Remote monitoring with energy harvesting technology. Expand your possibilities
We offer an alternative that boosts sensor capability and eliminates battery management costs. Our equipment sensors are designed to harness energy from their surroundings. Energy from heat, light, vibration, and ambient electromagnetism can be found everywhere, even in remote and inaccessible locations that have limited access and minimal infrastructure. Energy harvesting technology within our sensors is maintenance free and always available.
Data is sent to our online analysis dashboard allowing engineers to access updates, diagnostics, and predictions wherever they are and whenever they want. Further benefits include simplified plug and play installation, dynamic control of updates to suit your needs, capture of data at the source and multi-year maintenance free operation.
Remote monitoring with energy harvesting technology can not only alleviate the challenge of getting an engineer to the site but allow for real-time visibility of your process. With access to this information, greater collaboration and information sharing among colleagues can exist within social distancing requirements.
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Equipment sensors that collect temperature, pressure and vibration readings using energy harvesting technology.
Our customised dashboard and App displays your data on any device, in real-time, wherever you are.
Affordable and simple monitoring, efficiency analysis and predictive maintenance
We offer affordable remote monitoring and software without CapEx approvals.
Our self-installed sensors and software can be up and running within minutes. We offer a simplified approach that is easy to deploy, clear to understand and affordable with our no up-front cost pricing options.
Working with clients and OEMs, our solutions are extensible and upgradable, moving you seamlessly from simple monitoring functionality to a suite of capabilities. Installed out of the box using IIoT technology our sensors remotely monitor steam traps, boilers, heat exchangers, actuators, valves, economisers, air handlers, heat recovery units and pipework.