IoT platform

View your partector 2 data online

How it works

The partector 2 can send measurement data over wireless communication to a mobile phone, a PC or to a dedicated IoT uplink. From there the data will be sent to the naneos cloud, and can be viewed in a powerful website based data management & visualization front-end. And the best part is: it's all free!

Watch the short introductory video:

How to get it

No matter in which configuration you want to use our IoT service, you have to create an account and map the correct device(s) to your account.
Read this short document on "How to register for the naneos IoT plattform".

Data transmission over mobile phone

The easiest way to use our IoT service is to download the naneos partector 2 app in the play store and install it on your mobile phone (Android only). The Partector 2 will use wireless transmission to send its data to your phone.
Features of the app include:

  • Measurement data can be seen even when the unit is placed in an unaccessible area or inside a backpack
  • Realtime charts of measurements can be displayed
  • Multiple units can be shown on one screen.
  • Air pollution can be plotted along a track in Google Earth.
  • User manual

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Data transmission by a computer

If you have a PC or tablet available in the vicinity of your operating device, eg. in a laboratory or a measurement station, you can also forward the wireless or wired (USB) data coming from the partector 2 through your PC / tablet by running a small program. It can also forward data from a Partector 2 that is connected to the PC over USB. Read this short document on How to use the upload tool for PC.

Requires the execution of a small program made for a Windows operating system.
It requires an internet connection of your PC / tablet.


You can access a demo frontend showing some of the publicly visible partector 2 demo sensors that are located in our company or at employees' home offices.

Access the full naneos IoT measurement data demo front-end over this Link

Use the following login data:

Username: iot_guest
Password: DemoGraph1

Short walk through video of the front end: