Temperature management is critical in many sectors (transport and the cold chain, spaces for receiving the general public, industry, warehouses, hangars, computer rooms, etc.) and businesses need to be capable of reacting efficiently to the situations facing them, such as a sudden temperature variation or a spike in power consumption.
At Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport, Hub One has deployed more than 200 IoT* sensors for Air France by drawing on the LoRa network, and has made available a data display interface. Easy to implement and requiring no wiring, the Hub One solution enables fast and fluid information feedback. Air France gets information about the status of the sensors and statistics on temperature changes and tracking, in particular in baggage sorting. In this way, Air France is able to control the temperature and to improve the comfort of its workers.
“We wish to support our customers and companies in every sector in optimising their energy impact and their sustainable development. Our solution can be adapted to the needs of each company, and offers precise monitoring in real-time of the temperature to be able to react rapidly and efficiently to whatever situations may arise, and to support our customers in their digital transformation,” says Fabien Viagas, Account Director at Hub One.
Backed by its technological expertise in complex environments and a member of the LoRa Alliance since 2015, Hub One offers end-to-end support for companies in the implementation of communications solutions, in particular IoT*, from site auditing through implementation of the mechanism to its in-service maintenance.
* Internet of Things