For specific needs, Smart Box & GeoPortal professional team offers Custom Solutions
Indoor Air Quality
Due to the climatic conditions of high temperature and humidity, indoor air spaces are cooled by air conditioners or central air cooling systems. To avoid cool air from escaping, which increases the operating cost, the same air is often circulated or not refreshed at all.
Indoor air pollution, in addition to incrementing the transmission of airborne viral diseases also cause fatigue, nausea, headache, nasal irritation , and dificulty concentrating. All of which can be avoided or reduced by ventilating indoor spaces correctly.
One of the most reliable ways to know if a space is ventilated sufficiently is provided by Indoor Air Quality sensors. These devices measure the CO2 concentration in the air.
Sensors are capable of automatic calibration to monitor CO2 levels correctly. The data is recorded and centralized to generate alarms improving decision-making on ventilation.
The Indoor Air Quality monitoring also measures temperature and humidity.
- Risk reduction of spreading airborne infectious diseases
- Enhanced comfort for workers
- Increased productivity of workers
- Reductions in health care costs
- Savings in energy costs
Water Level in Tanks
Facilities such as plants and residential complexes store water in tanks of various sizes for use in many applications, drinking water, irrigation agriculture, and fire suppression.
Those tanks frequently run low or completely out of water without the staff knowing about it. This results in abrupt interruption of water service and difficulties in water supply.
Those situations also frequently result in disruption of industrial production in factories and in dissatisfied users in residential complexes.
The Tank Water Level sensors from Smart Box & GeoPortal keep track remotely and in real-time of the level of the water. These devices measure the water level by taking periodic pressure readings from the bottom of the tank.
The water level is determined using a submersible hydrostatic pressure transducer. The data is collected and centralized to generate alarms based on different user-defined water thresholds.
- Enhanced water filling scheduling
- Allows providing continuous water service
- Allows better use of maintenance staff
- Enhanced user relationship
Energy bills don´t give visibility or sufficient granularity to many electricity parameters. This deficiency does not allow factories or facilities to determine the appliances using inefficiently and excessive energy.
As a result, many energy costs are and maintenance costs are unnecessarily high.
The electricity monitor from Smart Box & GeoPortal accurately measures the quality and the consumption of electrical power of any three-phase, split-phase, or single-phase circuit.
The monitor measures AC voltage and current with split-core transformers. The data is wirelessly communicated to our portal for users to visualize and analyze electrical energy consumption in real-time. Alerts are sent based on user-defined thresholds.
- Reduction of electrical energy bill
- Preventive maintenance on inefficient appliances
- Risk reduction of power outage
- Increased productivity of workers
Temperature and Humidity
Many warehouses, silos, containers, and food storing facilities lack real-time remote monitoring of temperature and humidity. This deficiency puts perishable food and sensitive goods at risk of being damaged or lost due to being exposed to excessive levels of temperature and humidity for a prolonged amount of time.
Due to lack of remote monitoring, unnecessary frequent visits to the facilities are done by the staff to manually check the temperature and humidity.
Temperature and humidity sensors are placed in strategic locations of the storage facility. The sensors take temperature and humidity readings at set intervals.
The sensors measure with high precision and are configurable to send alerts when user-defined temperature and humidity thresholds are exceeded. The sensors data is stored in the portal for visualization and analysis.
- More frequent and accurate measurements
- Better quality food
- Improved staff efficiency
- More efficient monitoring resulting in cost savings