Toronto, Ontario–(Newsfile Corp. – August 26, 2019) – BeWhere (TSXV: BEW) (OTCQB: BEWFF) (“BeWhere” or the “Company”), a Mobile Internet of Things (M-IoT) solutions provider, is pleased to announce the launch of its connected sensor solutions for the Agricultural, Government, Transportation and Construction industries, available now to BeWhere’s distribution partners.
BeWhere provides sophisticated low-cost asset tracking and environmental monitoring solutions. The M-IoT device natively monitors location, temperature, air pressure, humidity, light and motion/impact. BeWhere’s new solutions enable external wired and wireless sensors to seamlessly integrate with the device. The new solutions include the following:
1. BeSol BLU Gateway: BeWhere leverages its existing proprietary Bluetooth beacons as wireless sensors for monitoring location, temperature zones, light exposure and impact for goods in transit communicating through the company’s industry leading “BeSol” device. The BeSol BLU device, along with BeWhere’s wireless Bluetooth beacons, targets Transportation and Logistics industry applications.
Figure 1: Wireless BLE Connected Sensors to BeSol M-IoT Device
2. Water detection solution for monitoring potential floods or presence of water. The water detection solution targets applications in new and existing facilities in the construction and residential/commercial buildings industries. The water detection sensor is connected to the BeWhere “BeTen” and provides a real-time notification on the presence of water.
Figure 2: Water Detection Sensor
3. Weather station with soil moisture/underground soil moisture sensor solutions for monitoring soil water content to automate irrigation schedules for agriculture and government industries, either for near surface applications (solar-rechargeable “weather station”) or deep underground (connected to BeWhere’s “BeTen”).
Figure 3: Soil Moisture Sensor with Weather Station (left) and with battery powered BeTen device (right)
4. Weather station with leaf wetness sensor solution for monitoring moisture buildup on crops and plants. Prolonged or frequent leaf wetness creates an environment where pathogens can quickly progress. Leaf wetness sensors allow agriculture to understand susceptible conditions and allow for pro-active measures.
Figure 4: Weather Station with Leaf Wetness Sensor
5. Battery-powered water pressure sensor solution for above and underground frequent monitoring of water pressure in distribution pipes or fresh water mains. Customizable alerts on pressure thresholds allow proactive maintenance in case of leakage/blockage of a water supply system. BeWhere showcased a real-life use case during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona earlier this year.
Figure 5: Water Pressure Solution
BeWhere (TSXV: BEW) (OTCQB: BEWFF) is a Mobile Internet of Things (“M-IOT”) solutions company that designs and sells hardware with sensors and software applications to track real-time information on non-powered fixed and movable assets, as well as monitor environmental conditions. The company develops mobile applications, middle-ware and cloud-based solutions that stand-alone or that can be readily integrated with existing software. BeWhere’ solutions are cutting edge, using the latest available cellular technologies (LTE-M and NB-IoT) and offering customers low-cost sophisticated technology to implement a new level of visibility to their businesses.
Margaux Berry, VP Strategy and Growth
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Source: BeWhere Holdings Inc.
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