New Environmental Monitor Creates a Buzz
Mar 31 2016 Comments 0
AcSoft Health & Safety (UK) has recently added the Greenbee Environmental Monitor from Azimut Monitoring to its portfolio of market-leading products. This cost effective Smart City environmental management system offers ease of installation, almost zero maintenance and low energy consumption.
AcSoft’s Greenbee environmental monitor offers multi-sensor and permanent measurement. It allows simultaneous monitoring of various outdoor environmental parameters on a convenient 24/7 basis. These include noise, odour pollution, climate (temperature, relative humidity and wind speed and direction), photochemical and PM1 particulate matter.
The Greenbee system is self-powered on solar panel and buffer battery, requiring no wiring. A special fixing mechanism means it can be easily installed on any upright stand.
Utilising a variety of Smart Technology, Greenbee communicates via GPRS and continuously transfers collected data to Azimut Monitoring’s secure servers. It is linked to various web applications for relevant and contextual data exploitation.
A secure web portal called Agora allows data browsing for in-depth and long term analysis, whilst WebTV is a dynamic and optimised interface for screen display or website integration to facilitate promotion of environmental initiatives.
A warning can be transferred by SMS or email where there has been a threshold overrun for optimum reactivity in abnormal situations. Greenbee can provide downloadable tailor made reports in CSV or html format through FTP link or collaborative platforms.
Azimut Monitoring’s Didier Dufournet comments: “We are delighted that AcSoft is now offering our popular Greenbee Smart City environmental management system in the UK. Economic downturn resulted in a major drop in public funding for environmental monitoring solutions - considered expensive in terms of investment and operation. At the same time, awareness of the health risks associated with exposure to various noise and air pollution nuisances has continued to increase.
Didier continues: “However, the recent emergence of Big Data and Smart City initiatives has meant that environmental protection monitoring applications are now being successfully applied on a local and regional scale. This trend led to the development of our Greenbee monitor.
“Importantly, it doesn’t offer over specified accuracy,” he adds. “It does boast ease of installation, low energy consumption, reduced size and weight, and close to zero maintenance requirements. It has already proved successful in monitoring high nuisance activities such as airports, construction, racing circuits and ports, as well as urban environmental management like noise observation, festivals and public safety.”
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