Developing new and existing products
If you are a product or systems owner and want to enable alarm and event handling for your products or services, then you should consider Skyresponse to become your partner. Skyresponse:system is positioned at the very forefront of the technology and when integrated into your products, it can easily be adapted to meet your unique requirements as system supplier.
Skyresponse:system forwards event details from digital, internet connected devices and systems to respondents in response centers using a decentralized, cloud based IT platform. The entire system is controlled over standardized and well documented APIs that can be used by anyone wanting to take advantage of the unique features of Skyresponse:system. Two main APIs are available: The Skyresponse Client API enabling products and systems to send alarms and other event notifications to Skyresponse:system, and the Skyresponse Administrative API which lets your computerized system define users, response centers and other objects in Skyresponse:system.
Skygd becomes Skyresponse
Skygd has continued to grow and now changes its name to Skyresponse. The company’s services are already a fundamental element in many existing alarm and event handling solutions. The flexible approach based on cloud computing used by Skyresponse gives the company virtually unlimited possibilities to expand also into other market segments.
With a focus on Internet of Things, IoT
The number of connected products and sensors is growing exponentially. The services offered by Skyresponse are ideal in IoT applications where e.g. buildings and machines are to be monitored. In addition, many existing industries and products requiring alarm handling, such as security, care, transport and logistics, can leverage the new technology offered by Skyresponse.
The Skyresponse cloud based response centre solution is already in use at several manned response centres and operations centres. Skyresponse:system can also interoperate with many existing response centre systems and present alarm and events in a way that is familiar to the operator – and with complete traceability.