The Neon remote data monitoring system will not only save you time and money but also offers peace of mind when dealing with your important Data Monitoring requirements. Not only is the data instantly accessible from your PC or mobile device but with an added array of tools including scheduled reporting and active alarms, you can be confident in the reliability and integrity of your data.
Please take some time to view the demonstration Neon sites below. These have been carefully selected to illustrate the range and diversity of the Neon web data collection system. The links to the pages will take you directly to the Neon demo web page where you can view real time applications varying from Water Level Monitoring to Ports and Harbour Monitoring.
These are just a few examples of where the Neon remote data monitoring system can be implemented. There are many, many more applications where Neon can be used, either as a new installation or to automate existing manually operated sites. For more information please contact us.
NEON WEATHER STATION
This node shows a typical weather station, with several different instruments and a weather station display. The instruments are being read every 5 minutes and data is being sent to the neon Server every hour. There is a small solar panel powering this system with a backup battery.
NEON WATER METERING
This node shows a typical water metering application with a pulse output water meter being read by a Neon Metering Module, with data sent to the Neon Server every day. This is being powered by a single cell lithium battery.
This node shows a low resolution camera application, where a low resolution photograph has been taken on a regular interval and has been sent back to the Neon Server. This may be used in conjunction with measuring instruments and assists in reassuring a user that local conditions at the measurement site are normal. The image transferred back is a contained in a very small file. The camera is being commanded to take a photo under scheme control by a Neon Remote Terminal with data sent to the Neon Server every few hours.
NEON HIGH RES & VIDEO CAMERA
This node shows a high resolution camera, both video and still images can be taken with this high quality camera option. Bandwidth needs are much higher with this high resolution camera solution. The Camera is being commanded to take a photo under scheme control by a Neon Remote Terminal with data sent to the Neon Server at time of capture.
NEON EVAPORATION MONITORING
This application shows results from a standard evaporation measurement system, which often associated with a Weather Station. The instruments are being read under scheme control by a Neon Remote Terminal with data sent to the Neon Server every few hours.
NEON INDUSTRIAL MEASUREMENT
This node shows a typical Industrial measurement application, monitoring a power meter. being read by a Neon Metering Module, with data sent to the Neon Server every day.
NEON SOIL MOISTURE MONITORING
This node shows a simple soil moisture monitoring instrument. The instrument is being read under scheme control by a Neon Remote Terminal with data sent to the Neon Server every day.
NEON WATER LEVEL MONITORING
This node shows a shaft encoder water level measuring instrument. The instrument is being read under scheme control by a Neon Remote Terminal with data sent to the Neon Server every few minutes.
NEON ASSET TRACKING
This node shows a GPS tracker being read under scheme control by a Neon Remote Terminal with data sent to the Neon Server every few minutes. This provides geo referencing for any mobile measurement applications.
NEON PORTS AND HARBOURS MONITORING
This node shows how Port administration staff can easily access local wind and tidal information via the web. Port staff routinely rely on accurate local tide, current and weather information. Neon empowers port staff to manage the port’s shipping and general port operations safely and efficiently.
NEON INDUSTRIAL MEASUREMENT SCHEMATIC
This node shows a typical Neon industrial measurement schematic page that brings related measurement and monitoring information together in one place for ready reference and/or comparison. Data from disparate sensors can be brought together from multiple Neon pages for clear reference by supervisory staff.