HWg-Push is a protocol for active communication from a device (IP sensor) to a central server.
HWg-Push protocol is used by HW group sensors to establish active communication with a central “Portal”. The communication is based on XML and HTTP.
- IP sensors can be behind NAT or Firewall
- Sensors can be pre-configured to avoid in-field configuration
- Can be used for GSM/GPRS devices
- Very fast reaction to changes in measured values
HWg-Push is currently supported by
Windows application for collecting data from sensors and inputs over GSM (HWg-Ares) and LAN (Poseidon, Damocles, HWg-STE, HWg-PWR). Export of data in the background. Simple data processing and analysis in MS Excel.
- “Portal” tab in the global settings
- Requires an open port to the outside network (must be enabled in Windows firewall)
Nagios application for collecting data from IP sensors that support the HWg-Push protocol. Thanks to the application, the Nagios SNMP monitoring system can include sensors in GSM networks or behind firewalls.
- The application is installed on a Nagios server
- Sensors are managed over a WEB interface
Web portal for collecting data from HW group sensors.
- Central overview of all your sensors at one place
- E-mail alert to sensor failure or abnormal value