A Database Engine for Internet of Things (IoT) Data – DB4IoT

Visualize and analyze your IoT data with blazing-fast interactive maps for the
“Internet of Moving Things.”

DB4IoT can track and display the GPS location and other sensor data from tens of thousands of moving objects simultaneously over interactive maps. Track, monitor and analyze both real-time and historical insights from data collected from moving objects – cars, trucks, buses, trains, shipments, people and more.

See our “Internet of Moving Things” interactive map demo.


Data Size Reduction

DB4IoT shrinks your in-memory data footprint up to 95%, reducing server expenses.


Data Ingestion Speed

DB4IoT delivers extremely high data ingestion speed. Stream more data!


Low Latency

Extremely low latency between ingestion and query. Query ingested events instantly.

Analytics Speed

DB4IoT powers 200 Million records/second/cpu on current and historical data.

Geospatial Visualization

Visualize objects over maps in real time. 10 images/second on a 500 million+ events database.

Wherever You Need It

DB4IoT runs in the cloud or can be installed on your own servers.

DB4IoT is a NoSQL columnar store that does not require compression/decompression.

DB4IoT loads time and geospatial segments of columns into memory as needed. As a result it can traverse very large databases extremely fast on relatively modest servers resulting in significant operational cost savings. Use a variety of provided API’s to seamlessly integrate data from DB4IoT into your web applications and mobile apps.

Time, location, temperature, pressure, humidity, flow, speed, direction, current, voltage etc. – whatever measurements your IoT devices’ sensors capture DB4IoT is a hassle-free and affordable way to store that Internet of Things data and make it available for analytics and visualization. The Internet of Things poses unprecedented challenges for database administrators in terms of sheer data volume, scalability, flexibility, accessibility and connectivity. Focus on the work you love and leave the database heavy lifting to DB4IoT.