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Dubai, UAE — Scarlet Tech announced the launch of LoRa environment monitoring system at Water Energy Technology & Environment Exhibition(WETEX). WETEX is a 3 day event being held from 4th October to the 6th October 2016 at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
During the show, Scarlet Tech was showing the latest wireless environment and occupational health monitoring system by using state-of-art technology -Long Distance Radio Frequency (LoRa) Users can monitor up to 50 different environmental parameters such as toxic gases, CO2, CO, radiation, temperature, wind, soil moisture, etc.It is to believe that this new technology will decrease the risks and human resources in routine check-up at worksites and remote areas
“The beauty of the LoRa system is the ultra-long range communication distance (10km-20km) without any cellular connectivity. Many of our clients are located in desserts and off-shore areas whereas the deployment of wireless monitoring system is quite difficult. ScarletSense LoRa system can help solve the communication problems,” said by David Huang, co-founder of Scarlet Tech.
“Scarlet’s LoRa Technology provides our customers the features essential to implement IoT and take advantage of the frequent data transmission required to more effectively operate and conserve water. By using a wireless IoT sensor equipped with LoRa, utilities can monitor remote areas, respond to damage, floods and other issues, and improve overall operation efficiency.”
The sensors work in combination with software (either Cloud-hosted or on-premise) that has been developed to provide utilities with a single platform for smart environment management and are designed to relay data to the software in intervals from every five minutes to 24 hours, depending on the use case. This allows data to be monitored remotely, giving companies access to near real-time data, including alerts, alarms, advanced analytics and reporting. The use of low-power LoRa Technology allows the sensors to have a battery life of 5 years assuming 15-minute transmission intervals.