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Spydar Africa
Internet of Things
Solutions

We have a clear goal. We want to simplify the everyday life of our customers by offering new IoT solutions beyond smartphones and wearables. The world is getting increasingly connected, bringing a wide range of new opportunities to do things in a better, smarter way.

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Internet Of Things

As experts in connectivity, and with a deep knowledge of technology and user experience, we don’t see the Internet of Things as something that will come in the future. We are already doing IoT for real, with a focus on developing businesses, We do this with an open mindset and a collaborative approach.

Our Expertise

Asset Tracking

Spydar helps Companies moving large quantities of goods adopt IoT by putting sensors on products or containers to keep track of goods on the move. In addition to making sure product loss is minimal, by using smart devices companies can also take accurate measurements of how well goods are selling or where they are being moved in real time. Retail, manufacturing, and agriculture are just three examples of industries that can leverage Spydar IoT asset tracking to their benefit.

IoT Sensors

The Internet of Things relies heavily on sensors to give everyday objects smart, connected functionality. Many IoT devices contain several sensors to gather different types of information. The average smartphone contains around 14 sensors that detect everything from the external temperature to the speed at which the device is moving. The data from these sensors are sometimes collected, analyzed and acted upon by a microcontroller, giving context and meaning to the data. This activity is called sensor fusion.

Connected Space

Spydar uses the Internet of Things technology in transforming places into a more efficient and productive physical spaces. We've build networked wireless sensors that allow companies to monitor buildings, parking, storage and meeting rooms to make better use of space and to manage energy consumption. For example, systems can sense and report a just-vacated conference room, freeing the space for others to use. In the home, intelligent systems detect exterior light and adjust internal lighting for maximum efficiency and energy conservation. From the biggest cities to the smallest rooms, connected spaces are making the world a smarter place.

Smart Logistics

The Internet of Things provides intelligence that enables the most advanced logistical tracking systems. Spydar Smart logistics practices are now helping companies make better use of their employees’ time and carry out cost-saving strategies made possible from information collected through IoT. Businesses can also move more nimbly in the market and pivot faster in the face of ever-changing supply chains.

Case Studies

We've helped organizations accross Africa build advanced IoT solutions

Asset Tracking

Spydar helps Companies moving large quantities of goods adopt IoT by putting sensors on products or containers to keep track of goods on the move. In addition to making sure product loss is minimal, by using smart devices companies can also take accurate measurements of how well goods are selling or where they are being moved in real time. Retail, manufacturing, and agriculture are just three examples of industries that can leverage Spydar IoT asset tracking to their benefit.

IoT Sensors

The Internet of Things relies heavily on sensors to give everyday objects smart, connected functionality. Many IoT devices contain several sensors to gather different types of information. The average smartphone contains around 14 sensors that detect everything from the external temperature to the speed at which the device is moving. The data from these sensors are sometimes collected, analyzed and acted upon by a microcontroller, giving context and meaning to the data. This activity is called sensor fusion.

Connected Space

Spydar uses the Internet of Things technology in transforming places into a more efficient and productive physical spaces. We've build networked wireless sensors that allow companies to monitor buildings, parking, storage and meeting rooms to make better use of space and to manage energy consumption. For example, systems can sense and report a just-vacated conference room, freeing the space for others to use. In the home, intelligent systems detect exterior light and adjust internal lighting for maximum efficiency and energy conservation. From the biggest cities to the smallest rooms, connected spaces are making the world a smarter place.

Smart Logistics

The Internet of Things provides intelligence that enables the most advanced logistical tracking systems. Spydar Smart logistics practices are now helping companies make better use of their employees’ time and carry out cost-saving strategies made possible from information collected through IoT. Businesses can also move more nimbly in the market and pivot faster in the face of ever-changing supply chains.

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