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Temperature monitoring in IoT

Temperature monitoring has been one of the fundamental IoT data points to measure since the technology emerged. Reasons to monitor temperature can be for safety reasons, optimize indoor climate, or predict upcoming challenges to one’s operations. 

Typical temperature monitoring use case

A typical use case can be to monitor temperature and set up scenarios to optimize indoor conditions. For example, in such a scenario, the IoT platform can automatically instruct blinds to lower themselves when the sun is directly shining into an office and raising the temperature above preferred levels. 

Other applications can involve:

  • Monitoring freezers where increased temperature threatens stored food or medicine.
  • Preventing over-heating valuable equipment.
  • Anomaly detection.
  • Collecting data for future improvements based on trends analyzed.
  • And many more temperature-related applications

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The goal of the Connected Ship project is to develop and implement a horizontal ship digitalization platform to connect the different digital automation systems and IoT sensor networks across different communication standards on board a ship
The project will, with the help opf Machine Learning and AI algorithms, identify common sensor problems for the most interesting sensors in agriculture, including sensors for temperature, humidity, precipitation and wind in weather stations, sensors for soil temperature and humidity, etc. 

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