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February 05, 2016
January 29, 2016
Source: Information Week
The Internet of Things (IoT) can be used for a diverse set of tasks, including opening up new business models. A recent Forrester report explores how businesses are embracing IoT.
As the Zika virus spreads, Obama calls for rapid research. There are two potential candidates for a vaccine, but clinical trials won’t begin in people until the end of the year, and the vaccine will not be widely available for several years.
The Center for Food Integrity shared results from its recent research project on the role transparency plays in building trust...
January 22, 2016
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June 09, 2015
We can do most anything, but we can’t do that. (With apologies to Meatloaf)
The news caught my eye earlier this week as headlines blared about spiders raining down from the sky in Goulburn NSW, Australia, about 200 km southwest from Sidney. My first thought of course is can Temperature@lert help with that? The short answer is no, we can’t do that. But we can do a lot of other things.
Temperature@lert has a Cellular Edition customer that travels around the US in their motorhome with three macaws, following the NHRA drag racing circuit and monitoring their motorhome’s temperature while ...
April 30, 2015
Imagine you are the head caretaker at a popular dog shelter. At your facility you not only house dogs that have been rescued, but puppies that are born on site, and all of them are looking for loving homes and owners that want to be their new best friends. It's been an excessively hot summer, and you have had to take extra care in making sure that the dogs in your shelter are staying cool enough and that they aren't overheating. The last thing you want on your plate is a bunch of hot dogs, and we don't mean the ...
March 31, 2015
It's the look of love in eyes of those looking to adopt a new pet that makes your of job of constant care-taking worth it. But it's not just the giggle of the little boy who found his companion in a playful puppy or the fluorescent smile spread across the face of the little girl when she picks out a new kitten that's going to be her new best friend that warms your heart, but also, that you did good work in finding a home for an animal that deserves all the love, care and attention in the world.
February 02, 2015
The sensor market is expected to grow to $6.05 Billion by 2020. With the demand of temperature sensors growing, it is important for the customer and manufacturer to choose their sensors wisely. From applications in the medical and healthcare sector to aerospace and defense, there is a rising need for more accurate temperature monitoring; thus creating an increased need to use proper sensors for industry specific applications.
View the following guide to get a greater insight into the temperature sensor industry in 2015 and beyond:
April 21, 2014
April 15, 2014
The previous piece in this series takes a look at Wireless Temperature Monitoring (WTM) device configuration options as a prelude to helping understand and select the optimal power source option for each site. Because Temperature Monitoring systems can be both wired and wireless, it is important to understand both options exist.
NYC Hospital Queens installed a WTM system to monitor medications and blood in hospital refrigerators, an effort that is featured on the website Pharmacy Purchasing & Products. (Link to PPP Article) To be fair ...
April 07, 2014
Unless one uses a thermometer to monitor temperature, electrical power is needed to power today’s temperature monitoring devices. And there are several choices for electrical power options as will be described below. One factor in determining what electrical power source is best for any particular site is the Wireless Temperature Monitoring system configuration, and there are several to consider each with its own costs and benefits.
This seventh piece in our series series is prompted by an article on the Pharmacy Purchasing & Products website describing the use of Wireless Temperature Monitoring ...
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