Monitoring Solution in details:


LoRa is the abbreviation for "Long Range" wireless communication which represents the ability to connect devices over very long distances. Currently, the world record is a transmission over 702 km! Environmental conditions play a huge role, however. This distance can only be obtained when the conditions are optimal.

Nevertheless, it illustrates the significant coverage this protocol can manage.

LoRa focusses on low power consumption and use in the evolving world of IoT (Internet of Things), often referred to as "The Things Network".

We focus on this type of network and its easy-to-use protocol for use in the world of industrial environmental monitoring. We thus created yet another acronym, iIoT, “i” for industrial... meaning “industrial Internet of Things”.

The uses of this type of network with components for communicating over a LoRa Wide Area Network give the end-users huge advantages.

Customers can establish full monitoring coverage across an entire site consisting of many buildings yet with only a few gateways.

If you are interested in knowing more about the technology please click the "Read More" button for more. We explain in plain English the advantages and trade-offs that need to be understood prior to utilizing this type of a network and our monitoring solution.

Oceasoft A/S is a company located in Montpellier, France. Djurhuus IT has formed a partnership with this company, thereby enabling us to provide our Danish customers the amazing product line from Oceasoft with full local support.​

In this section discuss in detail the solution and the product line that we and Oceasoft provide.

Oceasoft created an easy to use web-based platform on which the chosen monitoring system from Djurhuus IT is built. It is thus accessible over the internet or over a local area network inside your organization.

Click on the "Read More"-button if you are interested in learning more about the solution and about using us a your partner in solving the monitoring issues that you face! We explain the solution from the vendor perspective, and sub categories give you good understanding of the two solutions: either a private in-house one or a cloud-based one.