AKCP membantu masalah SMART CITY di Indonesia

Salah satu tantangan implementasi Smart City di Indonesia adalah menemukan solusi yang tepat. Baik hardware ataupun software. Tapi beberapa perusahaan dan instansi telah memilih AKCP untuk menjawab tantangan mereka untuk menggunakan sistem terintegrasi yang dengan mudah mendapatkan informasi mengenai suhu / humidity dan beragam jenis sensor lain yang diperlukan.
Smart City di Indonesia banyak berfokus kepada pemecahan masalah, khususnya terkait dengan kemacetan, kepadatan pasar di pinggir jalan, banjir, kualitas jalan, pencegahan kejahatan, monitoring keamanan, pemenuhan target kualitas, sampah, pendidikan dan kesehatan.
AKCP umumnya dijumpai di lingkungan ruang server / data center yang digunakan untuk mendukung semua permasalahan di atas. AKCP mudah digunakan dan dapat digunakan secara terintegrasi, sehingga membantu memastikan kualitas performansi perangkat IT dapat tercapai optimal.

Environmental monitoring specialist AKCP has released SensorProbe2+ (SP2+), an overhaul of its best-selling temperature, humidity and power monitoring platform.
SP2+ is a small, Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) -enabled device that fits inside a server cabinet and looks after its health.
The upgrade has been in the making for the past three years and adds support for a number of new sensors, as well as features like encryption, SNMPv3, VPN and optional cellular connectivity.
SensorProbe2+ top view
SensorProbe2+ top view
Source: AKCP

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AKCP is headquartered in Hong Kong and maintains research, development and manufacturing plants in Thailand, India, and Honduras. The company has been making sensors and probes since 1981, and has more than 35,000 customers worldwide.
The SP2+ is a complete redesign of the popular sensor platform, involving all-new hardware and software.
The device has four Ethernet ports that can each support either a single Intelligent Sensor or up to five Dry Contact sensors. These sensors can be configured to prevent server exposure to humidity, water leaks, loss of ventilation and extreme temperatures.
The device can connect to AKCP’s recently introduced Thermal Map Sensor, which comprises four individual temperature sensors placed along the length of the cabinet. Specially designed to monitor the air entering and leaving a computer rack, it allows data center staff to detect hot spots in their facility in real-time. Up to four cabinets can be monitored this way from a single SP2+.
SensorProbe2+ rear view
SensorProbe2+ rear view
Source: AKCP
The device also supports optional sensors that can monitor voltage drops and physical access. And as an added extra, it can enable remote power cycling via software and hardware relays.
Every unit is accompanied by a free version of AKCess Pro server software.



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