August 11, 2023
We are thrilled to announce the launch of an innovative data streaming feature that brings the power of IoT telemetry data right to your doorstep. At Awair, we've been hard at work to provide you with a seamless and efficient way to access and utilize your environmental data.
Our cutting-edge devices have the remarkable capability to measure a range of environmental parameters, including Temperature, Humidity, CO2, PM2.5, TVOC, Light, and Noise. If you're already familiar with the Awair dashboard, you know the insights and alerts it offers. However, we're taking things further by empowering you to dive into intense data analysis and support complex use cases involving intricate data aggregation and interpolation. With effortless ease, we can deliver this data directly to your clouds or data centers.
It's worth noting that Awair has already successfully delivered subsecond telemetry data to some of our esteemed enterprise clients. What's more, we're fully equipped to provide you with the latest real-time data as well as aggregated data at various intervals—whether it's every minute, every five minutes, every fifteen minutes, or every hour—tailored precisely to your requirements.
We understand that promising to deliver data to your doorstep necessitates an unwavering commitment to reliability. To honor this commitment, we've engineered our system with robust resiliency. If network connectivity experiences any interruption, rest assured that we have a failsafe in place. Whether it's a hiccup between the device and the Awair Cloud or during the transfer from the Awair Cloud to your own Cloud, our system will seamlessly resend any potentially missed data at a later, more opportune time. Additionally, our vigilant monitoring system ensures that any failed data transfers are promptly identified, enabling us to take swift action, including manual initiation of resends for data from specific timeframes.
To give you a clearer picture, we've included an example below showcasing our implementation for our enterprise-level customers.
As always, we deeply appreciate your unwavering support and attention. For further information, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at "email@example.com." We're also keen to hear from you regarding any analytical challenges you may be facing, where our data can make a meaningful difference.
Thank you for choosing Awair.
Awair Product Team
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