Sensing and Telemetry News
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Powelectrics have delivered several projects for a major supplier of oil industry and environmental services aimed at making businesses more resilient to unexpected events. This sewage plant project connects sensors to the cloud, enabling critical data and alarms to be delivered and timely action to be taken in case of gas emissions.
Powelectrics 'Connected Sensor' Solution Helps Keep Trains On Track for Longer By Monitoring & Controlling Grease Applicators
Powelectrics are working with an international manufacturer of products that enhance industrial asset longevity. We monitor and control lubrication applicators, which apply grease to railway tracks, to reduce friction-related wear and tear, especially near curves on the line.
Getting Clean Is A Dirty Business! A Powelectrics ‘Connected Sensor’ Solution is Helping Manage Hazardous Waste at a Hygiene Products Manufacturing Plant.
Powelectrics have delivered a number of projects for a fast-growing hazardous waste business. Our customer uses remote tank level monitoring to drive down costs via cost-effective collection scheduling. They also win business by assuring customers that they will not overfill, with all the messy and expensive consequences that would result from that.
Powelectrics are delighted to announce a third great quarter for 2018 and as a huge thank you to our excellent team, the company have been out to celebrate!
Powelectrics connected sensor technology is being used in a wide range of environmental applications, from waste oil collection and energy metering to flood monitoring. One area of growing interest is leachate management on landfill sites. This project enables leachate liners to be emptied automatically and landfill management can respond immediately if the pump appears to have failed, avoiding the environmental consequences of an overspill.