Realogy for IoT Administrators
The most IoT-enabling technology.
When you bring home a new IoT device, sensor, or actuator, it's probably because you have something you'd actually like to do. Remotely use your connected appliance. Monitor the performance of what you just connected. Operate at a distance a thing.
You shouldn't have to waste your time trying to reinvent the wheel by coding a software program on your computer. You shouldn't have to rack your brain simply because you want to connect a new electronic appliance. And you shouldn't have to go off on a scavenger hunt, searching doggedly for compatible devices, so that everything can get along with your shiny new application.
You should simply be able to connect that light, heater, fan, irrigator, or barbecue to the Internet and use it with hundreds of built-in IoT features — including cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. That's certainly the experience you'll enjoy with Realogy.
Unlike other IoT-enabling technologies, with Realogy you not have to hire a professional every time you want to connect something in your home. Know how to use a smartphone and a screwdriver? Then chances are you know how to enable a connected thing and control it using Realogy. That's because Real Technologies has created a Realogy version dedicated to the do-it-yourself IoT enabler. Millions do amazing stuff themselves. And you can join them.
With Realogy, Realino and Realer are all you need. Acting as building blocks for your IoT project, those Realogy tools allow you to easily add new connected things to your smart home by simply using plug-and-play electronics and step-by-step guides. Connecting something is a mere matter of plugging the Realino electronic modules together and putting the pieces into position inside and around something following guidelines provided through the Realer enabler app. Welcome to the IoT enablement. Easy-peasy, using Realogy.
That's not all. Real Technologies has also created a more industrial version of Realogy. If you're an electrician, plumber or other professional, you can enable IoT for the public interest such as connected traffic lights, park irrigators, and electronic installations for smart cities.
The more you get to know Realogy, the more surprised you are.