Robust, scalable & cost-effective wireless connectivity for environmental sensor networks
A Versatile Communications Solution to Connect Environmental Sensors
Low-Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs) are the ideal choice for connecting environmental sensors. Long range, low power consumption and low costs allow for effective deployment of large-scale environmental sensor networks with the least upfront investment and maintenance requirement.
Best-in-Class Wireless Connectivity for Environmental Monitoring
Improve production quality and control, worker safety, regulatory compliance and energy management with MYTHINGS wireless connectivity for environmental sensor networks.
Production Optimization and Quality Control
Monitor and control critical ambient conditions like temperature, humidity, air quality and air pressure to prevent impacts to the production process and ensure product quality and safety.
Improve Worker Safety & Productivity
Measure workplace conditions like air quality, heat, humidity, radiation and noise and immediately notify managers and employees of potential dangers or health risks such as dehydration or exposure to chemicals.
Enhance Regulation and Compliance
Ensure regulatory compliance in your industry and maintain quality assurance with real-time environmental monitoring, analysis and control.
Energy Management and Occupancy Comfort
Monitor indoor air quality, temperature and humidity in various spaces and micro-zones among commercial buildings and industrial campuses. Leverage sensor data for decentralized and granular control of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems to optimize energy consumption and occupancy comfort.
Monitor soil moisture and weather conditions including rainfalls, temperature, frost, and wind speed for better crop and irrigation planning and spraying practices to maximize yield rates, while saving water resources and optimizing treatment use. Monitor horizontal temperature distribution and other critical microclimate factors in greenhouses like light, CO2, humidity, and volumetric water content.