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WIRELESS SENSOR TECHNOLOGY
Recent years have witnessed tremendous advances in wirelessly networked and embedded sensors. Wireless sensor nodes are typically low-cost, low-power, small devices equipped with limited sensing, data processing and wireless communication capabilities, as well as power supply. With the continuation of Moore’s law, they are becoming smaller, cheaper, while more powerful and more pervasive. The proliferation of these products opens up unprecedented opportunities for a wide variety of scientific, industrial, agricultural, commercial and military applications, such as health care, smart transportation, emergency response, home automation, social studies, critical infrastructure protection, and target tracking, just to mention a few.
Types of Wireless Sensors:
Monitor Desk Presence
Indoor Motion Detector
Temperature & Humidity Monitoring
Monitor Air Quality
Monitor Water Leaks
Monitor CO2 & Other Hazardous Leaks
GPS Tracking on Equipment & Vehicles
Level & Displacement Monitoring
Motor Vibration Monitoring
Liquid Flow Meter Monitoring