The fourDscape software platform is a scalable IoT solution comprised of leading-edge M2M camera and sensor integration, best-in-class visualization and secure SDP communication technology, adaptable to provide security, surveillance and asset optimization solutions for clients in many industry sectors

FEATURES
open-layered

OPEN, LAYERED NETWORK ARCHITECTURE

enterprise_cloudbased

ENTERPRISE, OR CLOUD-BASED
(supports Windows and Linux OS)

multi_tenant

MULTI-TENANT (SHARED AND PRIVATE DATA PORTALS) WITH CENTRALIZED MONITORING OPTION

A powerful, graphical 3D user experience for real-time situation awareness
monitors_products
Extensive 3rd party integration capability

Integrates with 3rd-party systems at the network interface level and/or at the SDK/API software level

Integrates with many cameras and sensor/systems:
• IP/USB/website cameras (all manufacturers)
• GPS NMEA tracking devices
• Environmental sensors and false alarm analysis
• Mobile chemical sensors
• Wide-area persistent surveillance video

Regional Geographical Information System (GIS) repositories and shapefiles)

Breaking News Network (BNN) alerts geo-specific to each region of interest

NOAA time-lapse weather overlay/models

Dynamic plume and other environmental models

Buoy reports

Power outages

Airport delays

Bus tracks/paths/stops

Web mapping/feature services (WMS/WFS);

Automated Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), with steps/sequences cataloged

MORE CONNECTED
More connected:
oneM2M reference architecture provides rapid, reliable connectivity
m2m_network
Standards-based

oneM2M is an emerging global standard in connectivity, supported by the major global telecommunications organizations

Network-agnostic

oneM2M will work on any network transport architecture by focusing on the Service Layer aspects and by leveraging the Network Services Entity

SDP-secured and dynamic

As the oneM2M security layer, SDP technology can protect and secure M2M nodes and services, including in an ad-hoc emergency M2M network scenario required by first responders

Modular node-based

ourDscape Resources serve as oneM2M Application Service Nodes, interfacing to a multitude of mobile devices, wrapping them to appear as compatible M2M devices

fourDscape Engines serve as oneM2M Middle Nodes by coordinating between 4D resources and 4D servers

fourDscape Servers serve as oneM2M Infrastructure Nodes by coordinating the data feeds to/from 4D resources/engines and fourDscape browsers

fourDscape Browsers serve as oneM2M applications by comprising the user interface to all 4D portal functionality generated from 4D resources/engines/servers

Lightweight, scalable data transmission

Sensors and devices are connected using RESTful (e.g., http/CRUD/URI) services and TCP/IP protocols

Common service entity functions

Addressing & Identification (AID) of physical/logical resources

Discovery (DIS) of  available M2M nodes

Registration (REG) of all authorized M2M nodes via the SDP authentication workflow

Location (LOC), utilizing geo-data feeds identifying real-time locations of vehicles, devices, sensors, or assets

Data Management & Repository (DMR) of archived realtime dataflow

Security (SEC) for network/authentication security and sensitive data handling

Subscription & Notification (SUB) to notify of an available change/update to a resource or to auto-deliver the updated data as requested

MORE SECURE
More secure:
Software Defined Perimeters (SDP) provides next generation information security
sdp_controller
Open standards-based

SDP is an open protocol developed by the Cloud Security Alliance, authored by group of cross-industry security experts (April 2014)

Ad-hoc and dynamic

Secure, ad-hoc IP networks are deployed by gathering IP-addressable devices into a secure logical network on-the-fly and reconfigured dynamically whenever needed, independent of physical network infrastructure layout

Mobile

Devices that geo-locate within range of an SDP network node and that provide appropriate SDP authentication credentials can dynamically join the network of secure devices

Network topology-agnostic

SDP is independent of network communication protocols, permitting customers to adopt their protocols of choice (E.g., Bluetooth, zigbee, cellular, wifi and other transmission protocols)

Controller-host authenticated

SDP Controller determines which hosts can communicate; controls encryption policies

SDP Initiating Hosts request list of Accepting Hosts from SDP Controller

SDP Accepting Hosts reject all communication requests not coming from SDP Controller

fourDscape Gallery

LET US HELP YOU MANAGE CRITICAL ASSETS WHEREVER THEY MAY BE