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Spin Technologies 



IoT (Internet of Things) solutions encompass a wide range of applications and technologies that leverage the connectivity of devices and systems to collect, exchange, and analyze data for various purposes. At Unitetec we focus on laverage IoT solutions to provide our clients with an impact on running their operations more efficience by co-creating solution that will reduce their OPEX, increase prodcutivity, increase safety for their people and equipment and compliance with local and international regulations

Spin Technologies provides end-to-end IoT solutions designed to cater to the ever-evolving landscape of enterprise, industrial, and consumer-based applications. We offer a holistic approach that combines hardware, software, and cloud-based services to provide a complete IoT ecosystem for our clients.

Product Offerings

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Our Offerings

  1. IoT Sensors and Devices: A broad range of specialized sensors for measuring temperature, humidity, air quality, motion, and more.

  2. Connectivity: Robust and secure connectivity options, including LPWAN, Wi-Fi, and cellular networks, to transmit data to centralized servers or cloud systems.

  3. Data Analytics Platform: Our cloud-based platform provides real-time analytics and insights, allowing for immediate action and long-term data-driven decision-making.

  4. User Interface: Customizable dashboards for data visualization, remote monitoring, and control.

  5. Automation and Control: Machine learning algorithms to provide actionable insights and automation capabilities.

Spin Technologies IoT Use Cases


  1. Remote Monitoring: Sensors and wearables can continuously monitor patient vital signs, alerting medical staff when anomalies are detected.

  2. Asset Tracking: Real-time location systems (RTLS) can track the location of medical equipment, medication, and even staff within healthcare facilities.


  1. Predictive Maintenance: IoT sensors can monitor equipment and predict when maintenance is needed, reducing downtime.

  2. Quality Control: Automated systems can continuously check product quality and remove defective items from the production line.


  • Precision Farming: IoT devices can monitor and analyze environmental data to make farming more precise and sustainable.

  • Livestock Monitoring: IoT-enabled collars or implants can monitor the health and location of livestock.

Smart Cities

  1. Traffic Management: IoT sensors can monitor traffic and control lights and signs to improve flow and reduce congestion.

  2. Waste Management: Smart garbage cans can signal when they are full, optimizing collection routes.


  1. Inventory Management: Smart shelves equipped with weight sensors can notify when stock is low or out, automating the reordering process.

  2. Customer Insights: In-store IoT devices can track customer movements, helping retailers optimize store layout and improve customer experience.

Energy Sector

  1. Smart Grids: IoT can enable more efficient energy use and distribution, including dynamic pricing and demand response.

  2. Renewable Energy Management: IoT devices can optimize the operation of renewable energy installations, such as wind turbines and solar farms.

Transportation and Logistics

  • Fleet Management: IoT devices can provide real-time tracking and diagnostics for fleet vehicles.

  • Condition Monitoring: In transit, sensors can monitor the condition of goods and alert if there are issues like high temperature or humidity.

Food and Beverage

  • Supply Chain Monitoring: IoT sensors can track food items from farm to fork, ensuring quality and freshness.

  • Smart Refrigeration: Sensors can monitor temperatures in storage units and notify when they go out of the optimal range.

Environmental Monitoring

  • Pollution Control: Air quality sensors can provide real-time data, enabling immediate action if pollution levels rise.

  • Natural Disaster Prediction and Response: IoT sensors can assist in predicting and responding to natural disasters like earthquakes and floods.

  • Air Quality Monitoring Systems

Types of Sensors

  • IoT-enabled air quality monitoring systems typically include a variety of sensors that measure pollutants such as:

  • Particulate Matter (PM2.5 and PM10)

  • Carbon Dioxide (CO2)

  • Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)

  • Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)

  • Ozone (O3)

  • Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)

Data Collection Points

  • Sensors can be strategically placed at various points, including but not limited to:

  • Traffic intersections

  • Industrial zones

  • Schools and colleges

  • Residential areas

  • Public parks

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