- Other - Battery
- Sensors - Temperature Sensors
- Quality Assurance
- Building Automation & Control
- Occupancy Monitoring
- Testing & Certification
When monitoring a healthy indoor environment, the parameters of the indoor climate including temperature, humidity, CO2 levels, adequate ventilation etc., are all directly tied to overall wellbeing. Building operators need a solution to gain remote intelligence on building conditions to monitor indoor climates. In Short, there is a lack of low-cost, end-to-end solutions available capable of ensuring that every home is not only a safe and healthy environment but can also do so in a way that gives the end user complete control in an end-to-end user-friendly interface.
About The Customer
golden is a data analytics company and part of the Morgan Sindall Group PLC, one of the UK’s leading construction and regeneration groups. They are experienced in delivering integrated property services, construction, infrastructure, partnership housing, and urban regeneration and present a software platform that helps property services teams improve the health of residential and commercial properties.
Through a series of connected sensors and devices, goldeni provides insights into home health, safety, and environmental impact. It delivers real-time data and actionable insights to service and maintenance teams. To support Morgan Sindall in these efforts, TEKTELIC is providing TEKTELIC’s Smart Room Sensor, as the industry-leading versatile LoRaWAN® sensor with many observational capabilities, and real-time data uploads, easy set up, and minimal installation requirements.
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