Do You Need A Remote Monitoring Device?

The way we do business in this technologically advanced society is so different from the way things were done in the not so distant past. Before, each plant or factory had to have its own monitoring system that was hard wired to the plant and had to have workers who will monitor it round the clock, then any threats either true or false ones had to be investigated and checked on. Needless to say the old ways was too costly for the company, you had to hire additional personnel, install monitoring equipment and train people how to use it. In the event of any issues and problems, one had to prepare protocols and measures to address it right there and then, thus you need additional manpower to be on call anytime problems arise. When a plant is running smoothly, and it is regularly maintained, very few problems actually occur, but since there is no way of knowing when it will happen, you needed to have people monitoring it even if most of the time they do not do anything but stare at the computer screens or check gauges and valves. This was additional costs that the company could have spent on projects or new equipment that would make the business grow. Thankfully, with the advancement in technology and connectivity, there are now a number of options to monitor businesses, plants, centers, labs and even properties remotely through remote monitoring devices.

What Are Remote Monitoring Devices?

                  Remote monitoring devices are an integrated monitoring system that protects your assets and properties from damage brought about by changes in temperature, humidity, water leaks, power failure and equipment failure. The monitoring devices are linked to your property and it is able to make use of several data points that tracks the changes to the weather, power outages, natural disasters and the like. When the levels fall below the accepted standards, the remote monitoring devices sends alerts to the property owners or managers so that this could be addressed readily. The alerts can be in the form of emails, text alerts, alarms and even initiating a precorded phone call or any means of communicating with the owner. The monitoring devices are manufactured to the specific needs of the client, hence, it can be used in highly complex plants such as power plants, water system, sewage treatment, and even in gas or oil rigs. It can also be used by medical and scientific laboratories, by libraries, clinics and schools with valuable and sensitive materials or even in museums were paintings and old documents must be kept in a specific temperature and humidity so as not to damage the art pieces. The idea behind is that, rather than spend money and resources on monitoring, it is best left to an automated and fully functional monitoring system.

What Are The Types of Remote Monitoring Devices?

                  Remote monitoring devices are a full range of monitoring systems that may take on various forms to better suit the needs of the clients. The Remote Monitoring System is designed to identify and log any changes to the environment of a plant or facility and to send out alerts whenever a change occurs. This is a complete monitoring system that is able to provide monitoring activities in the whole property, both in and outside of the facility. Then there is the IMS remote monitoring system which is capable of monitoring and identifying environmental threats to computer rooms and data centers, especially that sabotage and hacking are very real threats. It is often used in medical facilities, science and university laboratories, clinical facilities, pharmaceutical companies and food industries, since most of them have various locations and facilities. The IMS remote monitoring system was developed with the IT in mind and hence will focus on monitoring data points and computer systems. Any breach of unauthorized access will send out alerts.

                  There are also general sensors and accessories that can be used with the remote monitoring systems. Environmental sensors and devices are suited to be used in industrial and residential buildings and properties. The sensors can monitor a wide range of environment forces like humidity, water, temperature, vibrations, power failures, flow rate, equipment failure and a lot more. Moreover, the sensors and accessories and even the remote monitoring systems can function wirelessly. There is no longer a need for complex wires and cables which may often become an eyesore and is not really secure as anyone could gain access to the wires on site. There are available remote monitoring methods that can read sensor status from wireless sensors and be able to monitor for water detection, power failure, changes in temperature and humidity and it can as easily connect to existing equipment with the wireless contact interface devices.

The Importance of Remote Monitoring Devices

                  The remote monitoring devices provides valuable protection and information regarding the status of an asset, property, plant or facility twenty four hours a day, without bathroom breaks with  almost a hundred percent accuracy. It is like having access to remote plants or facilities in real time. Most of all, it is run through a secure facility and access is limited to those who are directly involved in the running and operation of the plant or the protection of its properties. Nowadays threats do not only come from the weather or the environment, but it can also come from competing businesses and interested parties, you need to be able to ensure that your properties are safe and secure at all times, and if threats do occur, you are immediately made aware of it and measures are instantly initiated to address it. It is a reality though that managing properties and businesses requires a lot of work and hours and getting a remote monitoring device frees you from having to be always on the lookout for potential threats and problems, real or imagined.

                  It is of immense importance to have remote monitoring devices on your property, plants and facilities as it will enable you to focus on improving performance and productivity rather than spending time watching and waiting if and when things will go wrong. With the monitoring systems in place, you can stop worrying and instead focus on growth and development.