Large organizations like supermarket chains, farms, and greenhouses gather extensive amounts of environmental data across all their facilities. Yet, to react to the environmental changes quickly and effectively, a manager often needs to access information that is only relevant to their branch.

In response to this need, we’ve created a new Aranet Cloud feature - Aranet User Rights for Branch Managers. It enables you to allocate data of a single location to its manager so they can easily control the environment in their branch. This way, they can swiftly detect potential deviations from the established norms and adjust the ventilation, temperature, or other parameters if necessary. Without unnecessary information and disturbing alarms from other branches, it will be easier to focus on managing their location.

For example, supermarkets with many branches have a manager at each location. The manager needs to oversee the temperature of freezers, fridges, and other storage spaces, monitored with the Aranet T Compact sensors. Now you can give each manager rights to specific objects monitored at their branch so they can have real-time control of the conditions in their facilities. This leaves full access to the data of the whole organization only to selected users.

Sounds simple? With the Aranet ecosystem, it really is!

If you have any questions and need assistance, please visit Aranet Forum, contact your Aranet sales representative, or write to us at support@aranet.com.

To ensure the safety of customers and employees, the Rimi supermarket chain has equipped over 120 check-out areas in their supermarkets with Aranet sensors that measure CO2 level, temperature, and relative humidity.

The improved air quality monitoring in Rimi will add another layer of protection against the spread of COVID-19 infection. According to the World Health Organization, proper ventilation can reduce the risk of infection with COVID-19. Measuring CO2 can be used as a proxy for air quality, notifying the employees when there is a need to improve air exchange.

Rimi Latvia has been cooperating with SAF Tehnika JSC for several years in implementing various sensor solutions in the Rimi store network. For example, we have currently installed 6,500 temperature sensors that monitor the temperature in Rimi store refrigerators,” comments Rimi Latvia public relations manager Juris Šleiers. “The CO2 monitoring solution is a logical addition to the company’s management systems and an essential tool for limiting the spread of COVID-19.”

In addition to the measuring devices, Aranet provides data storage and management. Data from the sensors is transmitted to the Aranet PRO base station, which then feeds the information to the Aranet Cloud software. Rimi employees can then access, analyze, and manage data to quickly detect potential deviations from the established norms and adjust the ventilation, temperature, or other parameters if necessary.

By utilizing the Aranet ecosystem, Rimi has ensured that the air quality in their supermarkets is optimal. “For example, test measurements of Aranet sensors in the last seven days at Rimi store TC Aleja in Riga have shown that the air quality is good; the CO2 concentration exceeded the 700 ppm mark on only one of seven days,” explains Juris Šleiers. Rimi plans to gradually equip all their supermarkets with Aranet air quality monitors.

Aranet offers industrial IoT environmental monitoring solutions for a variety of businesses, making it easy to collect and analyze real-time data. Discover all the ways Aranet can help your company take wireless monitoring to the next level at Aranet.com!

Read the full press release HERE

We are honored to be featured on the Architectural Digest’s “The 12 Best New Technologies For the New Year” review!

The review describes Aranet4 as “the most innovative, easy-to-use air quality monitor on the market”, and we couldn’t agree more.

Aranet4 monitor is a wireless, portable device for measuring the air quality anywhere you are. Good air quality helps people maintain their general well-being and prevent COVID-19 spread. Aranet4 monitor warns you when you need to ventilate and helps you stay healthy.

Read the full article in the Architectural Digest to find out why Aranet4 made the list!

Are you looking for a no-fuss way to explain what the little white box with numbers on it is doing in your space? Look no further – we have created an informative leaflet about the Aranet4 monitor!

The leaflet answers all the frequently asked questions about the device:

  • What is the Aranet4 monitor?
  • What does it measure?
  • What is it used for?

Print it out and place it next to your Aranet4 device!

Download the document here: Aranet4 Monitor

Want to reassure your clients that your indoor venue is safe to visit?

Introducing Aranet Public CO2 Monitor – a public URL that lets you share air quality information directly with anyone interested in visiting your premises. Whether it’s a café, restaurant, supermarket, gym, or some other indoor space, Aranet Public CO2 Monitor allows you to show that the air quality inside your venue is optimal and the risk of COVID-19 is reduced.

How does it work? Once you’ve set up your Aranet ecosystem, simply create an Aranet Public CO2 Monitor link. Through this URL, clients can check the real-time CO2 levels in your venue and view data from the past 24 hours. Have a look at an example HERE!

You can also use this link to display real-time CO2 level on your monitors so that your customers can see it when entering the place or while spending time there.

Sounds simple? With the Aranet ecosystem, it really is!

Drop us a line at info@aranet.com, and we’ll show you how it can work for you.  

 

 

Aranet4 HOME device owners – we have good news for you! Our team has developed a new, improved app to help you take air quality monitoring to the next level.

With the new Aranet4 app, it is now easier than ever to ensure healthy indoor air for yourself and those around you. It is a simple way to keep all your indoor air quality measurements in one place and you can use it to measure the air quality at home, while visiting friends or public places, commuting or travelling and in many more settings!

The app offers new features – access real-time data, store up to 14-day measurement history and export the data to view and analyze whenever you like.

You can also use the Aranet4 app to change your Aranet4 HOME device settings: measurement frequency, CO2 thresholds, buzzer and more!

All you have to do is download the app and connect your smartphone to the Aranet4 device via Bluetooth.

The new Aranet4 app is available on Google Play and the App Store. Try it now!  

Dear Aranet Friends,

Let’s wrap up 2021 with a short and merry celebration of our journey together this year.

May your holiday season be filled with joy and fresh air and thank you all for your wonderful support this year!