Keller’s digital pressure gauge for refrigeration systems.
In the Dutch province of Limburg, the Grensmaas Consortium extracts about one hundred thousand tonnes of gravel every week. A quantity that requires an enormous logistical operation. Stopping the process is not an option. And certainly not unannounced. With one single sensor, Hans van der Meer can monitor that risk.
IoT - The Internet of Things starts with a sensor
These days, water is generally supplied via a permanent underground system of pressurised pipes. Secure water pipeline networks form the backbone of our modern society. The water flow rate in pipelines can be regulated by adjusting the pressure in the system.
Keller’s range of no less than five intrinsically safe electronic pressure gauges for use in areas subject to gas explosion risks. The type approvals are compliant with the ATEX Explosion Protection Directive regarding explosive gases.
ARC1 with the latest NB-IoT and LTE-M mobile communications technology
IoT water level pilot project with a surprising outcome at Kololo Game Reserve.
Keller has upgraded the Keller ARC1, Keller's IoT communications module, to the latest transmission technology with NB-IoT (narrow band) and LTE-M.
The manufacture of tugboats by ship builder SA Shipyards, for end user Transnet, provided Instrotech an opportunity to develop a technical solution for diesel tank monitoring.