The Internet of Things (IoT) is responsible for exceptional advances regarding remote work. On-site sensors monitor and share information in real-time, saving money, enhancing security and improving operational efficiency. The unprecedented connection offers businesses confidence that actual emergencies can be addressed in a timely manner, presumably before significant problems arise.

The impressive connectivity brought by the IoT can accomplish even more when paired with trigger-based actions. The result of this combination is a next-level experience, which provides an advantage to companies that can address issues before their clients are aware of any problems and stave off disruptions to service.


At Simply Unified, we have perfected our trigger-based actions system to provide unequalled regulation and automation abilities. Companies that take advantage of this system can count on streamlined operations, a decreased need for manual oversight and significantly more efficient undertakings.

Q3 Launch

A Q3 launch is projected for trigger-based actions. This will allow our already impressive systems to:

  • Expand automation capabilities
  • Facilitate dynamic triggers
  • Complete predetermined actions based on the alert circumstances

Advanced Capabilities Will Extend to Every Sector

The impact of the advanced capabilities of trigger-based actions will extend to every sector that we presently service.


  1. Suppose a sensor detects a leak in a line. In that case, trigger-based actions will begin the predetermined measures to correct the problem and alert the necessary personnel to follow up on the situation.
  2. Trigger-based actions can prompt a water valve to open if a water sensor detects that the soil’s moisture level is below acceptable limits. This will limit the scope of damage and stop more significant issues before they occur.
  3. Should a lone worker deploy the panic alarm, the corresponding actions will be initiated based on the parameters programmed into the system. Additionally, the proper individuals will receive alerts of the actions.


Specific trigger-based actions can be deployed for lone workers
Specific trigger-based actions can be deployed for lone workers

Huge Range of Benefits

Trigger-based actions offer a number of compelling capabilities, making the system a must-have for companies. These include:

  • Flexibility – Users determine the parameters and the corresponding responses. You can customise appropriate actions and avoid overreacting while still addressing the problem at hand.
  • Adaptability – Trigger-based actions can grow with your business with seamless integration. If you are changing areas of focus, you can quickly scale back within a particular section.
  • Supports Sending Downlink Commands – Intricate device-to-device communication is significantly enhanced with the addition of this capability.
  • Scope – Trigger-based actions have an exceptional ability to communicate with other connected devices without human intervention. This includes interaction at a variety of levels. It will be just as easy for a sensor in Perth to correct a temperature deviation at a plant in Melbourne as it is for a sensor in the company office to adjust temperatures in the warehouse. The same is true for company locations in different countries.
  • Time Saving – Sensors incorporated into trigger-based actions are helpful in terms of reducing the amount of time humans are engaged in monitoring various systems within a business. Employee safety is also enhanced because humans do not need to be deployed in remote or dangerous locations for the express purpose of observation.

Working with IoT technology to Prevent Issues

Trigger-Based Actions work with IoT technology to prevent several issues that have been common in workplaces for decades. These include:

  • Overdue maintenance of equipment – Typically, machinery and other equipment are looked after according to a schedule. Unfortunately, expensive repairs become necessary if the machinery malfunctions happen outside the schedule. Programming sensors to send alerts if specific conditions occur can save thousands in repairing equipment.
  • Human error – Mistakes happen regardless of how well-trained and careful employees are. While the fallout from the mistakes can vary significantly, avoiding the issues is in everyone’s best interest. trigger-based actions can prevent scores of errors in your workplace.
  • Lack of productivity – Maintaining a reasonable capacity is vital in every job. However, overseeing scores of workers can be a significant challenge. Sensors monitoring things like production keep the workflow on track. Unexpected glitches can also lower productivity. Minor occurrences can have far-reaching consequences, such as costly downtime of machines or other work stoppages. Early intervention based on productivity data can eliminate this.

Trigger-Based Actions for Your Business

Maintaining a watchful eye on your assets and how they perform is consistently a challenge when you have distances to span for in-person monitoring. By taking advantage of this next-level form of observation and intervention, you can relax, knowing immediate responses to difficult situations are within your grasp.

To learn more about all of the ways our advanced products can improve connectivity, save money, and enhance customer service, feel free to contact Simply Unified. Our skilled team of professionals can show you the difference trigger-based actions can make in your business.