Monitoring and Metering

Guardian journalists use AQMesh to highlight air quality risks in London

Supporting the aims of Clean Air Day (20 June 2019), the Guardian has published a short film demonstrating the changing levels of pollution that children are exposed to as they walk to school in London. The film can be viewed here. The Guardian Cities team worked closely with their colleagues …

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Storm chaser joins OTT Hydromet sales team

Brad Guay is no ordinary new recruit. With a degree in Meteorology from Penn State University, he has worked for the Colorado-based Center for Severe Weather Research on a tornado research project investigating ground level conditions inside tornados. Brad worked as part of a team which deployed meteorological instruments into …

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Yokogawa pursues collaboration in cold chain monitoring

Yokogawa and Finland-based Sensire have announced that they have reached an agreement for Yokogawa to take a €6 million stake in Sensire and to begin collaborating in the cold chain monitoring field. Through this initiative, both companies aim to develop and provide new services that combine Yokogawa’s Industrial Internet of …

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Registration opens for environmental monitoring event in India

Visitors to CEM India 2019 (New Delhi 24-26 Sept.) can now register online at www.cemindia.com. Focusing on continuous emissions monitoring, the event will provide access to information on new Indian environmental regulations, along with the latest monitoring methods and technologies for reliable regulatory compliance. The Indian Central Pollution Control Board …

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Hanwell acquired by Ellab

A UK manufacturer of wireless environmental monitoring equipment, Hanwell Solutions, has announced its acquisition by Denmark based Ellab, a global leader in thermal validation solutions for the pharmaceutical, medical and food processing industries. The arrangement is an ideal match as Hanwell’s wireless monitoring and control range is world renowned for offering …

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‘Slothbot’ takes a leisurely approach to environmental monitoring

For environmental monitoring, precision agriculture, infrastructure maintenance and certain security applications, slow and energy efficient can be better than fast and always needing a recharge. That’s where “SlothBot” comes in. Powered by a pair of photovoltaic panels and designed to linger in the forest canopy continuously for months, SlothBot moves …

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New addition to Air Monitors team

Air Monitors has announced the addition of Craig Sexton to its technical sales team. Craig will be based in Barnsley and responsible for customers and prospects in northern England. Welcoming Craig to the team, Air Monitors MD Jim Mills says: “This is an exciting time to join our company. Public, …

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New temp accessory doubles Legionella prevention

TME’s NEW Double TC Wall Port facilitates remote spot checks on two pipes from one location, offering double the efficiency for ACoP water testing. The dual socket is supplied ready wired with two K Type thermocouple fine wire probes which can be run up to 20 metres away to separate …

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SMTconnect trade fair: Precise, repeatable temperature profiling

At the 2019 SMTconnect, Fluke Process Instruments will present its new Datapaq DP5 data loggers for inline temperature profiling in reflow soldering processes. Launched at last year’s show, the profilers are now in serial production. They are showcased along with a comprehensive array of system components building on the established …

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Webinars added to ITC training programme for 2019

To make it as easy as possible for would-be thermographers to deepen their understanding of the science behind infrared inspection and apply it successfully in their working lives, Flir Systems’ Infrared Training Centre (ITC) has extended its training options. As well as its BINDT-accredited Category I, II and III courses …

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