Smilio A – Multi-Purpose Connected Buttons

The Smilio A connected buttons can be used to address a variety of issues: proof of visit, on-demand service, emergency calls, etc.

The Smilio A connected buttons are compatible with the Ubiqod platform, allowing for real-time data transmission to any third-party computer system.


Tracking Coat Check Activity Level During an Event

A contractor is responsible for coat checking during a sports event. They need to track the number of bags, pieces of luggage, and clothing items handled during this event for customer reporting and improved staff management. Collect data with connected buttons Smilio A is a set of connected buttons. It works on batteries for years and is wireless. You can use this type of keyboard: The device will be placed near the counters. Each time an employee takes items, they will press the button corresponding to the quantity taken. Every 10 minutes, the device will send the total number of […]

Ubiqod: replay missed IoT data

Wireless connected objects communicate using various radio protocols. Occasionally, data might get lost due to unforeseen incidents. By activating the Replay the missed data option, missed data detected by Ubiqod will be replayed and sent before transmitting the current data. How to activate this option? In the GENERAL OPTIONS of the Dispatch, check the option Replay the missed data. Compatible devices The following Skiply products possess the capability to identify and resend the last missed data to the dispatch: Smilio A (code mode) Clock S (LoRaWAN only) Smilio S (code mode)

Ubiqod Trackers

What is a tracker? On the Ubiqod platform, a tracker is a “point of interaction” with a user. A tracker can be: A standard QR code, called QOD on the platform A rotating QR code (Ubiqod Key) Any device from the Skiply range (RFID clock, Digital Timesheet, connected buttons…) Each tracker can be associated with : A site (optional) An interface One or several dispatch Create and configure a tracker Standard QR codes (QODs) The platform can generate standard QR codes (QODs) that will be used to interact with users. To create a QOD, go to the Trackers menu. In […]

Adding your connected device (IoT) to your Ubiqod account

This tutorial applies to every compatible connected device: Smilio A, Smilio S, Clock ST, Clock S, Smilio E, Clock R. When you order a Skiply connected device, you have to add it to your Ubiqod account before being able to use it on the platform. In the Ubiqod platform, go to the Trackers menu. In the IOT tab, click on the + IOT button. You should see this screen: When you buy a compatible device, Skiply sends you the order information by email. Check your spam folder if you didn’t receive it! Leave all the available options unchecked. Click on […]

Managing on-demand services in the field

On-demand services are a rapidly growing requirement in various areas of business, ranging from facility services to waste management. Skiply provides a diverse range of solutions to assist businesses in efficiently managing on-field service requests. Send service requests with connected buttons Skiply offers a diverse selection of connected buttons that can operate on batteries for several years. These devices can be conveniently placed in meeting rooms, allowing users to report technical issues or request additional cleaning services. They can also be utilized in factories to facilitate waste containers rotations requests in real time. Send service requests with QR codes Ubiqod […]

What is the Sigfox End Product Certificate of Smilio?

In order to register your connected buttons Smilio Action, Smilio S or Smilio E on the Sigfox Network, you may require to enter the End Product Certificate. It is: P_0056_99E6_01 Please find attached the full certificate: QF_385_Sigfox_Ready_Certificate_SKIPLY_Smilio

Why are you sending states of counters instead of number of buttons pressed?

Skiply provides industrial solutions. Therefore, we can not afford to loose any customer data. LPWAN networks like Sigfox and LoRaWan are great. But, like any radio communication system, a frame can be corrupted or not transmitted. If you do not take this into consideration in your design, and send only “pulses”, if it happens, you will loose data. This is why we decided to provide a system that is robust enough to support bad or missing radio frames. Each time that a user presses a button, the corresponding index is incremented. Thus, depending of the parameters that you set on your device, the system will send the data […]