Orbis Mesh Networking - Enterprise Solutions!

Our OrbisMesh Bluetooth Mesh Network Topology and Software Development Kit (SDK) powers the Internet Of Things.

At Orbis we're obsessed with delivering the most advanced Mesh Networking and SDK Infrastructure with a wide range of industrial and commercial applications for our Enterprise Customers.

We do this with our Orbis Mesh Networking Topology and Proprietary SDK.

Orbis has built upon the Bluetooth Mesh Networking Specifications 1.0 announced July 2017 with our Propriety and Advanced OrbisMesh Topology and SDK.

Orbis provides Enterprises with a powerful Mesh Topology and SDK that can be tailored and customized for a wide range of industrial and commercial applications.

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Announcing Orbis Bluetooth
Announcing Orbis Bluetooth
Mesh Networking Topology and SDK.

Orbis at its core is a mesh topology and SDK that enables regular smartphones to connect to other devices also running the Orbis app and form a mesh network.

Our flagship platform OrbisMesh and our propriety SDK leverages the power of Bluetooths Mesh Topology with our own proprietary solution that powers enterprises to deploy and develop wide ranging applications and customized and tailored solutions.

About OrbisMesh Enterprise Solutions

We leverage the power of Bluetooth Mesh Topology with our proprietary and customizable SDK so enterprise clients can leverage the power of our mesh topology and SDK in their space.

Our Mesh Topology builds on top of the Bluetooth Mesh Networking Specifications 1.0 announced July 2017 and powers the technology forward with the integration of everyday mobile devices.

About OrbisMesh Enterprise Solutions
How Orbis Mesh Networking Topology and SDK Powers Enterprise Customers?

SMART Homes

  • Smart lights, microwaves, refrigerators and other household appliances
  • Smart irrigation
  • Smart garage doors, locks, lights thermostats, and smart security
  • Pets: Pet location systems, smart dog doors

SMART Cities

  • Smart electric meters in a citywide deployment to monitor energy usage and demand
  • Smart parking lot availability
  • Energy Savings
  • Smart security
  • Irrigation Systems

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Industrial IoT

  • Asset tracking, such as inventory control, loss control,and supply chain optimizations
  • Cold storage monitoring, such as analyze cold storageof perishable inventory
  • Safety systems such as thermal sensing, pressure sensing, and gas leaks
  • Fleet tracking and location awareness
  • Railcar identification and tracking
  • Preventative maintenance of factory machinery, vehicles on the road, etc

Healthcare IoT

  • In-home patient care
  • Dementia and elderly care and tracking
  • Hospital equipment and supply asset tracking
  • Pharmaceutical tracking and security
  • Patient fall indicators
  • Fleet tracking and location awareness

Energy IoT

  • Oil rig analysis of thousands of sensors and data pointsfor efficiency gains
  • Remote solar panel monitoring and maintenance.
  • Hazardous analysis of nuclear facilities
  • Smart electric meters in a citywide deployment to monitor energy usage and demand
  • Real-time blade adjustments as a function of weatheron remote wind turbines
Why Bluetooth ?
Why Bluetooth ?

Many people ask why WiFi Direct, LoRa, ZigBee, or Z-Wave don't do the same thing.

The biggest difference Bluetooth technology provides is its low energy consumption and small form factor, which are more important than they may sound.

For use cases like warehouse management, it's no better than wiring sensors if you need to have a power cable running to each WiFi node as opposed to a battery you change every few months like you do with a light bulb.
Just take the Tile Tracker, for example, there is simply no way that would work using WiFi or any other solution than Bluetooth.
Bluetooth's short range and low energy also comes as a benefit for some as these factors play into low signal interference.
Bluetooth also enables mobile devices to connect and transfer without provisioning. It would be no use in a mesh network if you had to go into your phone settings and enter a password for each other device you want to connect to.
We are developing our own topology and specification to suit our specific needs, in particular, the integration of everyday mobile devices.
Another point, however, may be, why are we different from the specification Bluetooth SIG released themselves this July?
Why Mesh Topology?
Mesh Networking Topology provides numerous benefits over traditional communication methods like WiFi and cellular data.
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Enable messages to be sent from one device to one or more devices; allow messages to be relayed via other nodes to extend the range of communication.
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Secure messages against known security attacks, including eavesdropping attacks, man-in-the-middle attacks, replay attacks, trash-can attacks, brute-force key attacks, and possible additional security attacks not documented here.
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Work on existing devices in the market today.
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Deliver messages in a timely manner. Mesh has mandatory encryption which past bluetooth topology doesn't.
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Continue to work when one or more devices are moved or stop operating.