Monitoring and predictive maintenance in controlled environments

Monitoring and predictive maintenance in controlled environments

There are several (often surprising to many) ways IoT can be put to use fruitfully in different activities and industries we are part of. For example, agriculture, farming, and other environment-based activities might seem like the furthest industry that can benefit from all the wonders IoT can do. This can usually stem from the fact that nature and technology seem to be largely portrayed as polar opposites that do not benefit from each other. Nothing can be further from the truth than this misconception as a new world that seamlessly integrates both nature and technology is the future that will help humans as a species thrive in the long run.

Thingstel believes in making the functioning of industries and living in general, extremely simplified. Why do tasks that might take too much time, energy, and logistical coordination manually, when the same task can be made easy for access and usability by Thingstel’s IoT solutions molded to fit depending on the industry? Thingstel has the perfect solution that supports remote monitoring and predictive maintenance for these industries. Thingstel’s Controlled Environment Solution has technologies that will help the industry in the long run and save them a lot of money – remote monitoring for CEA with water sensors for pH, Dissolved Oxygen, Temperature, Flow rate, and greenhouse sensors for Temperature, Humidity, Light, Pressure, and Dust. When it comes to predictive maintenance, Thingstel can enable a predictive angle to the setup and equipment that can help avoid damages and constantly help in improving quality.

Since in these industries (like agriculture, storage, livestock, etc), there are a lot of critical parameters to monitor that might prove to be hard manually, predictive maintenance technology from Thingstel can be a complete game-changer.

How different Thingstel’s IoT solutions can help you –

  • Security concerns in controlled environments (sensors, cameras)
  • Decreasing awareness time to a large extent
  • Decreasing response time significantly
  • Decreasing a significant amount of time and effort that is required for any task to be completed
  • Reducing logistical complications
  • Efficiency and easy maintenance of machines

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