We’ve got live data….. Who the hell cares?

Archive for February 2015

We’ve got live data….. Who the hell cares?

We've got live data.... who the hell cares?

To showcase our leading position in the industrial IoT and M2M arena, we’ve made publically available live data from a number of types of sensors located within our offices and other premises. To answer the question we care about Live Data. We care about data in general because data is such an integral part of…

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Meet Lucy Udale Forrester – Office Manager

Meet the Caption Data team - Lucy Udale Forrester

The end of last year saw major changes within the Caption Data team, long term employee Claire Bull worked her last day as Office Manager to fulfil her dreams of managing her own drinking establishment. Following a strong recruitment campaign, and many interviews later we employed Lucy Udale-Forrester. Lucy’s experience of the sales and administration…

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RDL//Nano Helps Hevasure Prevent the Corrosion of Water Pipework Systems

Water Plant Room

Corrosion of Pipework and components in water based heating and cooling systems nearly always results in costly repairs and unwelcome disruption, especially where a large office block, hospital or district heating scheme is concerned. When failures occur the tendency is to investigate the failed component and possibly much later to call in specialist corrosion consultants…

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RDL//Nano Creates a Continuous Flow of Turbidity Data for UK Water Companies

Manhole

ATI and Caption Data have worked together since 2008, initially with Caption Data providing telemetry for Chlorine monitoring systems used in remote locations throughout the UK. The range of applications and volume of installations has increased over the years, with the latest application being ATI’s disruptive technology for Turbidity monitoring, with on board robust and…

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eBay Magazine uses MSR data loggers for the big dispatch test

eBay magazine front cover

Originally published at msr.ch Six large parcel delivery companies have competed for the business of private eBay sellers in Germany. In November the German eBay Magazine used the MSR145 and MSR165 data loggers in a test to find out which of the delivery companies (DHL, DPD, GLS, Hermes, iloxx and UPS) took best care of the…

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Developing Optimum Vibration Protection Strategies for the Transport of Fragile Paintings

MSR165 attached to the cargo casing of a fragile painting

Authors: Cornelius Palmbach, Nathalie Bäschlin, Matthias Läuchli, Marcel Ryser and Anita Hoess, Bern University of Applied Sciences (BFH)/Bern University of the Arts (BUA), Switzerland The use of MSR165 data loggers was first considered back in May 2012 in the CTI research project Risk assessment for shock and vibration immissions with new preventive strategies for transporting…

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MSR165 Used to Record Shocks and Vibrations Acting Upon Fragile Paintings in Transit

MSR165 attached to the frame of a fragile painting

Authors: Cornelius Palmbach, Thomas Fankhauser, Matthias Läuchli, Anita Hoess und Nathalie Bäschlin University of Bern /Bern University of the Arts, Switzerland The number of artworks in transit around the world is constantly growing. During such transits paintings are subjected to a great deal of stresses and risks such as shocks and vibrations. The handling of such…

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Bachelor thesis investigates non-destructive monitoring of art in transportation

non destructive monitoring of artwork in transportation

Transportation of paintings – Fundamental aspects and vibration measurements during the transportation of artwork Author: Nathalie Braun, Faculty of Civil, Geo and Environmental Engineering, Chair of Non-destructive Testing, Technische Universität München, Germany The aim of Ms Braun’s bachelor thesis was to investigate – with a focus on the maximum occurring values – mechanical vibrations which…

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Uroviva Services uses shock data logger to monitor highly sensitive medical devices in transport

Shock data logger used to monitor highly sensitive medical equipment

Monitoring the shocks and vibrations highly sensitive medical devices are exposed to in transport Authors: Dirk-Marcus Walenzki, Franziska Ruesch, Hans Peter Meier, Uroviva Services AG, Bülach. Originally published at msr.ch. Professional transport of sensitive, high-tech medical devices within operating rooms and between hospitals and clinics requires a high level of competence and modern transport logistics.…

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