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How do Industrial IoT (IIoT) Remote Monitoring Units get made for your organization's sensor telemetry needs?
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How do Industrial IoT / Remote Sensor Monitoring Units get made for your organization's telemetry needs? This video tutorial shows you step by step the key components for Industrial IoT. You'll see how they all come together to give your organization an effective way to remotely monitor industrial assets like: Air quality Water flow meters and pumps Fluid and chemical levels in tanks Weather + fire risk Fleet vehicles, e.g., trucks and trailers with industrial equipment like pumps and vacuums Questions? Please don't hesitate to Contact Us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions!
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