Secure cloud based climate monitoring
Spook's secure remote monitoring service called OmniWatch is designed to work with most climate measuring hardware and sensors making monitoring the environment easy, cohesive and technically advanced.
OmniWatch's main function is to alert users to changes to the sensors being monitored via email, SMS and UK call centre. In addition, Spook understands that users real-time dashboards must be intuitive yet functionally rich. That's why OmniWatch's functionality has been and continues to be designed by customer led feedback.
Spook's customers range from organisations that have already invested in climate monitoring equipment and want a central cloud based service that is easy to use and functionally advanced to businesses that are considering monitoring for the first time and want a hassle free, out-of-box monitoring solution.
Key climate conditions OmniWatch can monitor
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Thermal condition monitoring.Read more
Atmospheric moisture control.Read more
Water droplet condensation.Read more
Measuring the movement of air.Read more
Water and moisture monitoring.Read more
Measuring LUX (luminescence/unit area).Read more
Temperature monitoring is an important measurement for climate control and is perhaps the most commonly measured condition of all environmental states.
Whether you need to know if it's too hot, too cold or simply that there is a rapid change; measuring the activity of temperature is key to climate monitoring.
Measuring relative humidity (RH) is important because the amount of water that can be contained within a volume of air is not fixed. As air temperature increases the air has the ability to hold more and more water vapour.
As air temperature decreases, the air's ability to hold water decreases. The effects of too high and too low humidity can directly impact the safe running of equipment.
Dew point is inextricably linked between temperature and relative humidity. Dew point is the temperature at which water vapour in the air starts condensing.
Environments with high relative humidity (RH) and rapid changes in temperature are most likely to experience condensing humidity. Dew point is always expressed as a temperature (°C). Try Spook's free dew point calculator here.
Airflow monitoring has always been important to ensure ducts and airways are free from blockage. However, since the Covid-19 epidemic of 2020 airflow monitoring is fast becoming a necessity.
According to the UK Health and Safety Executive (HSE) the risk of air conditioning spreading coronavirus in the workplace is extremely low as long as there is an adequate supply of fresh air and ventilation.
Monitoring water ingress is one of the most important conditions to monitor as water has the power to cause immediate disruption. Water has the potential to do the most damage in the shortest amount of time.
Whether there is a burst water pipe, build up of storm water or a boiler leak; knowing there is water ingress gives valuable early warning time to remedy matters before it becomes a deluge.
Monitoring light has many applications, from knowing whether lights are on or off for safety reasons to more security based applications such as monitoring light in parking lots, garages and common areas of use in commercial buildings, they all benefit from monitoring light.
Measuring light is also importation to agricultural businesses such as greenhouse and crop management, understanding LUX can assist maximising growing conditions of plants and vegetation.
Get in touch with Spook
Please contact us if you wish for further information on how Spook can help with your environmental and power monitoring needs.