WirelessThings’ 2nd IoT device hits the shelves.
Following the launch of their Wireless Temperature Sensor two weeks ago, Nottingham based Internet of Things (IoT) manufacturer, WirelessThings, today announces the launch of their second plug & play IoT device, the Wireless Ambient Light Level Sensor.
Built to last more than a decade on a single battery, the Wireless Ambient Light Level Sensor has been designed for anyone wanting to create their own network of connected devices.
The potential applications for this device are varied – from monitoring lighting in communal areas, to optimising growing conditions for plants, you can even start setting some rules in your own software around the data generated – such as:
- Automatically turning on the lights in your living room when it gets too dark.
- Monitor all the lighting in your home at the office to help minimise energy bills.
- Trigger lamps, heaters or irrigation systems if light levels are insufficient for plant growth.
The launch of IoT devices by WirelessThings supports their ambition, to make interacting with your surroundings easier, simpler and more exciting and useful than ever before.
All of these new and exciting devices and sensors use the open messaging standard The Language of Things to communicate between one another.
The Language of Things is an open, licence-free and standardised way to interact with IoT devices. One of Its' features is making interacting with devices as simple as sending a text message or Tweet, opening the IoT up to a wider range of people, with varying levels of skills and knowledge.
For further information on this growing range of IoT devices please contact either Rob Pick or William Stone: