Autonomous vs. Server
Sensor data collected by any remote monitor must ultimately be
delivered to a person or information system. How that data gets
from 'Point A' to 'Point B' in a critical design decision that
affects both the reliability and the total cost of system
Monitoring offers two series of remote monitors at different
price points that give you the option to work with or without a
Messenger™ Remote Monitor:
The Messenger™ Remote Monitor tracks and reacts to
conditions at remote, unattended or inaccessible locations,
providing status reports, service messages and much more.
Configurable to a wide variety of sensor types, the Messenger
tracks conditions, such as such temperature, humidity, air
quality, sound level and occupancy, and delivers information via
three different communication modes - dial-up, cellular or
(Global Monitoring is currently
testing its next generation Messenger Remote Monitors for
cellular and satellite communications. Products are
scheduled for availability in October 2013.)
A field changeable
gateway simplifies changeover from one communications technology
and supports a large number of wireless sensors and modules at
Compatible with the Etherios cloud, these next generation Remote
Monitors offers unlimited scalability, with near real-time
access to sensor data from all sites.
Offering dial-up communications, the 8100 Series are ideal for
use in applications where Wifi, ZigBee or other
communications networks are not readily available.
Use of a popular cellular communications
network enables the 8200 Remote Monitors to provide data
in real-time in a variety of formats: cell phones, web
low-Earth-orbit communication satellites that
orbit just a few hundred miles above the Earth’s
Monitors provide cost-effective
tracking, monitoring and messaging capabilities to and
from anywhere in the world.
* Product availability in Oct '13
Sensor Alert: Cloud Server Required
Offering similar capabilities of the
Sensor Alert is less expensive as it relies on
the computing horsepower of a cloud server.
Capable of monitoring virtually any condition, the Sensor
Alert transmits raw sensor data to a server where it is
processed, analyzed and recorded before delivered to a cell
phone, computer or any defined destination.
For standalone use or in conjunction with a Messenger
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