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Using Smart Technology To Measure Indoor Air Quality

Scenario As life begins to normalise and the promising roadmap our government has set out is delivered on, the leisure and fitness sector will be key in building people’s mental and physical wellbeing back to a healthy level. For some, just having access to these environments will be the most important factor, but for many…

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Smart Boiler Monitoring and the Role of IoT

Nano ULTRA-Edge

Case Scenario Commercial boiler equipment installed on commercial premises are often critical services and failure of these systems can cause major business disruption. In the instance of a commercially trading business, breakdown of such equipment could resort in substantial loss of income through wasted stock, operational efficiency could be impacted by the displacement of personnel…

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Peracetic acid, its potential harmful effects and the benefits of IoT

Peracetic acid, more commonly known as PAA, is a chemical used widely as a sanitiser across a range of industries such as food and beverage, hospitals, healthcare and pharmaceuticals. Against the backdrop of the Covid 19 pandemic, use of sanitizers has increased exponentially, both in a domestic setting and within business environments, and its production…

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Our Latest Application: Water Hygiene

CDL SmartHub

USE CASE We’ve recently acquired a client that had genuine cause to ensure water temperatures at client sites were at the optimum temperatures to avoid the growth of Legionella disease. Legionella bacteria is commonly found in water. The bacteria multiply where temperatures are between 20-45°C and nutrients are available. The bacteria are dormant below 20°C…

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Reaping the benefits of IoT asset management

The innovative world of IoT (Internet of Things) enabled products and services is growing exponentially. But if you already have equipment in place, can you harness the power of IoT to upgrade and enhance your offering? And, if so, how? You’ll be pleased to learn that it is entirely possible to reap the benefits of…

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Undetected water leaks cost businesses millions

Undetected water leaks are costing businesses millions every year – and yet a cost-effective solution is available. According to the Association of British Insurers, escape of water claims cost UK insurers £2.5 million a day, which adds up to nearly £1 billion a year. Similarly, Aviva has revealed water leaks are its highest frequency property…

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New technology innovation unlocks leak detection applications

Leak Detection

Water leaks in commercial and domestic buildings can be hugely expensive and disruptive if not detected early. Costs for restoration are not the only factor and business interruption can account for a significant contributor to the costs.  The challenge historically with leak detection systems have been mainly associated with the following points:- Reliance on incumbent…

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