The system architecture is modular and flexible: it can be easily configured (mixing and matching the different components) to meet specific user requirements/applications.
Typical applications might include building energy efficiency
monitoring, for example testing the effectiveness of new energy
saving measures such as new thermostats or insulation using a
before and after trial. The system would enable the monitoring of
temperature in a number of rooms and outside, as well as monitoring
room occupancy and power, gas and water consumption. Data would be
captured at set intervals using unobtrusive wireless devices and
fed back as required to a central point for analysis.
In other examples, wireless devices could communicate Utility
consumption data to the central database and provide information to
consumers using a web application; or be used to monitor
environmental conditions in a nationwide network of warehouses.
The architecture is built around industry standards such as SQL,
supporting solutions using 3rd party or custom software and is
modular, enabling hardware or software to be added or changed. It
uses powerful, cost-effective ARM® microprocessors which deliver
fast, accurate data with connectivity options including ethernet,
wifi and GPRS. Components communicate locally or remotely over an
The data centric system enables users to gather data and store
it as it is needed.
Based in the UK, Metrology is a Division of Gemini Data Loggers,
the designers and manufacturers of the Tinytag range of data
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