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What is remote monitoring and IOT

It generally consists of three elements. Sensors, Comms Hardware and Receiving software.  These can be new or existing sensors (e.g. pressure, level, temp, humidity, flow, air quality, windspeed) providing the data to communications hardware which sends it to remote users or IOT Software.

Environmental Monitoring

Monitor outdoor and indoor air quality, check soil quality, improve energy management, minimise waste, ensure worker safety and prove compliance to regulations.  Remote monitoring and IIOT solutions can use existing or new sensors to provide data and control for all these applications and more. 

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Connected Sensors

Connected sensors refers to a wide range of measurement devices that can provide an output signal with the measured information.  This can be existing process or control sensors such as level transmitter or new sensors which measure the surrounding area such as air quality or temperature.

IIoT Software

Internet of things software gathers data and presents it to help users monitor their applications.  We can provide lower cost standard software for tank monitoring or reading of sensor data, to fully bespoke systems which looks for patterns and provide insights.

Communications Hardware

The comms hardware depends on the monitoring or control required. Solutions can be simple, such as sending an SMS text to inform an engineer of a level alarm, to use of low power wide area networks (LPWAN) to send measuring data to standard or bespoke IoT or local server based software.

      • Environmental Monitoring Sensors
      • Production Efficiency and Quality Control
      • Worker Safety and Productivity
      • Energy Management
      • Fuel Consumption Reports
      • Tank Inventory Management
      • Smart Agriculture
      • Regulation Compliance
      • GSM/GPRS 2G and 4G Industry 4.0 Hardware
      • NBioT and LPWAN Comms including Sigfox and LoRa
      • Solar Powered Comms Options
      • Software and Sensors As a Service Option

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Train level measurement, gauges and indicators

To solve a specific problem with access and the lack of height between a fuel tank and the trains body, AMS have modified the head of our approved level sensors to allow fitting in confined spaces. This development also removed the need for the transmitter to be located in a separate box on the side of the tank and allowed the sensor to be wired directly to the indicators, saving significant additional costs in materials and wiring time.

Train level measurement and control

Advances in the way instrumentation can be powered due to processing capabilities at reduced power levels, combined with the ever-continuing miniaturisation of electronics capability, has created the opportunity for rail companies to consider more modern electronic/digital technology as an alternative to the traditional methods for level measurement.

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