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Learn about SignalFire’s groundbreaking sensor-to-cloud platform for industrial process monitoring

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World Pipelines,


A new video from SignalFire Wireless Telemetry introduces the Ranger cellular-based transmitter, the next-generation remote monitoring solution for the industrial sector that delivers on the promise of sensor-to-cloud with a plug-and-play experience.

Utilising LTE CAT M1 technology designed for IoT devices, the Ranger connects industrial sensors to the cloud for remote monitoring, control and alarming. By connecting directly to the cloud, the Ranger node bypasses local networks to offer a more secure connection without adding more work for IT departments.

The Ranger cellular transmitter features a web and mobile friendly SignalFire Cloud interface, which allows users to remotely monitor assets, view trends, and receive alarms either by text or email. The SignalFire Cloud uses secure MQTT technology for integration with private cloud platforms, when applicable. Operators can turn on/off the relay output from the cloud interface to remotely control pumps, motors, valves and more.

By using cellular technology, the Ranger meets the need for monitoring isolated measurements or 'lone rangers' where it is cost-prohibitive or complicated to simply get a reading from a sensor. Cloud connectivity removes barriers in collecting data from assets located in impassable locations.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/product-news/19022020/learn-about-signalfires-groundbreaking-sensor-to-cloud-platform-for-industrial-process-monitoring/

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