Oizom unveils an affordable & smart Industrial air quality monitor, AQBot
Category: #headlines  | By Mateen Dalal  | Date: 2022-03-18 |
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Oizom unveils an affordable & smart Industrial air quality monitor, AQBot

Oizom, an Ahmedabad-based environment monitoring technology service provider, has recently launched its innovative AQBot, which is a single parameter, industrial grade air quality monitoring device.

Reportedly, the lightweight, compact, feature-enriched device supports consultants and industries with an advanced monitor for precise and target pollutants.

AQBot, an all-inclusive, industrial-grade air quality monitoring equipment supervising device is available in almost 14 variants and assists in detecting plethora of particulate matter and air pollutants like NO2, SO2, TVOC, NO and others along with particulate matter such as PM1, PM2.5, PM10 and PM100 and noise.

It also supports real-time actionable insights for wide industrial requirements.

Apparently, AQBot was inaugurated during a recent webinar consisting of around 250 people throughout 30 nations.

As per credible sources, the equipment offers trustworthy data in no time for actionable insights to ensure safety to the plant managers and guides them to initiate prompt action in revamped industrial set-ups.

According to reports, AQBot is fitted with ARM Cortex A-72, a quad-core processor which permits it to manage different processes side by side. It also is equipped with 2GB RAM along with eMMC ROM of 8GB which lets industries store air quality data for almost 12 months if there is a network connectivity interruption.

Mr Vyas, Chief Executive Officer at Oizom, stated that the industrial air quality supervising systems necessarily need to be compatible with various communication protocols like CANBus, MODBUS, RS-232, RS-485 along with wireless communications like WiFi, GSM, LoRa that are used to give insights regarding the industrial air quality.

Vyas added that AQBot is communication-skeptical and solves holdups of prevailing solutions with advanced efficiency.

It has been reported that to obtain actionable information, consumers can rely on a device-based display supported by web centric user-friendly software.

Source Credits:- https://www.prnewswire.com/in/news-releases/oizom-launches-aqbot-a-smart-affordable-industrial-air-quality-monitor-889061731.html

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