If you work at a zoo, wildlife preserve, or animal research center, you know how important continuous monitoring of environmental conditions is to ensuring animal safety. It isn’t easy to maintain an ideal living environment for animals from all over the world. Living areas need to be kept to exact standards to ensure that animals remain safe and comfortable.
Proper storage of pharmaceuticals from research and development through dispensing is crucial to ensure that the products remain safe and effective. Temperature and humidity can have drastic effects on drugs and their ingredients. If stored at the wrong temperatures for even a short period of time, they can become ineffective, lose potency or even become harmful to patients.
Data center outages can last anywhere from seconds to hours. But regardless of the length of time a system is down, unexpected downtime can cost you revenue, customers and brand loyalty. This is why it’s critical to ensure continuous monitoring against common culprits for data center downtime. Even if you have a DCIM, it is ideal to have a redundant system that can provide immediate notification of alarms from your UPS, PDU, and other critical equipment.
Here are some of the top causes of data center downtime and strategies for how you can prevent them from happening in your data center.
Remote monitoring is critical to your operations. Without a reliable monitoring solution, you have no way of knowing when issues occur after hours unless you have personnel at the facility 24/7. Even then, you run the risk of overlooking equipment issues or status changes that cannot be detected without the appropriate sensors and monitoring system installed.
Improving efficiency is a top priority for data center managers. In today’s data-driven world, server rooms and data centers play a critical role in keeping businesses up and running. According to Gartner, the average cost of data center downtime is $5,600 per minute. That’s why data centers need to have systems in place to ensure continuous monitoring of equipment status and environmental conditions.
Storing temperature-sensitive products presents many challenges for food supply companies. Food that isn't stored properly can spoil quickly and become unsafe to eat. In fact, the Food and Architecture Organization of the United Nations reports that one-third of all the food produced in the world for human consumption is either lost or wasted - 1.3 billion tons!
During winter months, it’s important to make sure your home or vacation home is protected against falling temperatures. Temperatures can drop rapidly if the power fails or the heater stops working, causing the pipes to freeze and burst. Maintaining an optimal temperature is critical to preventing frozen pipes and thousands of dollars in repairs.
Installing a home freeze alarm can help give you peace of mind when you’re away from home for long periods of time.
Sensaphone recently exhibited at the International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (or AHR Expo) in Atlanta. It's the world’s largest HVACR event, bringing together industry professionals from around the world to share ideas, showcase new technology and discuss trends. This year’s expo was a huge success with more than 45,000 people attending.