These application notes highlight the range of monitoring possibilities with wireless mesh networks. Each note is based on typical customer requirements and explains how to specify a wireless solution.
Wireless Electricity Monitoring
See how wireless can be used to monitor multiple electricity metering points.
Reducing the cost and disruption of implementing a BMS
This article highlights the benefits of wireless building controls in terms of reduced installation costs, shorter time to install and flexibility in adding additional monitored points:
Recycling Goes Wireless
With recycling and efficient management of compostable waste high on the UK agenda the technology being used to meet these challenges is evolving quickly. One innovative company is processing the waste through large rotating drums to achieve the desired results.
Technology and Supplier Factors in Selection of Wireless Sensor Networks
This article starts by reviewing the basic technology issues and challenges that WSNs address and then goes on to discuss what to look for in a supplier to guide you through the WSN maze.
Enabling Monitoring and Control of Resource Usage in Food Processing
This application note is a presentation reviewing why and how Wireless Sensor Networks should be considered by food processing companies wanting to improve efficiency. The presentation was delivered to the North-West Resource Efficiency club meeting of the Food Processing Faraday Partnership in April 2007.
Wireless Networks for Efficiency and Control of Waste