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Temperature sensor: the temperature via wireless.

Research and Market has announced that global IWSN market will continue to constantly grow from $401.23 million in 2013 to $944.92 million by 2020. In particular, the wireless temperature sensor is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 13.42%.
(Source: Research and Market)

Why?

The wireless temperature sensors can be widely used in several fields where it’s necessary to measure the temperature. They are often integrated in the environmental monitoring systems: the sensors reveal and transmit data to a coordinator which is able to communicate with other machines in order to trigger the desired actions (M2M).

At home
This wireless sensor automatically detects the temperature in the rooms and it can be connected to other devices such as switches in order to create the optimal climate and save energy. Each process is automated on the basis of preset rules. (Smart Home and Internet of Things).

Agriculture
The wireless temperature sensor collects the external temperature data which will be processed in order to support the farmer’s decision-making concerning interventions.
In the vineyard, for example, the temperature measurement (it’s usually detected by a thermo-hygrometer that also monitors air humidity and dew point) is useful to evaluate the frost night or to prevent the grape deseases. The temperature is one of the factor responsible of downy mildew, powdery mildew and botrytis.

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The use of sensors makes it possible to cut down on the intensive use of phyto-sanitary treatments and contain the environmental and health risk.

Industry
The temperature sensor is used in many industries for monitoring multiple measurements of temperature in the plant in order to ensure an efficient management (petrochemical and automotive industry).
In the food industries, for example, this sensor is essential to maintain the integrity of the cold chain or obtain the best conditions in the manufacturing processes of the product.

The wireless temperature sensors will increasingly become common to guarantee, with the utmost precision, comfort and safety.





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