San Diego, California–(Newsfile Corp. – September 21, 2020) – DCS (OTCQB: DCSX) (CSE: DCSI) announced today the release of MiSensors, a cloud-based platform and end-user web application to monitor IoT device and sensor data. MiSensors transforms data into real-time business intelligence to help business owners efficiently run their operations. Built upon a scalable and open architecture, MiSensors can support virtually any IoT device or sensor regardless of the technology. MiSensors can easily support any vertical markets such as hospitality, bars and restaurants, asset management and server rooms. MiSensors allows any business the ability to deploy an IoT sensor ecosystem and take advantage of the big data to make better business decisions.
“When we started the development process, we did so with the understanding that not all businesses are alike and many have different needs and requirements,” said Eric Placzek, CTO of DCS. “We listened to the market and designed MiSensors so that it was open to all device and sensor manufactures in the market today. The web services API allows developers and system integration partners access device and sensor data to enhance their solutions.”
“Launching MiSensors is a milestone achievement for DCS and it gives us the flexibility to drive future innovation in the IoT device and sensor monitoring space,” said Dave Scowby, COO of DCS. “Most business owners don’t know how much data they can have access to and MiSensors will give them the real-time data to identify a problem before it becomes a disaster.”
For more information on MiSensors, available sensors and future sensor integration, visit www.misensors.com
DCS is a technology solutions integrator focusing on connecting the Internet of Things. We provide real solutions that solve real problems. Our software applications and scalable cloud services collect and assess business-critical data from all types of assets. DCS is headquartered in San Diego, California and is publicly traded on the OTCQB (“DCSX”) and Canadian Securities Exchange (“CSE”). For more information, visit www.dcsbusiness.com
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Bill Espley, Director
Chris Bursey, CEO
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