One of our network sensors recently had a very special mission. It helped our coworker Steffi to hatch chickens in an incubator. In order for the climate conditions to be as close to natural conditions as possible, the temperature in the incubator needed to remain at a constant 37.5 to 38 °C. For the first […]
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egnite has released a first trial version of a sensor cloud (palamoa.de). The name Palamoa derives from the Hawaiian word for cloud. This sets the cornerstone for a flexible IoT platform for interconnected real time applications. Although the test version’s functionality is still restricted, it already allows for the configuration of a so-called dashboard that […]
The 23rd annual trade event „Hightech auf dem Olympiaturm – Messtechnik München“ is taking place in Munich on the 5th and 6th of July 2017. Among other things, you will be able to take a look at the Web Thermo-, Hygro-, Barometer Querx THP at the organizer Meilhaus Electronic’s booth.
On the 31st of March 2017 the FBS2017 trade fair for digitization and IoT was hosted in our building in Castrop-Rauxel, Germany. We attended the fair and set up a booth. A Node.js server was installed on the web, in order to stage our Querx sensors’ integration possibilities. The server continuously received the current values […]
In its first issue of 2017, the German refrigeration magazine tk-report minus 18 lists the technical innovations of 2016 and highlights useful applications for industrial users of refrigerators or cold rooms. The Querx WLAN sensors’ logging capabilities are emphasized, as they facilitate the compliance with HACCP documentation requirements in the food service sector. The configurable email […]
With IoT Monitor by Codenize, you easily access the measured data of your Querx web thermometer from your iPhone or iPad. The iOS app uses a Xively cloud feed to display the data. ThingSpeak is currently not supported, but in planning stage.