TasmaNet adds Indicium air sensors to its product offerings – Telco
Australian Internet of Things device maker Indicium Dynamics has signed a deal with Tasmanian telecoms operator TasmaNet for the resale of smart air sensors.
The Tasmania-based IoT and data integration company’s product monitors air quality in indoor spaces.
The sensors operate on TasmaNet’s Internet of Things (IoT) network and enable real-time monitoring of CO2 levels, which is visualized on Indicium’s cloud-based dashboard.
The provider said the data is viewable on any device and email or text message alerts can be set up to provide warning when CO2 concentrations in a monitored space reach an unsafe level.
In addition to CO2, the devices can also measure other environmental parameters, including temperature, humidity, light, and motion.
“We are delighted to be working with TasmaNet to provide an innovative monitoring solution that is easy to install, accessible and delivers tangible value in the form of real-time data and indoor air quality communication,” said the director of Indicium, Mike Ross. .
“Unlike wearables, our sensors provide long-term data retention, allowing our customers to make informed decisions about the safety and comfort of their indoor spaces at different times of day, in all seasons.”
The company’s air sensors were installed at the Tasmanian Taste of Summer event held
in Hobart in the New Year, the company’s customers also include schools. He said indoor air quality has been important to customers due to the spread of COVID-19.
In November last year, ASX-listed telecommunications company Field Solutions Holdings (FSG) acquired TasmaNet for $13 million.
FSG said at the time that TasmaNet’s capabilities would expand and accelerate the deployment of its Australian regional network across the country, including software-automated private cloud and managed services.
In August, TasmaNet launched its East Coast Cloud Node in Sydney to extend its TasmaNet Core private cloud platform.
TasmaNet chief executive Rob Vernon said at the time that the investment in the cloud node expanded the telco’s ability to provide elastic private cloud connectivity to customers and partners.