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Sentinel System Monitors Conditions in Mobile NOAA Research Vehicle

The mission of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Global Monitoring Division (GMD) is to acquire, evaluate and make publicly available accurate long-term records of atmospheric gases, aerosol particles, clouds, and surface radiation. They must provide these records in a manner that allows the causes and consequences of change to be understood. 

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Tags: HVACR,

Remote Monitoring System Prevents Wastewater Disasters in Knox, Indiana

A Sensaphone remote monitoring helps with prevention and early detection of wastewater issues like pump malfunction for Bass Lake Conservancy sewer system facility that collects, treats and disposes of sewage and other liquid wastes in Knox, Indiana.

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Tags: Water & Wastewater,

Sensaphone Remote Monitoring System Helps Dolphin Research Center improve Safety of Marine Mammals During Rehabilitation

Dolphin Research Center (DRC) in Grassy Key, Florida, needs to make sure pools, food tanks, pumps and other parts of the facility are kept to exact standards required to keep their rescued dolphins and sea lions safe while they are being rehabiliated.

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Tags: Agriculture, Other,

Cold Storage Temperature Monitoring System Keeps Medical Products Safe at Bio-Nuclear Dominican Republic

Founded in 1978 and headquartered in the Dominican Republic, Bio-Nuclear manufactures specialized medical devices, equipment, vaccines and chemical reagents. The company developed an innovative molecular biological technique to identify disease-causing viruses and bacteria. They also manufacture devices that collect and conserve stem cells and make supplies for hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis. The company's customers are government and private sector health services providers.  

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Tags: Medical Cold Storage, HVACR,

Communication Facilities, Inc. Upgrades to the Cloud to Monitor Cellular Towers

We've become a society dependent upon our cell phones and accustomed to constant communication. If our cellular service goes down, we're out of touch, unable to conduct business, and can't access our daily dose of social media, games, news and videos. That's a lot of responsibility for someone like Dave Libby, who owns and manages more than 25 cellular towers and sites throughout Maine. Libby's company, Communications Facilities, Inc., has been relying on Sensaphone remote monitoring devices to alert him to problems at his sites for more than ten years.

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Tags: Telecommunications,