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LoRaWAN technology, a breakthrough in the IoT landscape, offers long-range connectivity, reliable data transmission, and energy efficiency. Its devices can transmit data up to 15km in rural areas and 5km in urban environments, making it ideal for monitoring expansive areas like workplaces and schools. Its low power consumption makes it cost-effective and sustainable, with gateways playing a critical role in data collection. With its diverse applications, LoRaWAN is transforming sectors from business to agriculture.
Australian rainforests are renowned for their rich biodiversity, cultural significance, and contributions to environmental stability. Microclimate monitoring, which measures parameters like light levels, humidity, wind speed, precipitation, and temperature, is key to understanding these ecosystems. Technologies such as Bluetooth data loggers and weather stations, which provide real-time data transmission, are invaluable in this process. The comprehensive data collected aids in conservation efforts and informs sustainable management practices, ensuring the preservation and prosperity of these vital ecosystems.
Maximising efficiency and quality in manufacturing is crucial. Fluctuating temperatures, inefficient supply chains, waste generation, and quality control all have a big impact on product success and overall operations. Discover the game-changing capabilities of single-use data loggers. See how they optimise temperature monitoring, as well as help to improve supply chain efficiency, minimise waste, and ensure high product quality. Uncover their vital role in driving continuous improvement and staying competitive in today's market.
Uncover the importance of food safety in our latest blog post. We delve into the role of cooking in ensuring product safety, the HACCP principles for hazard analysis in food operations, and the implementation of these principles in practice. Learn about the potential dangers of getting the cooking process wrong and how a 'through process' temperature profiling system can help maintain safety standards. A must-read for anyone in the food industry or those interested in food safety.
The need for cost-effective building automation and control solutions has become more important than ever. With the growing demand for energy-efficient infrastructure, businesses require smart technologies that can help them reduce energy consumption, improve comfort levels, and enhance security at an affordable cost. That's where Milesight comes in with its state-of-the-art products that cater to the demands of the HVAC industry.
Grape growing in Australia can be challenging especially when it comes to frost risk and water management. That's why having an efficient irrigation system has become essential for vineyard managers and viticulturists.
Did you know that we spend almost 90% of our time in indoor activities? Because the majority of our time is spent indoors, take a moment and get to know the indoor air you breathe! As previous research shows, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), especially CO2 monitoring, is important for occupants’ health. So good ventilation in the building is indispensable. However, indoor air pollutants negatively affect people’s health conditions and working performance. And high carbon dioxide level (CO2) intensities could result in Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) symptoms, which makes it the marker to evaluate air quality and ventilation performance.
Since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, good ventilation is an important factor in preventing the virus. The biggest contributor to carbon dioxide in an indoor space is people exhaling. Higher levels of CO2 in a building are an indicator of poor ventilation which increases the risk of the virus spreading and causes a variety of health issues. Hence real-time monitoring of CO2 level helps decide if ventilation is poor and keep good air quality. To fight with COVID-19, Milesight offers a LoRaWAN® indoor air quality monitoring solution.
Food safety is important to all of us. Both consumer and supplier should feel confident that their food is unspoiled and free from contamination. Since food product safety is ultimately a management responsibility, it is not surprising that considerable effort has been devoted to monitoring and controlling conditions at all stages of food processing from initial production through distribution, storage, display to point-of-sale. A preventative approach involving control of the ingredients, production process, and storage environment is the preferred method of ensuring uncontaminated and safe supplies.
We have seen the benefits of NCF in our daily lives in such applications as instant payments via smartphones and tablets. The adoption of this technology has also enhanced the user experience in industrial applications that transmit data via LoRaWAN protocol.