In the transportation industry, shipments are often subjected to a range of external elements that put goods at risk of damage or spoiling. Depending on the cargo, freight could be exposed to varying temperatures, pressures and relative humidity. Then there’s the inevitable shocks and vibrations that goods contend with during transit. Some applications even expose cargo to extreme conditions, such as high pressure or intense motion. Safeguarding valuable produce and merchandise is a fundamental requirement for businesses. And this can have a costly impact if it’s not done effectively.
Our sensors are robust enough to accurately measure the CO2 levels of goods in transit, as an integral part of your transportation monitoring system. The sensors are built to endure external vibration and sudden shocks, as well as varying degrees of pressure. So they can be used to continuously monitor shipments, giving control and allowing for corrective measures to be taken accordingly.
Wireless transportation systems are now a reality, since our sensors are low power enough to be battery operated. With no cables to worry about, systems can be quickly installed in any desired area, with minimal disruption. Your system could even be a portable, handheld or wearable instrument, as our miniature sensors fit inside very compact products.