Water damage properties, restoration and IoT – Where is the value?

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Water damage properties, restoration and IoT – Where is the value?

Advancements in IoT solutions have enabled light touch, quick to install monitoring systems to assist with property drying. Benefits can be yielded by policy holders, insurance companies and damage restoration companies. The headline points are summarised below:- Reduction of cycle times Higher throughput of loss handling Events commonly occur whilst drying properties that extend drying…

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10 reasons your business needs an IoT strategy

The Internet of Things (IoT) is not a futuristic technology trend: it’s the first step in becoming a truly digital business and it starts with your things—your line-of-business assets and the data they produce, your cloud services, and your business intelligence tools. That’s the Internet of Your Things. By implementing an Internet of Things strategy,…

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What do these OEM applications have in common? IoT

What do all of these OEM applications have in common? Cooling towers                            Biomass boilers Snow machines                           Asphalt laying trucks Emergency Water Standpipes    Pest control heat pods                           Water Purifiers                             Dust monitoring instruments Industrial cooling machinery      Voltage optimisers          Industrial Compactors                 Medical waste incinerators Just a few examples in the last couple of months where we…

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Remote Monitoring – Improving visability of your hire equipment

Equipment hire is a great industry, allowing businesses access to specialist equipment without the large investment of buying, but it has its own challenges. We have recently been working alongside clients to develop a new way to monitor and protect their hire equipment. “The equipment wasn’t working to full capacity…” “The equipment wouldn’t switch on…”…

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More Great Reviews for Caption Data from our customers!

Its always great when you get positive feedback from your clients, and so we wanted to share a couple of recent ones! WATER QUALITY MONITORING CDL supply ATI with NanoULTRA battery powered remote telemetry units to get data from ATI instruments to the SmartHub and analysed/visualised so the UK Water utilities can access data on…

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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,…

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Here it is… the NanoULTRA OEM Remote Telemetry Unit

The NanoULTRA OEM remote telemetry unit started life on the drawing board for one of our long standing customers – ATi, specialists in measuring water quality. Now it’s generating lots of interest with other OEM’s across a wide range of industries! CDL work extensively with OEM’s providing an end to end, seamless, hassle free solution…

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The new NanoULTRA remote telemetry unit [rtu] breaks records …

This new Remote Telemetry Unit [rtu] breaks new ground in a number of respects: Low Power & Long Battery Life Instrument grade Analogue Inputs Range of I/O’s and Comms On-Board SD card for extra data granularity   LOW POWER Remote Telemetry Unit If you need to get data from sensors, instruments or processes where power…

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Earthquakes in New Zealand felt by remote monitoring systems

Earthquakes in New Zealand felt by remote monitoring systems

Two earthquakes struck in New Zealand last week. Coincidently a New Zealand based customer had the RDL//Vibe online, testing for vibrations, and what better clarification that the shock and vibration monitoring system works than capturing vibrations during two earthquakes within 50km of the system locations. The earthquakes which each registered as 4.9 on the Richter…

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