IoT Wireless Sensors

IoT Wireless Sensor Network solutions from Save9

An IoT (Internet of Things) Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) refers to a group of spatially dispersed and dedicated sensors for monitoring, and recording the physical conditions of the environment, and collectively pass on such data through a wireless network to a internet-based location. WSNs measures the environmental conditions like temperature, sound, pollution levels, humidity, wind speed and direction, pressure, etc.

The nine Libelium Wireless sensor network (WSN) models available from Save9 provide the same quality and accuracy as traditional wired measurement systems, but with increased flexibility (more than 60 sensor types to choose from), lower costs, and the ability to create smart WSN systems with Save9 cloud and wireless networking services.

There are multiple radio deployment options for the Waspmote Plug & Sense! smart devices in order to communicate between the sensor nodes and the Gateway. ZigBee and 802.15.4 are commonly used in order to create tree and star topologies. Wi-Fi can be used to connect with any Wi-Fi AP (Access Point) while the 3G/GPRS radio can be used in order to send the sensor data directly to the Save9 Cloud without using an intermediate Gateway.

The complete list of available radio transmission technologies are:

ZigBee (2.4GHz)
802.15.4 (2.4GHz)
WiFi (2.4GHz and 5GHz)
LoRa RF (868MHz)
LoRa RF (900MHz)
3G/GPRS (Quadband: 850/900/1900/2100)
Bluetooth Low Energy (2.4GHz)

Save9 has the necessary skills and expertise to deploy a complete urban, rural, industrial or maritime Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) IoT (Internet of Things) project including Radio Mast Installations and Internet Connectivity for your smart remote monitoring and data collection.

Smart Cities Sensor

Smart City Sensor
Smart Cities is specially designed to cover applications in urban spaces such as the air quality, waste container levels, structural health and noise maps. Sensors:

Dust concentration
Linear displacement of cracks

Smart Water Sensor

Smart Water Sensor

Smart Water provides sophisticated monitoring of water quality and environmental variables in rivers, lakes and the sea. Sensors:

Oxidation-Reduction Potential (ORP)
Dissolved Oxygen (DO)
Dissolved Ions (Na+, Ca+, F-, Cl-, Br-, I-, Cu2+, K+, Mg2+, NO3-)

Smart Security Sensor

Smart Security Sensor

Smart Security is focused on the detection of perimeter intrusions and on events such as water presence and door and window openings. Sensors:

Hall effect
Water presence
Liquid level
Liquid flow

Smart Parking Sensor

Smart Parking Underground Sensor
Smart Parking provides detection of available parking spaces by placing the node under the pavement. It works using magnetic sensor interference technology which detects when a vehicle is present or not. Sensor:

Magnetic field (3 axis)

Radiation Control Sensor

Radiation Sensor
Radiation Control is designed to measure radioactivity levels. It includes a Geiger sensor which detects gamma and beta particles. Sensors:

Geiger tube [ ß ] (Beta)
Geiger tube [ γ ] (Gamma)

Ambient Control Sensor

Ambient Control Sensor
Ambient Control allows to you to create basic environment parameters monitoring using the temperature, humidity and luminosity sensors. As well as this, movement and vibrations can be measured by the internal accelerometer. Sensors:

Luminosity (LDR)
Luminosity (Luxes Accuracy) for Smart Lighting

Smart Metering Sensor

Smart Metering Solution

Smart metering allows to perform electricity measurements and control in tank levels. Sensors:

Liquid level
Liquid flow

Smart Agriculture Sensor

Smart Agriculture Sensor

Smart Agriculture is designed to perform monitoring of plants and their cultivation in both urban or rural settings – example deployments include irrigation monitoring on golf courses and parks, farm crop management and greenhouse control. Sensors:

Soil moisture
Soil temperature
Leaf wetness
Solar radiation
Atmospheric pressure
Stem diameter
Wind vane
Ambient temperature

Smart Air Sensor

Air Quality Monitoring Sensor

Smart Air Environment is focused on projects in which air quality needs to be measured. Sensors:

Carbon Monoxide (CO)
Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
Oxygen (O2)
Methane (CH4)
Hydrogen (H2)
Ammonia (NH3)
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)
Ozone (O3)
Hydrocarbons (VOC)
Pressure atmospheric