Yes. The Hawk apps work on both Android and Apple devices. But the monitoring, you would have to use Hawks Roost to display data or use any PC.
Frequently Asked Question
We store all of our data securely in our own instance of an AWS cloud database. Fully backed-up incase of any mistaken out of compliance/contract deletion.
You can deploy your own local database if required without any Hawk connection.
Hawk Hubs connect to your Wi-Fi or ethernet with the sensors connecting through a protocol called LoRa straight to the Hubs.
If the Wi-Fi signal is weak or lost, all Hawk devices stores data collected locally on the Hubs. They will upload the store data to the cloud when the connection is restored.
In cases where there isn’t Wi-Fi, the Hubs also can have a 4G sim card upgrade, usually for mobile deployments.
All Hawk products are locked to a limited functionality. Only work related apps can be downloaded and used.
Thats up to you, but a lot of Hawk clients find it very useful. Where EHOs require access to captured data, the manager can show them on screen and extract data requested by the EHO or download PDFs that can be printed or emailed to them
Only if you are using the Hubs through ethernet, Hawk can supply them at request.
Hawk supplies all required cabling for all its products.