Recently, Valarm’s real-time sensor networks were demo’d live on stage in the keynote plenary at the Esri Federal GIS Conference in Washington, DC! We used temperature, humidity, light, and air quality sensors in the demo.
Take a gander at our air quality monitoring systems page for more on how you, your teams, and your organization can monitor air quality.
The story involves a scenario where the National Guard has been called in to carry supplies to storm victims after an evacuation due to a natural disaster. After integrating sensors with the emergency operations center, supplies were transported safely to a supply shelter for the emergency victims. Specifically, in the video above you see:
- Air quality sensors – CO2 / carbon dioxide and VOCs / volatile organic compounds
- Micro-climate weather sensor – ambient temperature, relative humidity, and barometric pressure
- Light sensor – lumens / lux
- Knob sensor – triggers / switches / electrical resistance / equipment run times tracking
These sensors are used to measure environmental factors. We also used a Yocto-Knob sensor to monitor a truck door opening and closing to know when it’s being unloaded or even looted.
Please don’t hesitate to Contact Us at Info@Valarm.net if you’ve got any questions.