If you want to save time and money you can just get your outdoor pagodas and sensor enclosures here at shop.valarm.net. We highly recommend these sensor cases, pagodas, enclosures, boxes, much more than the fun experiment done below.
We recommend using GSM, WiFi, or ethernet connector devices / sensors hubs with any industrial sensors since they're much more reliable than Androids for Industrial IoT applications like:
- Natural resources
- Chemical cleaning companies
- Oil & gas
- Industrial cleaning services
- Water resources management
- Chemical distribution
- Fluids monitoring
You can use Valarm Industrial IoT, telemetry and remote sensor monitoring solutions with any of the following connector devices / sensor hubs:
Valarm Industrial IoT sensor data is GPS-tagged, time-stamped, and sent to Valarm Tools Cloud / tools.valarm.net via any internet connectivity like WiFi, ethernet, or cell network. With Valarm Tools Cloud you’ll find services for mapping, graphing, and APIs like JSON to help you with your real-time, geo-enabled sensor monitoring and Industrial IoT applications.
Valarm compatible sensors + Industrial IoT hardware are available at shop.valarm.net.
Have a look at Valarm's Industrial IoT Customer Stories page for more on what businesses and organizations are using these remote sensor monitoring and telemetry solutions and deploying Industrial IoT applications in a variety of industries.
Learn how all of this works together on our Web Dashboards for Industrial IoT, Telemetry, + Remote Monitoring.
Ever wanted to build your own affordable outdoor pagoda or Industrial IoT sensor enclosure? This instructable teaches you how to make your own pagoda (a.k.a Stevenson screen or instrument shelter) where you can put a weather, air quality, or any other sensor. After you have everything configured then deploy your pagoda in the field to collect your data and perform remote environmental monitoring, data acquisition, fleet tracking, and more Industrial IoT applications. Plus you can make sparks with a dremel as shown in this video!