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  • Introducing Our New Series of Industrial Smart Sensors

    Introducing Our New Series of Industrial Smart Sensors

    We recently announced the official launch of our new series of industrial smart sensors. The series begins with our smart sensor for Irrometer Corporation's soil moisture probe.   

    Soil moisture monitoring is especially significant in the world of agriculture. Over-watering is excessive and not only causes water-waste but increases fuel consumption and creation of potentially harmful runoff. Using our smart sensor allows one to monitor soil moisture in order to determine when and how often to irrigate crops. Therefore saving millions of gallons of water without sacrificing crop yield.  

    Temperature@lert smart sensors contain a sensor identification tag which describes the type of sensor and what type of units the sensor outputs. These tags allow any of our devices to instantly know what sensors are connected and automatically reconfigure the cloud-based logging and alerting system to display the new sensor properly. Connect any sensor to any port, any time.

    The synergism of Temperature@lert's devices and the intelligence capabilities of our smart sensors allows for a simple plug-and-play interface. All without any setup or configuration. "Our smart sensor technology was huge success with our IT, Bio Pharma and Commercial Refrigeration customers last year. With the addition of this new ruggedized line, we're excited to take this technology to the next level by offering industrial quality plug and play sensors for use in harsh environments." said Harry Schechter, CEO and President of Temperature@lert.   

    To learn more about Temperature@lert’s Series of Industrial Smart Sensors and all Temperature@lert products, visit their website at http://www.temperaturealert.com.


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  • The awards just keep coming! Michelle Keefe finalist in Stevie Award competition

    We're on a roll: BBJ 40 over 40, Finalist in MassChallenge competition, 2011 Connected World Entrepreneur Award, the list just keeps growing.  And now we've learned our own Michelle Keefe, Temperature@lert's Sustainability Seer, our collective environmental conscience is a finalist for the 2011 Stevie Award for the small business category.  Stay tuned for the results! And Michelle, Congratulations! and take time for it to sink in that you're very special among the 1300 deserving entrants for this year's awards.  See our full press release about the announcement here:  Link to Press Release

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