Newsletter June 2019

Newsletter June 2019


The Adler Planetarium in Chicago, IL., recently deployed our wireless sensor system into their museum that houses more than 3000 objects either on display in an exhibition or in storage. On average, the staff at Adler typically spent 30 to 45 minutes each pass to record temperature and humidity values. Christopher Helms, Collections Manager for Adler, had looked at several options for automated data logging but was concerned with the complexity of the systems and total cost to install and maintain. With our NEW Temperature and Humidity Starter Kit, Chris saw the benefits and deployed our monitoring system with 81 wireless sensors making 240 measurements throughout the museum. Read More


Integrate measurement data from Swift Sensors into other information systems using the MQTT messaging protocol in addition to utilizing the Swift Sensors API. MQTT is a light-weight ISO standard for sending messages based on a publish-subscribe model. Contact us to enable MQTT integration for your account using your own MQTT broker or have a dedicated MQTT broker set up and managed by Swift Sensors. Contact Us


We’ve updated our Installation Guide for a more in-depth, step-by-step instruction for setting up your wireless monitoring sensor network. If you have any troubleshooting issues with your network, hardware or service please refer to the guide or contact us for more help. Download Now

Product Updates

Introducing the Wireless Ambient Light Sensor, perfect for measuring the intensity of visible light. The sensor matches the photopic response of the human eye and includes significant infared rejection. Output range of the sensor is 0.01 Lux to 83k Lux. Shop Now

Console Updates

We’re pleased to introduce operational modes for the cloud console. Operational modes make it easy to associate multiple thresholds with a sensor’s measurement and automatically switch the active threshold when the operational mode is changed. Learn More

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