Novel Engineering's Remora™ data acquisition and analysis technology is able to collect any kind of data from any sensory input, perform analysis based on the customer's requirements, compile correlations presented in the data, and clearly communicate the information to cloud-based networks, securely anywhere in the world. Contact Novel today to learn how Remora™ can be integrated into your system.
Remora™ data acquisition technology was born within the Aerospace Industry as an idea to simultaneously capture data from all sensor outputs within an aircraft in order to determine if there are any correlations when a system or component malfunctions. Remora™ can also be used to provide Maintenance, Repair, & Overhaul (MRO) companies and Airline Maintenance & Ground Crew real-time, in-air problem reporting that expedites at-gate repairs and limiting AOG costs.
Solar Energy provides power while reducing consumer costs and converving energy from the grid. Remora™ for revenue grade solar energy systems measures power generated from solar panels prior to use within an infrastructure. It also measures power coming from and to the grid. These data points are captured and analyzed then sent via secured connections to cloud-based servers where Solar Energy companies can accurately bill customers for usage and report on energy savings.
Novel's Remora™ technology can be used in irrigation, farming, and water mangament where data collection for modeling and analysis are used to report on climate, surface water flows, stage, dissolved oxygen, and salinity. Measurements can also include consumption, runoffs, and rainfail information. Once captured, this data is then sent securely to cloud-based servers where its analyzed and correlated using custom developed web-based applications.
Remora™ data acquisition technology has been sought after by city utility departments and Universities for water quality, consumption, amd scientific analysis. By configuring Remora™ for environmental sensing, it can capture data measuring temperatures, salinity, volume, and other chemical data points from remote locations. This data can be compared to other environmental data and correlated to analyze effects on eco-systems as a whole.