PRESS RELEASE: SensorSuite Wireless Sensors Surpass 1.7 Million Data Points

TORONTO, Jan. 4, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SensorSuite Inc. (www.sensorsuite.com) announced today that their wireless sensors have transmitted over 1.7 million data points for their customers in a beta test.

SensorSuite’s low cost wireless sensors, in conjunction with the SensorSuite cloud sensor monitoring software, allow users to monitor various aspects of their business and personal environments, and receive alerts via SMS text or email when user defined conditions arise.  SensorSuite’s cloud monitoring solutions are on track to save businesses hundreds of thousands of dollars by detecting issues before damage or spoilage occurs.

“Our team is so excited to be part of the early movement of the Internet of Things.  We’re just getting started as we haven’t even officially launched anything to the public yet!

Businesses are really starting to see the value of wireless sensing technology, and realize the ROI that it brings. The fact that we have collected more than 1.7 million data points with more than half of those being collected in the past month alone, is a testament to the growth of wireless sensor technology acceptance and the evolution of the ‘Internet of Things,'” said Robert Platek, Founder and CEO of SensorSuite.

Key Features of SensorSuite Wireless Sensors:

  • Military grade, encrypted Zigbee wireless mesh protocol
  • Cellular and Ethernet gateways available
  • Wireless hardware optimized for reliable, low power and long range operation
  • Free cloud sensor monitoring and alerting software (accessible from anywhere)

 

About SensorSuite Inc.

SensorSuite is an Internet of Things infrastructure company involved in the design and manufacturing of turnkey, self-installing, low cost wireless sensor solutions targeted at the commercial, industrial and consumer markets. SensorSuite’s sensing solutions are designed to be easily installed and used by anyone wanting to remotely monitor information and activities, including: temperature, access, presence of water, light, humidity, and vibration in or around structures, machinery, and various environments.

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