Menu

SMART HOME FEATURE NEWS

OneEvent Adds New Sensor to Their Lineup of Products

By Chrissie Cluney October 03, 2017

Is your home or office in need of a humidity and temperature sensor that is cloud based?

OneEvent Technologies, a startup that has created a predictive analytics engine for the building monitoring and security market, added a new humidity and temperature sensor to its list of innovative multi-sensors to augment its unique OnePrevent system.

The sensor’s purpose is to be an additional layer of security. The system can leverage a powerful cloud-based analytical engine that processes data collected by wireless sensors to determine what’s normal within a building or home environment. The OnePrevent sensor is capable of assisting installation professionals to expand their commercial and residential business with a preventative offering that is intuitive, easy to install, and complementary to existing building systems such as fire and burglary alarms.

“This is an amazing sensor addition to the OneEvent sensor portfolio,” said Dan Parent, chief operating officer and vice president of engineering, OneEvent Technologies. “It’s a very accurate and economical device, which wirelessly communicates the right data when we need it most. Coupled with a wide operating range, and a very long battery life, the new sensor will help the OnePrevent system solve all kinds of problems from preventing mold growth in buildings to understanding when normal cooking events trigger false smoke alarms. It even has a magnetic backing plate, allowing for quick installation inside metal buildings or inside refrigerators and coolers.”

The OneEvent-created humidity and temperature multi-sensor uses state-of-the-art sensor IC technology, which offers incredibly accurate measurements. It has wide operating range and excellent stability. This allows the device to be suitable for most harsh areas where accuracy is a must. The radio board interface allows the company’s transmitter to share environmental data with the OneEvent gateway, which provides state-of-the-art predictive analysis, health checks and mobile client notification.

Where can this device be applied? Applications for the humidity and temperature sensor include many places such as commercial server rooms, residential properties suffering from moisture buildup in basements and seasonal temperature variations, indoor pool areas, apartment complexes, restaurant cooking areas, and walk-in coolers and freezers.

This new device along with the other products from will bring humidity and temperature sensors into the future with their revolutionary new product. 




Edited by Ken Briodagh
Get stories like this delivered straight to your inbox. [Free eNews Subscription]
SHARE THIS ARTICLE
Related Articles

Together, peaq and AYDO Bridge IoT to Web3 for Dynamic Smart Home Applications

By: Alex Passett    1/22/2024

Last week, the tech teams at peaq and AYDO announced an expansion of the former's Web3 ecosystem in order to enable real-world blockchain applications…

Read More

Origin AI Raises $15.9M in Funding to Further Smart Home Wi-Fi Sensing Capabilities

By: Alex Passett    1/10/2024

Recently, Origin celebrated a new leap when the company announced the successful completion of its latest $15.9 million Series B extension round (with…

Read More

Through Fog, a Clear Solution: Enviroblind and Essence Group Supply Peace of Mind with MyShield

By: Alex Passett    1/3/2024

Essence Group and Enviroblind have partnered to offer MyShield, a standalone security application that generates fog as part of an intruder interventi…

Read More

Smarter Smart Home Living: Arlo Total Security's Comprehensive Capabilities

By: Alex Passett    11/30/2023

Arlo Technologies has availed its new Arlo Total Security offerings for those keen on adding reliable, up-to-date smart home technologies to their lif…

Read More

To Save Energy Resources, AI-Driven Home Automation Systems are Becoming Increasingly Intelligent and Valuable

By: Matthew Vulpis    11/21/2023

Energy enterprises must be ready with AI-driven, home-automated programs that can aid consumers in combating energy insecurity to help create a more s…

Read More