Overview Backend Treon Sensor System consists of sensors, gateways and backend services. Sensors make the measurements and send the collected data to the gateway. Treon Gateway moves data between sensors and backend systems.
Welcome to the Treon Knowledgebase! In this section you find articles that will help you setting up, configuring and maintaining your Treon Devices.
In you are having a specific question about your Treon devices, start from the Troubleshooting section.
Predictive monitoring is the key to predictive maintenance. Condition monitoring helps to indicate developing faults in the machinery by identifying significant enough changes. The process critical machines - turbines, or boilers, for example, cover usually around 5% of the machines.
Treon Aito is the embedded software platform that powers Treon Gateway. It enables smart data collection from a wide range of sensors, on-device processing, and transmitting to any cloud backend. It supports both Bluetooth LE beacons and Wirepas Mesh sensors.
The Treon Asset Node is a modern take on asset monitoring. Designed to stand extreme conditions, Treon Asset Node enables monitoring and locating assets in harsh conditions. It measures asset temperature and captures even the highest shocks, making it a highly viable sensor for asset and logistic tracking.
This article gives an overview of all Treon Knowledgebase content related to the setup and maintenance of a Treon Gateway.
Installation & Setup For the basic installation and basic setup of the Treon Gateway, please see the QuickStart Guide.
After you have successfully connected to the gateway using an SSH connection, you can configure the available parameters and settings.
Differences between gwadmin and gwuser The access rights of gwadmin and gwuser are different.
Quick Start Guides To learn about the hardware, the installation and basic setup of the Treon Gateway, please read our Quick Start Guide.
Overview The Treon Gateway connects a mesh of sensor nodes to a cloud backend.