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Sensaphone Monitoring Systems Help to Protect Valuable Research Samples at the University of Missouri-Kansas City

When you are responsible for valuable, sometimes decades-old scientific research samples, you don’t want to rely on luck to ensure that the internal temperature of the ultra-cold freezers storing them are consistently -80 °C. Remote monitoring systems provide early warning of rising temperatures inside laboratory freezers and deliver real-time notifications to designated personnel.

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Tags: Medical Cold Storage,

Sentinel Monitoring System Keeps Server Room Temps in Check at the Greater New York Hospital Association

David Rosenfeld is an early adopter of remote monitoring to keep an eye on physical conditions within a server room. He uses the cloud-based Sentinel system.


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Tags: Data Center,

Ingenuity and Remote Monitoring Protect Chicken Farms and Pricey Bird Inventory

Commercial chicken farming is big business in Mississippi. That’s why Drew Cherry takes his job very seriously. He installs and maintains remote monitoring systems in many of the farms in the state and surrounding areas that produce chickens for companies like Tyson Foods and Peco Foods. Learn how he uses Sensapone's cellular Sentinel PRO to protect more than $150 million worth of birds.

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Tags: Agriculture,

Remote Monitoring Helps to Keep a Tall Ship Safe at Sea and in Dock

The St. Lawrence II is not just a beautiful tall ship. She serves as a platform for outdoor education and personal development experiences for youths and adults to inspire leadership, team building and problem-solving skills. Since 1954, Brigantine Incorporated, a registered charity, and its Tall Ship Expeditions Canada have been committed to providing universal-access adventure programs, preserving maritime skills and heritage and caring for the St. Lawrence II.

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Major U.S. Chicken Producer Monitors Wastewater System 24/7

Poultry processing plants use a significant amount of water, so wastewater management is an important part of the operation. Large facilities can generate a million gallons of wastewater that contains debris from the processed birds. That’s why local, state and federal regulations require facilities to properly treat the wastewater before they discharge it.

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Tags: Water & Wastewater, Agriculture,
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