Wireless Sensors. An Organization’s Portal to the IoT World.
The IoT is propelling the business world into a new era. An era of intelligent data that drives efficiencies, improves profitability and enhances decision making abilities. Energy savings, improved productivity, and risk mitigation all come together to create a more sustainable and flexible operation. The Schneider Electric 2020 IoT report concisely outlines the reception of IoT by business.
But how do organizations get there? Changing an existing wired infrastructure to one that can collect intelligence from all aspects of the operation that communicates with key decision makers via the cloud can be a costly and daunting task.
Wireless sensors provide organizations with the vehicle to the IoT and all it has to offer.No wired infrastructure is required. Wireless sensors mount easily to a wall, inside a freezer or refrigerator, or anywhere monitoring and measuring environmental variances are of value.
Building Automation Systems can communicate with wireless temperature / humidity sensors and CO2 sensors to optimize energy management.
Healthcare settings utilize temperature sensors to monitor medications, blood and tissues to improve patient care. Operating rooms benefit from differential pressure sensors that prevent the spread of airborne diseases.
Restaurants clearly need to insure the safe storage and delivery of food to their customers. Temperature sensors are becoming widely used to assist in HACCP compliance and prevention of foodborne disease.
Data centers are huge energy consumers, requiring enormous amounts of energy to cool their servers. Temperature and humidity sensors are a key component to the energy management strategies used by this industry.
The applications for wireless sensors are endless. And the doorway to the world of IoT is opening wider and becoming more cost effective each day. Mesa Labs can lead you through the portal with economical and common sense applications. Learn more at www.pointsix.com, or contact Mark Fauber at firstname.lastname@example.org.