The Master Data Hub

The Master Data Hub is a device that serves as a local computing cloud. It is a computing device with an API that performs machine learning, aggregates, displays, routes, and transmits data based on the architecture selected. Operational modes include on-premise master and hybrid-cloud master. This device was designed for fleet management and is also essential for both on-premise and hybrid-cloud architecture.

The Master Data Hub provides:

  1. Username registration
  2. Passwords and password recovery
  3. FeverWarn and Master DataHub configuration information
  4. Machine Learning
  5. Alerts by text and email
  6. Data Aggregation
  7. Analysis and Reporting Capabilities
  8. Storage
  9. Routing for API commands
Master Data Hub

Master Data Hub Security Documentation

Equipment Title/Version Master Data Hub Generation I and II
Device Description On-Premise and Hybrid Cloud
Equipment Model Generation I and II
Product Suite/Family of Products All MachineSense Platforms
Equipment Category Cloud Server
Intended Mode of Operation Standalone
Intended Method of Implementation System comprises Hardware + Software + Firmware (traditional configuration)
Interfaces Serial over RS-232
RJ-45 Networked
802.11 Wireless Other
System Hardware/Firmware
Component Purpose
Master Data Hub On-Premise and Hybrid Cloud
Operating Systems
Component Operating System
FeverWarn Linux
Installed Applications
Component Application
Master Data Hub MachineSense Master Data Hub Services and API


Accounts can be created using Mobile App or using Master Data Hub webinterface. Individual accounts are not needed to use different components. All components can be accessed using a single account.

Component Account Type Admin Acct? Application, OS, or DB Authentication Method Purpose
Master Data Hub Universal NO OS and DB On-Premise and Hybrid Cloud


Can the device be serviced remotely (i.e., through the use of a secure point-to-point encrypted network connection)? YES

Can the device be configured to require the local use to accept or initiate remote access? YES Does the device provide an explicit indication of use to users physically present at collaborative computing devices? YES

Does the device require unrestricted access to the Internet in order to provide remote access? NO


Does the system employ wireless communication? YES

Wireless Mode of Operation ad hoc? (eg. Device connects internally to another wireless system component) NO

Wireless Mode of Operation infrastructure? (eg. Device connects to a LAN Environment) NO

Wireless Authentication Method: WPA2-Enterprise; WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK protocol.

Wireless Encryption Method: TKIP and AES encryption method.


Device updates can be performed by the customer via the MachineSense Mobile Application or via the internet (Optional).


No Electronic Protected Health Information/Personally Identifiable Information (ePHI/PII): (as defined by HIPAA Security Rule, 45 CFR Part 164) is acquired, processed, stored, displayed routed.


Data at rest is encrypted using AES 256.

Data in transit is encrypted with TLS 1.2 client-server (both side authentication) authentication.

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