You and your family’s air quality / pollution exposures are more critical every day.
Millions of people die every year from issues caused by air quality and pollution.
And clean water becomes more of a global issue with each passing day.
How can the Industrial Internet of Things help remotely monitor you and your family’s air, water, or anything else that’s important to you?
IoT devices, software, and gateway provide an automatic sensor telemetry platform for remotely monitoring just about anything, anywhere.
What’s so special about today’s IoT sensor devices?
Is Industrial IoT ready to meet the challenge of today’s remote monitoring needs?
Let’s talk about a few key advantages for IoT with air quality monitoring vs. the technologies we had a decade or more ago:
The ever-expanding number of IoT hardware manufacturers around the world means the price deploying IoT sensors is quite cost-effective right now.
Like computers and other technology, it’s surprising how you can pay half the price, or less, for a sensor than you would have a couple years earlier.
As technologies and sensors are refined, gigantic sensors that used to be the size of a refrigerator now fit in the palm of your hand!
Well maybe that’s a little exaggerated, but it’s just like computers and the majority of technology, sizes as well as costs are reduced over time.
Whether we’re talking air quality sensors made by sensor manufacturers like Alphasense, AirBeam, Yoctopuce, or Dylos, or water sensors made by hardware companies like Senix, Flowline, McCrometer, In-Situ, or Eno Scientific — effective, community and space conscious sensors are readily available today for you, your teams, and your organization.
You’ve got more Internet connectivity options than ever for sending IoT sensor readings to the clouds for alerting, mapping, visualizing, and business analytics. The old standards that have been around for many years, like WiFi, Ethernet, and GSM cell networks, are trusted, well understood, affordable, and widely available. It’s quite impressive how excellent of a fit these older networking technologies are for Industrial IoT.
Sometimes you think you need the latest and greatest, but Ethernet connectivity works incredibly for monitoring stationary industrial assets & equipment, like tank levels & volumes. And this saves you a lot of money since you’re not paying any additional monthly fees!
Similarly with WiFi, if you’ve already got Internet access at the location you need to monitor then why buy or add anything else? Sometimes with just a simple WiFi antenna you can increase connectivity for the region you need to monitor with Industrial IoT. Again you won’t need to pay any additional monthly fees, which helps your bottom line tremendously.
New networking technologies, specifically for IoT sensor devices, seem to be popping up more and more, like LoRa, Sigfox, and Ingenu. And while there won’t be a clear winner any time soon, at least you’ve got options so you can choose which IoT technologies make the most sense for each of your specific remote monitoring deployments.
More and more with each minute passing by in your life, you’ll see an increase in businesses and government organizations adopting Industrial IoT sensors for remote monitoring applications. The organizations that take this leap will get improvements in their bottom line, increased safety, and decreased waste.
Of course there’s never another time like the present, but Industrial IoT (IIoT) devices, software, and applications are ripe for deployments.
Whether you and your teams need to monitor flooding, air, water, fleet vehicles, trucks, trailers, pumps, vacuums, tanks, wells, generators, motors, industrial equipment, or any other assets, IIoT effectively manages what’s most important to you.
The number of Industrial IoT / Internet of Things customer success stories goes up every day.
Deploying the Industrial Internet of Things has never been quicker or easier.
And with such amazing returns and advantages, it’s an exciting time for IoT.
Are you and your teams ready for Industrial IoT?
Or is your organization already using it?
Perhaps you’ve got ideas for new Industrial Internet of Things applications?
Please don’t hesitate to talk to me at Info@Valarm.net if you’ve got any questions or just want to chat about IoT, remote monitoring, M2M, Industry 4.0, sensor telemetry, or the Industrial Internet of Things.