wireless sensor Articles

  • Nanomaterial resistive sensors: noise, power, and circuit interfaces

    Nanoscale materials such as carbon nanotubes and silicon nanowires offer the exciting prospect of enabling low cost, low power, highly sensitive detectors for a wide variety of chemical and biological materials. The potential of these materials in sensing applications has been demonstrated by researchers around the world. However, several challenges remain to transition this technology from ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Is Wired Monitoring Still Relevant? Wired vs. Wireless

    Environmental monitoring is a crucial practice for ensuring the safety of critical equipment and can be used in optimizing and automating environmental control systems for efficiency.  In recent years, IT managers, facility managers, and SCADA operators are now able to monitor and detect a wide range of environmental conditions in real-time. This data provides an ...


    By Enviromon.net

  • How A Wireless Mesh Makes Tank Level Monitoring Easy

    Want to avoid wires? Want to lower the cost of installing sensors? If so, a wireless mesh is a good way to go. It’s a great solution for both remote and local tank level monitoring, and it’s an industrial grade, reliable, and proven technology. What is a wireless mesh? A wireless mesh network is a series of radios that talk to each other. It’s a point to ...

  • Sensor data processing for emergency response

    A gap with current Emergency Response (ER) is the lack of real-time information on the status of an incident. Wireless sensor networks have shown great potential in addressing this gap. However, sensor data streams often contain 'noise', thus they are too difficult to be directly interpreted. In addition, sensor data are often meaningless unless it is associated with time and location ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • BACnet enabled Wireless Temperature Monitoring System

    Area of engagement Solution to integrate wireless temperature monitoring system with BMS (Building Management System). Client A leading manufacturer of wireless temperature- and humidity-transmitters. Requirements Client offered a Temperature Monitoring System which consists of Wireless Transmitters and Application ...


    By SoftDEL

  • In Vitro Clinic Uses Incubator Monitoring to Prevent Losses

    Incubator Monitoring with Accsense Wireless Temperature Monitoring CAS DataLoggers provided the automated incubator monitoring and alarm system for an in vitro fertilization clinic which needed a wireless setup to monitor and alarm several double stack CO2 injection incubators. These medical incubators were used for embryonic implantation stage of the in vitro process as opposed to long-term ...


    By CAS DataLoggers

  • How To Implement Remote Tank Level Monitoring With Tank Cloud

    With Tank Cloud, you can implement remote tank level monitoring in a number of ways. The system is designed to be flexible enough for an OEM and reliable enough for end-users with critical applications. But to simplify the matter, there are really three ways to go about implementing Tank Cloud: Traditional Wired ...

  • INTRINSICALLY SAFE WIRELESS MONITORING AND CONTROL NODES ARE CERTIFIED WORLDWIDE FOR USE IN HAZARDOUS AREAS

    INTRINSICALLY SAFE WIRELESS MONITORING AND CONTROL NODES ARE CERTIFIED WORLDWIDE FOR USE IN HAZARDOUS AREAS DX99 FlexPower nodes from Banner Engineering are available in metal housing for gas and dust atmospheres A series of intrinsically safe wireless communication nodes certified for worldwide use in explosive gas or dust atmospheres is available from Banner Engineering. The nodes interface ...


    By Banner Engineering Corp.

  • How To Cut The Cable & Go Wireless With Remote Tank Level Sensors

    One of the first questions we get asked about our remote tank level monitoring system, Tank Cloud, is whether or not it’s wireless. The answer is no, but we integrate very well with wireless. There are really two ways to cut the ...

  • Water Treatment using Wireless I/0

    Rugged Wireless I/O network from Banner Engineering for remote sensing and actuation Banner Engineering offers a rugged, self-contained wireless network that provides reliable configured I/O for remote sensing and actuation. The DX series are designed for process and assembly/manufacturing automation, remote tank level management and waste water treatment installations. Monitoring ...


    By Banner Engineering Corp.

