NexVu: The Aegex IoT Solution for Hazardous Locations


The Aegex NexVu IoT Solution for Hazardous Locations is comprised of various components that collectively gather, transmit, and analyze big data to efficiently and safely manage extremely large "meta-scale" operations, such as refineries or smart cities, where combustible atmospheres require highly regulated and certified equipment.

These elements working together form a comprehensive platform for enabling machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to manage Internet of Things operations in hazardous industrial locations in oil & gas, chemical, pharmaceutical and other potentially combustible environments.

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aegex10TM Intrinsically Safe Tablet

The aegex10TM IS Tablet is purpose-built for use in the most hazardous zones of explosive environments.

Apps and APIs
Apps and APIs

Aegex offers a Windows-based platform that provides enterprise-class applications, security and customization.

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NexVu IoT Sensor Modules

Aegex IoT Sensors customizable design allows organizations to choose which conditions they want to monitor and easily configure the sensors to meet their needs.

UI and Analytics

In environments where problems can quickly turn into catastrophes, the easy-to-read, real-time and accurate analysis of information can improve operations, protect the environment and save lives.


Read about the full concept behind the Aegex IoT Solution for Hazardous Locations.

IoT Solution

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Testing the Model

To create a model of an IoT for Hazardous Locations, the test facility must be of the size and scope to mimic real-world challenges. The only test facility that meets hazardous industries’ unique challenges is the world’s largest privately held “city” for training first responders, special forces and other teams for disaster planning and recovery: The Guardian Centers.

Aegex is collaborating with The Guardian Centers to develop and perfect a meta-scale solution to meet this complex challenge of building an IoT for hazardous locations.