BeanAir has announced collaboration with SENSeOR to design a highly efficient wireless sensor network (WSN) for remote condition monitoring applications.
SENSeOR develops sensors using surface acoustic waves (SAW) technology for the measurements of stress, pressure and temperature. These battery-less, wireless sensors are compact and strong. They are examined by the radio frequency and use the emitted radio wave as input, making them completely maintenance-free and independent sensors ideal for condition monitoring especially in adverse conditions.
GPS, GPRS/GSM and IEEE 802.15.4 are the basis of BeanAir’s groundbreaking WSNs. These WSNs feature least power parts designed especially for remote surveillance and telemetry applications and for adverse conditions.
SENSeOR and BeanAir develop tailored WSNs at an economical cost based on the requirements of the applications, including structural health monitoring of pipelines and storage networks, temperature monitoring in compressors, generators, engines and machineries, process control for assembly units and rotating industrial devices’ remote condition monitoring.
BeanAir and SENSeOR are designing easy-to-deploy solution in order to reduce the time required for installation and maintenance. According SENSeOR’s Business Development Director, François Gégot, the wireless technology from BeanAir simplifies the development of WSNs and in combination with SENSeOR’s sensors, it offers highly intensified solutions.