Intro to Web-Based Remote Monitoring

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Intro to Web-Based Remote Monitoring

Monitoring your remote gas detection, noise, heat stress, and perimeter dust applications can be a chore: driving out to the monitoring site takes time and effort, and doesn't give you real-time updates on your projects. Using web-based tools, you can keep track of real-time application data from your PC, tablet, or cell phone. But how does it all work?

In our next free webinar, Netronix' Yemi Muftau-Lediju will teach our customers the capabilities of remote monitoring and how cloud-based tools add functionality to your monitoring solution. Please join us on December 2 for his tutorial on how to get monitoring alerts by text or email, and how to see real-time data from your application using a cell phone, PC, or tablet. In this 45-minute free webinar, he will cover the following:

  • Conventional remote monitoring solutions
  • Introduction to web-based application monitoring and the Internet of Things (IoT)
  • The Netronix solution: a datalogger, gateway, controller and more
  • Getting started with Environet cloud-based application

Recorded Friday, December 2, 2016 at RaecoRents

About the speaker: Yemi Muftau-Lediju is a technical solutions specialist at Netronix, specializing in remote monitoring applications. He works closely with companies and their technical teams to efficiently take advantage of the many powerful features of Netronix’ remote monitoring solution while providing impeccable customer support.

Yemi studied electrical/computer engineering At Temple University in Philadelphia and has experience with computer hardware, micro-controllers and other IoT related devices. He enjoys educating the environmental protection sector on the available IoT technologies and how they can benefit from them.

We thank Yemi for sharing his knowledge during this exclusive session for our customers.

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