Wireless Remote Monitoring with the Nano ULTRA-Matrix
The Nano ULTRA-Matrix allows you to connect up to 256 wireless sensors to a single base station measuring Temperature, Humidity, CO2 and WME.
Battery-powered wireless sensors incorporate state-of-the-art sensing technology to accurately measure and monitor data, before transmitting it to an Nano ULTRA-Matrix base station.
All data is then transmitted to our cloud-based SaaS platform, the CDLSmartHub, which can be viewed anywhere, anytime from any smart device, laptop or PC. Through the CDLSmartHub you can view real time and historic data, visualise data online or download raw data. (See below for a full list of CDLSmartHub features.)
(CE and FCC approved versions available)
Your data when you need it
Remotely monitor environmental conditions with the Nano ULTRA-Matrix and get instant access to your data online in real time with the CDLSmartHub, accessible on any smart phone, tablet, laptop of PC.
From the CDLSmartHub you can: view dashboards and system locations, visualise data or download it for external use, review alarms, see an audit trail of all events and manage all system settings (including system name, sample and reporting intervals, alarm rules and more).
The oldest building in the parliamentary estate, Westminster Hall, is now equipped with state-of-the-art environmental monitoring equipment by Caption Data.
Westminster Hall is home to the largest medieval timber roof in Northern Europe. Measuring 21m by 73m (68ft by 240ft) and some 30m tall, the roof was commissioned in 1393 by Richard II, and is still standing.
How does one go about ensuring that a £260 million revamp of one of London’s most
iconic cultural buildings goes smoothly? Additionally, it needs to go quickly whilst still
retaining extreme precision during the process.
This was the challenge the builders of Tate Moderns’ extension threw down to Jonathan Burch of Humidity Devices Ltd, Paul Sanders of Caption Data Ltd and the flooring contractors.
This is a flagship install to promote the Internet of Things (IoT) and provide both Caption Data and Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) with live data online in real time about the environmental conditions within the building.
The first stage of the process was to install the Nano ULTRA-Matrix base station on the ground floor of the International Institute for Product and Service Innovation (IIPSI) building, this provides an automatic, GSM to cloud link as soon as it is powered up. The second stage was to install the battery powered, long range temperature and humidity sensors.
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