What we do

RABDOC’ s approach to solution attainment is unique. We explore multiple options in context of what exists versus what is needed.  Specifically,  a company that has invested in new technology needs to maximize their ROI. RABDOC can incorporate retro-technology as part of the total solution, building upon that investment, making it smarter and better.

Our engineering staff consists of Mechanical, Electronic, I.T. and Manufacturing engineers. For product development, we design and engineer from the ground up. Multi-media fabrication and system integration, indoor or outdoor applications, wireless and Cloud based communication are all fair game. Prototyping, firmware and software are included as well.

For ancillary services and support, RABDOC  can provide nationwide installation and grant writing for those projects that qualify for Federal Grant funding.

Let us supplement and complement your in-house team with our experts and attain those elusive solutions you have been seeking. RABDOC will accommodate your requirements, budget and timelines; let RABDOC give you that competitive edge. 

Some technologies we employ are listed below.

Technologies we employ

IoT Technology

Anything that has a sensor attached to it and can transmit data from one object to another or to people with the help of internet is known as an IoT device. The IoT devices include wireless sensors, software, actuators, computer devices and more.

Cloud Communication

Cloud communications are internet-based data communication tools for businesses to manage applications, storage, and remote operations. Cloud databases allow for authorized users with specific privileges to access and modify data archived in the Cloud via portals.


Product and systems monitoring and reporting to ensure functionality and operability via Mobile Apps and the Cloud with metrics, analytics and dashboards.

Smart Technology

Smart technology is a technology which uses data analysis, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to provide cognitive awareness to the objects which were in the past considered as inanimate. Smart connected devices are remotely controlled and monitored via Bluetooth, LTE, Wi-Fi, and cellular connectivity. Apps or voice are the gateway.

Access Control Technology

Discretionary Access Control (DAC) is a type of access control system that assigns access rights based on rules specified by users. Our interface modules work with existing protocols to provide the ultimate in remote operability and authorized usage.

Corporate Office
116 Old Farmers Road
Long Valley, NJ 07853
(516) 506-8407

Factory Office
Rua Ipurinas, 164
São Paulo, SP 04561-050
(55) 119131-6025

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