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Gateways play a crucial role in energy monitoring by facilitating communication between various energy monitoring devices, such as smart meters, sensors, and other data sources, and the cloud platform.

rayleighconnect™ gateways collect the data and securely deliver it to the cloud platform.

Data Aggregation

Gateways collect data from multiple energy monitoring devices installed within a facility or across different locations. These devices may use different communication protocols or technologies, such as Modbus or M-Bus. The gateway acts as a bridge, translating these diverse data formats into a unified format that the cloud platform can understand.

Data Processing

Once the data is aggregated, gateways preprocess it before sending it to the cloud platform. This preprocessing may involve data filtering, aggregation, or basic analysis to ensure that only relevant and useful information is transmitted, reducing the burden on the software platform and improving efficiency.


Gateways play a crucial role in ensuring the security of data transmission between energy monitoring devices and the cloud platform. They incorporate encryption and authentication mechanisms to protect sensitive information from unauthorized access or tampering, thereby safeguarding the integrity and confidentiality of energy data.

Local Storage and Buffering

Gateways include local storage capabilities to temporarily store energy data in case of network disruptions or communication failures. This buffering functionality ensures that no data is lost during transmission interruptions and allows for seamless data retrieval once the connection is restored.

Network Management

Gateways provide network management features, such as device discovery, configuration, and monitoring, to streamline the deployment and maintenance of energy monitoring infrastructure. They enable administrators to remotely manage and monitor connected devices, troubleshoot issues, and ensure optimal performance of the entire system.