How Does it Work?

Automated Monitoring is a digital replacement for manual systems where staff check the air or liquid temperature, humidity or open/close status of operational equipment regularly and record the results on paper or a PC. Automated Monitoring provides sensors that are placed on equipment and send time-stamped data (temperature for example) via the internet to a central database at intervals you specify as well as alerts and notifications to designated staff when that data falls outside of parameters you have specified. If, for example, the temperature inside a fridge used to store meat or drugs falls below a temperature you specify, the staff concerned will be notified so they can act before use of the content is compromised. If the internet connection being used by a sensor fails for any reason, it carries on recording data, an alert is sent to designated staff and the recorded readings can be retrieved. When alerts are raised the designated staff are prompted to enter their response and this is also logged for subsequent reporting. A range of standard and customizable reports are available so you can view sensor data live and interrogate the data readings taken for audit and performance management purposes. Digitized monitoring of operationally vital equipment AM_robot.png

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