New Nordic partner: Dan Smedien
We are happy to announce that Dan Smedien is our new partner in the #Nordics. Dan Smedien is based in Denmark and will represent Omnidots in Norway, Sweden and Denmark. We wish the team of Dan Smedien good luck and we look forward to working together.
The Dan Smedien website is currently under c...
Georent rents out Omnidots systems
From today Georent rents out Omnidots systems. Georent rents out the systems and does not perform any measurements. We are happy that we've found a reliable partner in Georent. We wish them the best of luck and are happy with this collaboration! www.georent.nl
Unboxing the Omnidots SWARM
The unboxing video of the Omnidots SWARM is now available on YouTube:
Visit the EEMCM stand
Visit the EEMCM stand at the Instrumentation and Monitoring 2019, to see the Omnidots Swarm LIVE, with NEW features! 26 Mar 2019: Cavendish Conference Centre, London. More info: https://monitoring.geplus.co.uk/
5G makes foundations of measurement technology vibrate - Omnidots knows what it measures
Driving builders, speeding trains, buzzing pumps and real earthquakes - the earth beneath our feet vibrates quite a bit. Omnidots has developed something to measure those vibrations better than ever. Accurate, cheap and thanks to 5G also wireless and fast: VodaFone Ziggo article in Dutch
Partnership with Sixense Soldata
New global partnership! Sixense Soldata signed a global agreement with us for the use of Omnidots sensors. They will be used to monitor vibrations and delivered with a fixed fee global SIM card and 4G connection, plug and play.
A sneaky behind the scenes photo
A sneaky behind the scenes photo... Today we're filming the unboxing video of our Swarm. Stay tuned, it will be live soon!
(Edit, the video is now live:)
It's like art
Here a picture of the SWARM in use. A customer sent us a photo of the Omnidots SWARM mounted on a wall.
New feature: alarm for 3 levels
We have a new feature! Honeycomb users could already set an alarm for a chosen level of vibration intensity, but now they can set alarms for 3 levels, as shown in the picture (the dotted lines).