[email protected] Introduces Solar-Powered Temperature Monitoring Sensor for Remote Locations

[email protected] has come up with a live, cloud technology-based environmental monitoring system that aids in alleviating the effect of natural disasters due to temperature changes.

Environmentally Hardened Weatherproof Cellular Edition

The Environmentally Hardened Cellular Edition from [email protected] is powered by solar energy and is a weatherproof temperature monitoring system. It is suitable for outdoor operations remote locations. The communication of the temperature readings is independent of the electrical resources as it transmits the data through Sensor Cloud Technology.

The [email protected]’s Sensor Cloud Technology has been enhanced by enabling the users to monitor all the sensors from a single screen. The latest Cellular Edition comes with increased battery life and updated software. This version of the Cellular edition transmits the data using cellular networks and hence it does not depend on Internet connection. Over-the-air updates in software are possible with the new edition, even when present at remote locations.

Harry Schechter, CEO of [email protected], claimed that the new edition was successful in satisfying the demand for reliable and re-usable energy source that exhibited tolerance to extreme weather conditions. He added that the continuity in data communication even in the absence of power grids or communication networks was a big advantage.

Source: http://www.temperaturealert.com/

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