Remote Monitoring Packages
Stay ahead of critical errors by relying on SureSensor’s central station for data collection, equipment failure notifications, and certified technicians that are ready to assist when needed.
Self Monitor Solutions
With Our Basic Package, Take Responsibility For Monitoring Your Assets With Our Dashboard.
- Monitor Your Assets
- Receive Notifications Through Our Dashboard
- Hire Your Own Technician For Any Issues
- 2 Hour Response Time On Average
Our Premier Solutions Package Provides You With A Hands Free, Hassle Free Experience.
- Live Monitoring Of Your Assets By Our Team
- Get Notified When We Detect An Issue
- We Dispatch Our Technicians Out Right Away
- No down time, Quick Turnarounds When Errors Occur
Frequently Asked Questions
Sensor monitoring systems are a must for any facility that requires advanced automation. These remote monitoring and control technologies allow you to operate large or complex installations with little oversight. With sensor monitoring, the need for monitoring, data recording, and analysis are achieved digitally meaning all you need to do is check your sensor monitoring platform for a complete rundown of your systems and assets being monitored.
Sensor monitors are incredibly versatile, being able to monitor temperature, gas levels, voltage, pressure, and countless other metrics. These are universal device designed to monitor whatever it is you need. Sensor monitors can be integrated into any type of business to give you precise and accurate data.
Sensor technology has made major advances in recent years, with sensors being able to provide almost lossless transmission and continuous analysis. Sensor feedback services ensure that processes are active which leads them to execute optimally.
The sensor will constantly monitor the surrounding environment
• The data readings from the sensor will normally be analogue. Therefore, they will be converted to a digital signal for a computer system to process. This is done by an analogue to digital converter
• The digital signal is then sent to a microprocessor. The microprocessor processes the value and compares it to a pre-set value or range of values
• If the value is outside the acceptable range, the microprocessor will send a signal to an actuator to trigger any action that needs to be taken.