  • WIRELESS NETWORK PROVIDES MONITORING AND CONTROL OF SENSORS, PUMPS AND OTHER DEVICES AT UP TO 56 REMOTE LOCATIONS

    WIRELESS NETWORK PROVIDES MONITORING AND CONTROL OF SENSORS, PUMPS AND OTHER DEVICES AT UP TO 56 REMOTE LOCATIONS DX80from Banner Engineering replaces costly wiring in wide area installations A scalable wireless network that can monitor and control I/O functions or provide serial communication at up to 56 locations is available from Banner Engineering. The SureCross DX80 product line replaces ...


    By Banner Engineering Corp.

  • A study towards implementation of a standalone environmental monitoring device

    Environment is an issue of major concern all round the world. Protection of environmental resources such as groundwater or marine environment from contamination became an issue of high priority, which requires special consideration. In order to protect the shores water used in desalination and groundwater from various contaminants that may leak from industrial and ship activities, a remote ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Wired or Wireless? Remote Tank Level Monitoring Nuts & Bolts

    When it comes to picking a level sensor for remote tank monitoring you have an important choice to make: do you get a level sensor that uses a wired Ethernet connection or one with a self-contained cellular connection? As everything seems to be headed towards wireless these days, the knee-jerk response would be to buy the cellular sensor. It may be a good choice if conditions are ideal, but it's ...

  • Lifetime maximisation algorithm in Wireless Sensor Network

    In a Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), nodes are battery powered and then they are energy constrained. Network lifetime is the most important characteristics of performance for these networks. In this paper, we propose routing protocols that take into account the battery residual energy in sensor nodes and the energy required for transmission along the path toward the sink, which allows the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • A generic state model with neighbourhood support from wireless sensor networks for emergency event detection

    Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) typically consist of numerous sensor nodes deployed in an area, for the purpose of detecting the existence of 'interesting' patterns or events. Although various event detection (ED) approaches have been researched, most are limited to the specific ED scenarios. This paper proposes a generic state model with neighbourhood support (NS) from WSNs for emergency event ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • MULTI-HOP DATA RADIO ALLOWS WIRELESS CONNECTION OF MODBUS NODES IN UP TO 50 LOCATIONS

    MULTI-HOP DATA RADIO ALLOWS WIRELESS CONNECTION OF MODBUS NODES IN UP TO 50 LOCATIONS DX80DRradios from Banner Engineering can be linked to transmit data up to 20 km The Multi-Hop Data Radio from Banner Engineering extends the reach of the company’s SureCross wireless systems by repeating transmissions in 3 km ‘hops’ to a multi-hop total of 20 km or more. Multiple units can be ...


    By Banner Engineering Corp.

  • SeNsiM-SEC: secure sensor networks integration to monitor rail freight transport

    In recent years, the interest in monitoring infrastructures has spread in many application domains, even because of the number of natural disasters and terrorist attacks. This important activity can be seen in the general context of critical infrastructure protection, such as the freight trains meant for hazardous materials transportation. The design of these systems must answer to several ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • How long does it take to get an algae monitoring system running?

    When I buy a new piece of technical equipment for my home, I want to be able to open it up and get it running, at least the basics, in about 5 or 10 minutes. Any more than that, and I think that I’ve bought an old version of a product. Nowadays technology isn’t just better, it should also be easier to use. When you buy industrial or research equipment, the setup process is usually ...


    By Algae Lab Systems

  • An improved self routing scheme by using parent-child relationship and beacon-only period for WSNs

    The IEEE Standard 802.15.4 for wireless personal area networks shows promise of bringing ubiquitous sensor networking into reality, at least technically. In this paper, a beacon-based self routing (BSR) scheme of a beacon-only period (BOP) mode is presented. The proposed scheme, BSR routes packets from sensor nodes to sink based on the parent-child relationships and from the sink to sensor nodes ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Wireless monitoring for a safe indoor environment

    This article discusses the benefits of wireless technology for continously monitoring the indoor environment. In striving for the construction of energy efficient and cost-effective buildings, the imperative issue of the buildings Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is often overlooked. This can often lead to a unhealthy indoor environment and even to conditions such as Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) or other ...


    By PPM Technology

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