IOT As A Service

1. Valuable Asset

Data Out is an all-inclusive service that will turn data into a valuable asset. This comprehensive service can monitor every aspect of your building's infrastructure.

2. Integration

Let us transform your company's data into a powerful, valuable commodity, so you'll never have to worry about what's happening when you're not there.

3. Cost Reduction

We offer businesses advanced connectivity solutions that make it easy for them to save 11% or more on energy costs and dramatically speed up the deployment process of IoT devices connected to an infrastructure.

4. Project

There are no set steps because every project begins differently. All businesses are different when they contact us, which means none of them require cookie cutter solutions! What matters is your business’ end goal.


Smart Air Quality Monitor

How do you know if the air quality in your building is good? How do you know if there's too much carbon dioxide in the air? The answer to both questions lies in knowing how much CO2 there is. That’s why we built our new Smart Air Quality Monitor With Ventilation Status Alarm, which lets you know how much CO2 there is in your building so you can take action to improve the air quality or reduce your CO2 footprint. Our simple-to-use system will alert you when the air quality isn't good and allow you to track historical data about the CO2 levels in your building over time.

Energy Management

DataOut’s energy management system (BMS) is designed to monitor building performance. Our state-of-the-art IoT BMS uses sensors, web monitoring software, and proprietary algorithms to detect patterns in equipment usage and electrical use over time. This enables us to identify where energy can be saved without negatively affecting building performance or comfort. Unlike other energy management providers, we don’t rely on users inputting data into our website; instead, our system automatically collects real-time data all relevant devices in your facility—such as thermostats, temperature sensors and lights—and makes it available via our analytics platform.

Energy Survey

If you’re looking to reduce your company’s energy consumption, you should be thinking about conducting an energy survey. However, traditional energy surveys can be difficult to understand and interpret on your own, so it can seem like a daunting task to complete one on your own. Thankfully, there are now energy survey dashboards that take the guesswork out of interpreting the results of your energy survey and can tell you exactly what changes you need to make to reduce your energy consumption while saving money on utility bills at the same time.

Temperature Monitoring

If you’re in the business of running commercial or industrial buildings and facilities, you know that being able to keep an eye on the temperature and other conditions (like humidity) in your spaces can be a challenge. Temperature controls often need to be customized to the unique layout of each space, and it’s challenging to get accurate data when the temperature sensors are scattered throughout different parts of your building(s). DataOut has developed an innovative system that addresses all these issues with their temperature monitoring system.

BMS Data Analytics

If you’re looking to reduce energy costs and waste, BMS Data Analytics can be an essential tool to getting those savings you’ve been looking for. It provides an in-depth overview of how your building uses its energy, whether you’re looking at HVAC or lighting, ventilation, or power loads. With comprehensive data points on energy production and usage broken down by location, time of day, and resource type, it’s easy to see what areas are using the most energy and when you can expect the highest energy demand to occur in your building.

Water Leak Detection

Wireless water leak sensors are small, easy to use devices that monitor and report on water leaks anywhere in your home, office or business. They are ideal for monitoring leakage from heating devices, air conditioning systems, dishwashers, washing machines, pumps and refrigerators. So small they can be easily installed behind appliances, under sinks or in hard-to-reach locations, they send real-time alerts to your smartphone or tablet when they detect leaks so you can fix them before they become costly disasters.

Secure Remote Access

VPN (Virtual Private Network) and Zero Trust are two different methods for providing safe, trusted access to your corporate network. Both have their place, depending on the needs of your business, but as these two technologies begin to overlap in functionality and requirements, it’s important to know how they differ and which is more appropriate to your company’s security needs and budget. In this article, we’ll discuss the similarities and differences between VPN and Zero Trust. We’ll outline when one might be more appropriate than the other and how you can implement both of them effectively in your company security strategy.