Remote Flooring Monitoring at the Tate Modern Gallery

When it comes to remote monitoring solutions, Caption Data are highly regarded specialists! We were recently tasked with a challenge for one of the most iconic galleries in the world – the Tate Modern! Find out more about how we helped. How Does Remote Monitoring Flooring Help? How does remote monitoring flooring help ensure that…

The widest range of wireless sensors for the Built Environment

We have just updated the options list of all the wireless sensors for the Built Environment for the RDL//1000 wireless monitoring system on our website. See the full range of options here. These cover all the types of measurements you need in the Built Environment. Temperature, Humidity, WME, Hygrostick, HygroBug, CO2, Digital &  Analogue signals Power,…

The Built Environment and the Internet of Things – so what?

CDL have been making buildings smart for years. Here’s a little animation telling more… The Built Environment and the Internet of Things – so what? Well if you’re responsible for, say, the health of the public through the proper provision of chilled storage of food, drink or drugs… or if you are running a multi…

HygroNet “MOT” pays dividends for Polygon

Polygon have been users of HygroNet remote monitoring equipment from CDL for many years, and have many hundreds of systems around the world, and some of those systems have been in use, week in and week out, for many years. In order to ensure the best utilisation and return on investment, Caption Data have embarked…

Turning a Californian Skyscraper into a “Smart Building”

We have been working in and around the Built Environment for a long while, long before Smart Buildings became a phrase. First of all monitoring things like temperature and humidity, then getting involved in power and CO2, ventilation and lighting, and providing dashboards to help managers understand what’s going on. Our latest project to provide…

We’re “Internet of Things” Rock Stars Now – says the IET president

So says Naomi Climer in her interview for the BBC’s LIfe Scientific on 16th February 2016. She is the President of the Institute of Engineering and Technology, and talks refreshingly about the “How cool is this?” aspect of The Internet of Things. She also says that Engineer’s shape society and “should be treated like rock…

New Remote Monitoring pages that made the cut on our website…

With the New Year ahead, we would like to draw your attention to a range of new content throughout our website. The new content aims to demonstrate the range of industries and applications remote monitoring is supporting. Remote Monitoring Solution Pages Field & Site remote monitoring: For battery powered, robust units that can operate literally…

RDL//Vibe 1: Bulldozer 0 – it was no contest!

When Caption Data say their products are rugged, people generally just take it at face value. Our customer UA Antia took that approach as well when they bought one of their latest instruments from us. No discussion on what rugged really meant. A few months later they contacted us to say this particular unit had been…

What is ESOS?

The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) is the Government’s response to the European Union’s Energy Efficiency Directive which came into effect in December 2012. The scheme requires large companies to produce detailed reports on the energy use and efficiency of their organisation every four years. Is your business affected by ESOS? ESOS applies to any…

The Nano ULTRA-Vibe for low frequency vibration monitoring applications

Many applications of vibration monitoring equipment require low frequencies to fully understand the effects of vibration on properties and structures, from nearby disturbances. Typical Geophones and vibration monitoring systems measure Peak Particle Velocity with a frequency range from 4.5 Hz to 100 Hz. This can result in underestimated and inaccurate low frequency vibration recordings of…