Dataportal receives and stores measurement data from friendly (connected) devices
The graphic form known from classic SCADA systems will be available through a browser in the form of animated or static screens
The user can design and create his own visualization for the collected data
DataPortal is a stable and secure environment for small, medium, and large systems
DataPortal is a data visualization system designed as a remote service and operating in a safe cloud computing environment maintained by a stable team of specialists with many years of experience in the field of automation, telecommunications and IT technology.
Design, development, production, sale and service of electronic equipment, including telemetry systems for data collecting and processing in industry and agriculture, vehicle monitoring equipment, and data visualization systems.
of data from telemetry modules on animated synoptic screens
of input data into the information that is presented in a transparent and easily interpreted way
about critical states, e.g. about exceeding the set alarm thresholds
and analysis of collected data and transferring it to other systems
Remote supervision of objects
One module entitles you to set up one account, but many modules can be attached to each account, enabling the creation of even very large telemetry systems with visualization using any device with a web browser.
To start working in DataPortal it is necessary to have the Inventia telemetry module and know its serial number and IMEI*.
A professional and economical alternative to standard SCADA systems
dedicated to telemetry solutions
with over 300 projects
in 10 countries
What we offer?
Contact us and find out what solution is best for you
Frequently asked questions
If you did not find the answer to your questions contact us:
Tel: +48 502 056 503
No, DataPortal works in any web browser, without the need to install additional applications and plugins. You can also use it on tablets and phones.
No, DataPortal has a visual designer in which we only need to know what variables provide which type of data. The rest depends on creativity and the right selection of items from the toolbox.