European Restoration Conference - HygroNet presentation

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Caption Data were delighted to do a ten minute presentation at the European Restoration Conference at the Belfry.
The presentation gives an overview of how cycle times can be reduced and restoration companies can operate in a more 'environmentally sound' manner.

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European Restoration Conference - HygroNet presentation

  1. 1. Remote Monitoring System for water damaged properties
  2. 2. Key Points:- • HygroNet and HygroNet SoLo hardware summary • Remote switching unit • Data from real losses • Benefits of remote monitoring
  3. 3. What does the HygroNet Do?It replaces this With.......
  4. 4. HygroNet System Set Up • Distributed, cost effective monitoring • Central base unit with battery powered license free sensors • On board GSM modem with automatic log in to web bureau • Can supply in kit form
  5. 5. HygroNet SoLo Flanges with fixing points On/Off Button• 100% battery powered• On board modem with automatic communication to web bureau• Takes all key drying measurements• Very Low Cost GSM Reception LED Position of Ambient WME Jack Temperature/humidity Socket Sensor
  6. 6. Remote Switching• Control unlimited 13 Amp appliances via and web browser• Work over mobile network• Full feedback to confirm switch has performed operation• On board battery to alert in the event of power failure• Full audit trail of unit operation via web bureau• Alarm via SMS/Email
  7. 7. Typical drying datawith sample points
  8. 8. What ishappening here?
  9. 9. Drying cycleback on track
  10. 10. Benefits Of Remote Monitoring• Consistently reduce cycle time and reduce cost• Provide audit trails of drying process• Manage sites and manpower more effectively• Optimise equipment usage, especially in surge conditions• Minimise secondary damage costs by closely supervising drying process• Reduce amount of unnecessary visits to site. Free your time up for other operations• Provide full audit trails of drying process
  11. 11. Thank YouPlease take time to visit www.captiondata.com

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