Technologies Used

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Machine Learning

Machine Learning can be understood as a subcategory of AI –  Artificial Intelligence.

It is a tool capable of analyzing a large amount of data using specific statistical methods, and uses a variety of algorithms to find patterns in the database.

Based on these standards, determinations or predictions can be made. Its main feature, however, is not having the routines implemented in the algorithm initially developed, but the ability to learn from data analysis and perform tasks with greater precision. A good example is the spam filter for emails:

Without the need for configuration, it improves automatically and, over time, it becomes more and more efficient to block unwanted messages in your inbox.


Cloud Computing, is the availability on demand of computer system resources, especially data storage and computing capacity, without the active direct management of the user. One of its advantages is the better use of hardware investments. As the heaviest part of the processing is in the “cloud”, the user only needs a browser and a good internet connection to use the service. Another advantage is elasticity. If more or less space is needed for storage, simply request an upgrade, without needing to change the equipment.

Mobile App

The mobile application, also known as APP, is a program developed to be installed on a mobile electronic device, such as a PDA, mobile phone, smartphone, etc.


Geo Fence

Create a virtual geographic boundary around (an area) by means of GPS or BLE technology, enabling software to trigger a response when a mobile device enters or leaves the area

  • Geofencing it is a service that triggers an action when a device enters a defined location. In outdoor environments these limits can be defined using the GPS itself
  • Beacon When indoors, these devices based on Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology are constantly sending information that behaves similarly to GPS

RFID ou Radio Frequency Identification
A technology that uses electronic tags placed on objects, people, or animals to relay identifying information to an electronic reader by means of radio waves
Like bar codes, RFID is part of the group of automatic identification and data capture technologies. Its appearance dates back several decades, but the massive growth of its use has been noticed, especially through the reduction of the cost of its components.



GPRS/3G/4G/LTE – Are technologies available on the GSM network, which enable the transmission of information collected by remote devices to servers, through cellular networks.

COMMUNICATION SATELLITES –  The satellite, from a transmission point of view, is a simple repeater station for signals received from Earth that are detected, shifted in frequency, amplified and retransmitted back to Earth.

LPWAN NETWORKS  – Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networks have emerged to connect millions of points with lower added value, with better coverage networks, lower connection costs and lower battery consumption, thus expanding the range of IoT solutions. The LoraWAN protocol used for Lora devices has been gaining an important share in this type of application.