Ambimon sensor battery lifetime doubled
01 June 2022: TerOpta has improved the lifetime of the coin-cell powered SB10 indoor sensors by a factor of two - from 2 years to 4 years. These compact devices monitor temperature, relative humidity and light level, now with an indication of remaining battery life, transmitting results every few seconds via Bluetooth radio.
Ambiex air quality sensors now feature AI technology
01 September 2021: Ambiex air quality monitoring units from TerOpta (developed during the REVIS project) have been enhanced to use sophisticated machine learning / artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms which boost accuracy of pollution measurements. Unit firmware updates are being rolled out "over the air", with no need for site visits, to equip existing field trial units with the new technology.
TerOpta featured in Pipeline Magazine
04 June 2021: The international communications technology journal "Pipeline" has published a feature article by TerOpta CEO, Mike Sharratt, on IoT and climate change, focussing on the REVIS project and TerOpta's low-cost solution for air quality monitoring. The article appeared in the magazine's June 2021 edition which has a special focus on "Innovation".
REVIS project reaches successful conclusion
31 May 2021: The REVIS project has concluded, with 14 active field trial sites in operation. Full commercialisation of the solution and further development of the hardware and software continue apace. Read more about the project here, and about TerOpta's Ambiex product here.
Proof of concept REVIS devices deployed
14 July 2020: Several proof-of-concept pollution-sensing devices have been deployed as part of the REVIS project, These devices will help confirm correct operation of the sensor hardware and "pipe-clean" the data paths up to the Cloud. Meanwhile, the full-spec REVIS devices are being tested and prepared for deployment. Read more about the project here.
Multiple i-REAP test sites equipped and under test
03 July 2020: Field trial deployments of TerOpta's building energy performance and internal environmental monitoring equipment are progressing well, reaching about half-way towards full deployment across five different sites, as part of the i-REAP project. Read more about this project here.