Agilent Award for Innovation in Analytical Science
We are pleased to announce that our client, The Active Reactor Company, are finalists in the Agilent Award for Innovation in Analytical Science 2017 this coming Tuesday 12 September 2017.
- wind speed (external anemometer attached)
- sunlight level
- night light level (street light monitoring etc)
- PM2.5 particulate levels
- PM10 particulate levels
- Gases CO, H2S, SO2, NO2, H2S
- People counting (PIR based anonymous counting)
- Soil moisture levels (external probe)
It is also the HUB and coordinator of a Sensor Area Network that can include modules that can measure any of the above as well as:
- water level
- GPS location
- USB charger current (for usage analysis)
- counting any device or system that has a pulse output
- analog voltage measurements (AC and DC)
The arcHUB is solar powered and includes a cellular modem to allow reporting back to a web service. It is designed to mount to a pole using straps but can easily be mounted to a wall or any other typical structure. A typical scenario is measurements every 15 minutes (except people or pulse counting which are continuous) and uploading to the web service every hour.
With the release of CAT-M1 services across Australia by Telstra, we are expecting migrate to this communications standard because it will reduce power consumption by at least a factor of 4 which will further improve battery life.
We are looking forward to the awards outcome on Tuesday night and wish The Active Reactor Company all the best.
Successful Endeavours specialise in Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development, focusing on products that are intended to be Made In Australia. Ray Keefe has developed market leading electronics products in Australia for more than 30 years. This post is Copyright © 2017 Successful Endeavours Pty Ltd.