Given the rising importance of environmental monitoring, specialized monitoring equipment is becoming key to understanding what is really happening to our planet. A wide range of devices perform continuous, round-the-clock, automated monitoring of things such as temperature changes, greenhouse gases, pollutants, rising sea levels, etc.
Various environmental analysers, detectors, monitors, and samplers are widely used by environmentalists, companies involved in the extraction of natural resources, specialists engaged in production of weather forecasts, and more.
Deployed in onshore laboratory environments or on survey and drilling vessels, complex testing systems serve for collecting multi-parameter data and sending it to specialized datacenters. This way researchers get real-time access to valuable data and projects from anywhere, at any time. Building such automated systems, however, may become a real challenge for engineers.
If you need unlimited access to a vast range of remote environmental testing equipment, Electronic Team Port Virtualization Technology (EPVT) will be the simplest yet most efficient solution. The technology is designed to transport data over network protocols, so that a user can work with remote devices over the Internet. EPVT is able to create the unlimited number of virtual ports in any system. Connected via a virtual port, a remote device will be recognized by the system like it were physically attached to the machine. That means with Electronic Team Port Virtualization Technology you’ll be able to check and analyze all parameters from any part of the world.
EPVT is a unique technology that can be integrated into any specialized equipment or software. What's more, the solution can be customized according to specific requirements of already-existing environmental monitoring software. With EPVT, environmental management and control programs will be able to split and merge the signals of remote serial and USB ports, monitor their status the control the entire system.