Commercially proven IoT Monitor Platform -
Versatile yet simple to use, easy to deploy!
The core of Salo Radiotele technology and IoT Monitor is a small piece of hardware that can conduct measurements with several sensors and send the results via ordinary Wi-Fi access point to a cloud service. First cloud service supported is Microsoft Azure and its SQL Database. IoT monitor technology is commercially proven in Cauco grain dryer monitor product pictured on the right.
The heart of the solution is a small Wi-Fi module that provides the connection to Internet, a microSD card that can be used for storing the configuration information and buffering measurement results. To power the device, just an ordinary 5 V power supply is needed.
There are numerous sensors that can be connected to the IoT Monitor, e.g. temperature, humidity, signal light and current clamp sensors. IoT Monitor measurements are usually executed periodically but can also be triggered by outside signals. With triggered measurements perhaps the timestamp becomes more interesting than the sensor readings.
We are good at building small number of hardware prototypes and we can do it fast. Global web market offers a lot of different electrical modules that you can combine to more complex systems. This is the best way to build the first dozen "proof-of-concept" prototypes that provide the desired functionality but not the marketable form factor. We can design printed wired boards with Mentor PADS tool. We can also manage small scale production and test products from prototype series.
Salo Radiotele is a registered trademark of Rekijoki Electronics Oy. The company was founded late 2015 by Juha and started operations in early 2016 when Jarko joined as a shareholder. The year 2016 was spent developing an IoT Monitor platform and the first commercial application came out to market on 2017. In fall 2018 some 30 Wi-Fi IoT systems has been delivered to customers.
We are a part of the Salo start-up community that emerged after Microsoft decided to shut down its Salo R&D site in 2015. Microsoft had acquired the site from Nokia in 2013 and it had been the cradle of Finnish cellular phones expertise since 1960's. Even before that Salo had been known for its TV and radio products.
Juha is working on software issues of the IoT Monitor platform. He's also taking care of the administration and acting as the chairman of the company.
Jarko is electronics expert that can design and build complex electronics. He is familiar with Mentor PADS tool for designing printed circuit boards.
We both have long careers in cellular phone companies in Salo and we have gained good experience in developing and producing electronics.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email us at "info at saloradiotele.fi".