CONNECTED COOLER

Retail companies spend millions – sometimes hundreds of millions – of euros into retail display coolers for better product placement and improved quality. Coolers are typically provided to stores free of charge with the promise that they will increase sales to cover the investment. The challenge is that after the cabinets are delivered, the owner has very little visibility and control over these assets.

NETOP Connected Cooler can give you visibility of your coolers almost globally. You’ll know if they’re fully stocked, if they’re at the right temperature and even if they’re not where they should be.

HOW TO?
Connected Cooler

Coolers are equipped with NETOP temperature and asset sensors embedded with LoRa Technology. Data from the sensor is periodically sent to a LoRa- based gateway. Gateway sends information to network server and the end user web application.

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Connected Cooler Process

Retail | Supermarkets | Shopping Malls | Many Grocery Stores

TANK LEVEL MONITORING

Fuel dealers use supply tanks to store a wide variety of compounds, including heating oil, gas, propane, and water. The supply tanks need to be refilled when they are low to allow un-interrupted operations.

By implementing a smart tank level monitoring system, comprised of sensors and gateways embedded with LPWAN Technology and an intelligent low power, wide area network based on the respective LPWAN protocol, fuel dealers can optimize their deliveries and decrease their discretionary spending on fuel delivery by up to 80%.

HOW TO?
Tank Level Monitoring

NETOP Technology enables connectivity, real-time analytics, reporting, and additional functions such as geolocation. Sensors are placed throughout a manufacturing plant to monitor the values of different processes.

Sensors periodically measure all needed values and send the data to the cloud.

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Tank Level Monitoring Process

Fuel tanks | Heating oil tanks | Water tanks | Milk Tanks

PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE

Identify potential equipment problems before they occur by monitoring temperature, power, sound, and other elements using  NETOP sensors embedded with LPWAN Technology.

By implementing a predictive maintenance solution comprised of sensors and gateways embedded with LPWAN Technology and an intelligent low power wide area network based on the respective LPWAN protocol, information on equipment temperature, power, sound, and more can be gathered. An example of this is the monitoring of ventilation fan motors which are operating almost 24 hours a day. Different mechanical harmonics as they age are well identified, and by using a LPWAN-based sensor and modem, the health of the motor and its life cycle position can be communicated to alert the need for replacement of the motor.

HOW TO?
Predictive Maintenance

Equipment status data collected by a sensor embedded with NETOP LPWAN Technology. Data from sensor is periodically sent to a LPWAN-based gateway or base station. Gateway sends information to network server where the data is analyzed by an application server. Application server sends alerts to facility manager via mobile device or computer.

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Predictive Maintenance Process

|Manufacturing Facilities|

LIQUID PRESENCE

Liquid presence detection systems are commonly used to monitor leaks, but in many cases, they are placed at long intervals along a pipeline due to the high cost of deployment. But internet of things (IoT) sensors and networks promise to cost-effectively add more sensors to these systems to detect leaks faster and minimize any damage or losses.

By implementing a liquid presence detection systems comprised of sensors and gateways embedded with LPWAN Technology, and an intelligent low power wide area network based on the respective LPWAN protocol, pipeline operators and industrial facility managers get the long-range wireless network coverage they need combined with the long battery life required for remote sensors.

HOW TO?
Liquid Presence

Internally-based and externally-based sensors on above- ground systems monitor the presence of liquid outside of the system to pinpoint leakage. Sensors use NETOP LPWAN to communicate and send data to LPWAN-based gateway. Gateway sends information to the Cloud-based server where the data is analyzed by an application server. Application server sends alerts on potential leakage incidents to system operators via mobile device.

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Liquid Presence Process

LPWAN-based liquid presence systems help organizations to ensure the integrity of liquid transport and processing systems minimizing damage and losses from leakage.

INDUSTRIAL REMOTE MONITORING

Reduce maintenance trips, improve customer service and get full control of your industrial machinery and devices at anytime from anyplace.

Online access to energy consumption, performance levels etc. Facilitate energy audits — get statistics and reports on historical consumption. Get alarms whenever certain levels are reached, if the machine has stopped etc.

HOW TO?
Industrial Remote Monitoring

Data is collected by NETOP sensors embedded with LPWAN Technology. Data from the sensors is periodically sent to a LPWAN-based gateway. Gateway sends information to network server where the data is analyzed by an application server that can be located in the building or in the Cloud Application server.

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Indusrtial Remote Monitoring Process

|Manufacturing Facilities|

INDUSTRIAL MONITORING

Industrial monitoring is a key element of industrial production processes. Alloy melting quality in the automotive industry, foil thermoforming in the plastic industry, or glass syringe production in the life science industry requires temperature measurement across the entire production line. An undetected anomaly in such production processes could cost millions of dollars.

By implementing an industrial temperature monitoring system comprised of sensors and gateways embedded with NETOP Technology and an intelligent low power wide area network based on the respective LPWAN protocol, manufacturers can more tightly control the quality of their production process.

HOW TO?
Industrial Monitoring

NETOP Technology enables connectivity, real-time analytics, reporting and additional functions such as geolocation. Sensors are placed throughout a manufacturing plant to monitor the values of different processes. Sensors periodically measure all needed values and send the data to the cloud.

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Industrial Monitoring Process

Alloy melting (automotive)|Foil thermoforming (plastics) | Glass syringe production (life sciences)

AIR QUALITY

Sensors placed indoors can analyze indoor air quality, monitor pollutants to ensure proper and safe indoor air quality

By implementing an indoor air quality tracking monitoring solution comprised of sensors and gateways embedded with LPWAN Technology and an intelligent low power wide area and other facilities can analyze indoor air quality, monitor pollutants to ensure proper and safe indoor air quality.

HOW TO?
Air Quality

Indoor air quality data is collected by sensors embedded with NETOP LPWAN Technology. Data from the sensor is periodically sent to a LPWAN- based gateway. Gateway sends information to network server where the data is analyzed by an application server that can be located in the building or in the Cloud Application server sends alerts based on environmental factors threshold as of CO2 levels to consumers or facility managers via mobile device or computer to guarantee indoor air quality.

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Air Quality Process

Residence | Hotels | Hosptitals | Offices