Cause-effect relationship:
direct and istantaneus


Smart Trigger


Smart system

For controls and devices

Custom Notification

The user is always aware of each event


Cause-effect relationship system

Specific Events

Choose when to receive notifications

Easy trigger configuration



In the recent years IoT technology has firmly established itself, thanks to its ability to easily monitor a variety of parameters, such as those relating to the conditions of machinery and plants of various kinds and the environments in which they operate. The best-known application of such data is the centralized monitoring of vital parameters that allow a more efficient exploitation as well as targeted and preventive maintenance interventions, further helped by the growing analytical capabilities of artificial intelligence.

The data collected thanks to the IoT can also be used to create new and powerful interactions between systems, such as building automation, creating a digital monitoring and control system for plants able to optimize the performance by achieving even higher standards of efficiency.


Modernization with an intelligent control system of plants based on IoT wireless technology.
Centralized monitoring, automation, and platform maintenance
It allows energy efficiency measures and building modernization also by intervening on existing systems.


Upgrade of existing systems thanks to interface units with multiple standard protocols

Achievement of building automation level equal to class B according to DIN 18599-11

No additional wiring needed thanks to wireless programming technology

Robust performance thanks to intelligent edge units

Interaction between different IoT systems and with new IoT devices in a single architecture

The possibility of public funding linked to efficiency measures

How does it work?

Urbana uses wireless IoT interfaces (LoRa® I/O) to interact and implement commands with various building automation systems such as (KNX, BACnet, Modbus, etc.).

The platform allows the creation of interaction rules to make these systems interact with IoT LoRaWAN® devices.

Hybrid IoT Structure

Smart devices,
smart communication

monitoring and control

Always connected,
always informed

Device interaction

Multiple devices communicate to each other

Updated information

Datas are always verified

Real-Time notifications

Event–user interaction