SMS Remote Control and Alarming

AIRICOM proposes several modem models in order to monitor and control small to medium -usually unmanned – installations Here are some examples:

ACCESS CONTROL

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Any phone can become a virtual key! Gates and other types of gates can be controlled by mobile phone or landline calls to authorized users (no response, no costs). Handle hundreds of users, ideal for hotels, B & Bs, inns, condominiums, public parking …

CLIMATE CONTROL

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Make a free phone call or text SMS from your mobile to operate the heating system (or cooling) a few hours before arrival. You can also specify the set temperature and how long it should run or the exact date / time it deactivates. Optional alerts for failure and low / high temperature can be programmed.

HOME AUTOMATION

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House appliances can easily be remote controlled via SMS, calls and even… tweets. Request status or receive alerts for local events. Create output control strategy based on the input signals and program up to 100 activities on a time base with its built-in scheduler.

CRITICAL ALARMS

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Quick Alerts (phone calls, SMS, emails, tweets) issued frm local events. … When an opening door or the door is left open for a long time (you can set the activation time) , etc. Blackout of the main supply or restore (you can set a minimum) …

ALARMS

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In remote or unattended buildings, alarm bells are not enough to ensure reporting and actions in case of immediate emergency. Receive alarms wherever you are: in case of fire, for example, you can call the fire department and emergency medical services.

TECHNICAL ISSUES

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Report technical faults A.M.O. and receive another message when the equipment is back in working order. Internal timer could be programmed to keep track of working time for industrial machinery, boilers, elevators, freezers, vending machines …

GREENHOUSE

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Detect soil moisture, enable irrigation when the sensor registers a sufficient level of moisture, preventing water waste. Keep the temperature under control and inform maintenance operators when falling below or rising above the specified thresholds..

STREET LIGHTING

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To reduce pollution and energy waste on street lighting in rural areas  where lights can be activated on demand by simple phone or GSM from the inhabitants. Schedule to turn on and turn off the lights on a time basis to ensure minimum level of service.

TRAFFIC CONTROL

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Immediately inform maintenance service in case of breakdown or failure of public services and manage auxiliary power supplies. Control traffic lights and road signs service center, allowing local police or ambulances to take control of of traffic lights with their phones for emergencies.

ATM

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Stop losing money for technical problems, failures to report in real time! Gas stations, ATM, vending machines and all applications where performance is closely linked to business continuity.