Kerberos' solutions for monitoring the health and safety of workplaces and meeting areas
Industry 4.0 certified IoT solutions in X-Monitor wireless technology in compliance with D.LGS 102:2014 and UNI EN 50001
X-Monitor wireless solutions in a wide choice of Meters and Counters for industrial, civil and cogeneration plants.
X-MONITOR's wireless IoT technology for monitoring and controlling lighting, mobility and environmental parameters
X-MONITOR's solutions and products for integrated management of energy, automation and environmental parameters.
Temperature monitoring and control in large spaces with the latest and most effective wireless IoT solutions
Dedicated solutions for monitoring Data centers telephone exchanges, radio stations and 19" rack systems
X-MONITOR monitoring and retrofit solutions for renewable energy to optimize production management
X-Monitor gateway 3G/4G/NB-IoT/LTE-M and Wi-Fi™ with Integrated Building Automation system
Wireless motion, temperature and lighting environmental sensor
Wireless ambient sensor of indirect CO2 and volatile organic compounds
Wireless infrared remote control for controlling air conditioners and heat pumps
ModBUS Pulse Counter for Fiscal Energy Meters with integrated Pulse Repeater
ModBUS Power Meter for 6-channel Continuous Current with OLED display and Hall effect sensors
The current pandemic has led to an increased focus on healthy environments. The IoT has helped transform areas that once seemed distinct into a supply chain.
It is now well known that the pandemic has placed a great deal of emphasis on the healthiness of indoor relational places, be they schools, offices, production plants, apartment blocks, etc. Environmental sensors are a very useful tool to contain the spread of viruses. Let's see how.
Zegna Baruffa Lane has chosen Kerberos as a partner for the energy efficiency and environmental monitoring of its historic Borgosesia factory. An important project that rewards our ability to accompany the customer towards tailor-made solutions.
A study by the University of Florida shows a correlation between indoor pollution and certain types of illness. Here's what you can do to make your social spaces healthy and comfortable.