdge’s Salesforce IoT gateway allows users to build applications that integrate with physical objects, such as remote sensors and actuators, connected via Bluetooth Low Energy technology. Users can make the device talk to your application through the REST API or a native programming interface. The gateway acts as a bridge between the sensor/actuator and the backend system. Depending on requirements, they can either stream or store the data in Salesforce.
Salesforce IoT Analytics
Salesforce IoT Analytics from TernEdge lets you analyze large amounts of data sent over the internet. This includes both structured and unstructured data. Structured data refers to data stored in databases, while unstructured data refers to raw input received from devices. This allows users to do deep analytics and discover patterns in your data. It’s suitable for detecting anomalies and trends in your data.
Salesforce IoT Data Visualization
Salesforce IoT Data visualization helps users visualize data using visualizations like line charts, bar graphs, pie charts, scatter plots, etc. They can easily edit these visualizations so that they look great. Visualizations are based on the data attributes provided by the backend systems, such as salesforce records, files, queries, documents, images, videos, etc. You can also import your data to create customized visualizations.
There are two types of visualizations: “Static” and “Interactive.”
1. Static visualizations include line charts, bar graphs, and pie charts. These are useful when users want to get a quick overview of their data. These don’t require any interaction from the user but provide only static views.
2. Interactive visualizations allow users to explore the data interactively. For example, you can zoom in and out, filter data, change colors, and perform mathematical operations to understand the data better.
Salesforce IoT Connectors
Salesforce IoT connectors by TernEdge enable you to connect to external systems in real-time to retrieve data. Connectors are divided into three categories: ‘HTTP’, ‘MQTT’, and ‘REST’. Each connector type has its strengths and weaknesses.
Salesforce IoT Custom Connections
You can customize your data connection settings to access third-party systems using Salesforce IoT Custom Connections. You can connect to and query multiple sources with Salesforce IoT Custom Connector. For instance, you could connect to multiple Twitter accounts to check for updates or create a single integration with several APIs. You can use it in three different ways:1) Create an Integration (API)2) Direct Query3) Bulk Upload Data from your API can be uploaded to the cloud using the bulk upload option. You can then use the data in other integrations created by the custom connections.
Salesforce IoT Service Integrations
A service integration connects one object to another. They work similarly to API connections in Salesforce IoT. The difference is that services are not exposed to the public and can be accessed using private IP addresses. In addition to connecting objects, you can also trigger events from your objects to external systems. Service integration lets you control or monitor your external system directly from Salesforce. You can view the state of your external system, such as whether the server is online or offline, and receive notifications if something goes wrong. You can also create triggers that will automatically notify you of changes.
With Salesforce IoT Service by TernEdge, customers get a fast and easy way to build connected ecosystems that increase business agility and drive operational efficiency.
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