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Best of Sensors Expo Awards 2015SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH – June 12, 2015 – Monnit Corporation was presented with the 2015 Best of Sensors Expo Innovation Award honorable mention for their Tarts open wireless sensor platform by Sensors Magazine. Mat Dirjish, Executive Editor of the magazine presented the awards at Sensors Expo & Conference this week at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, California.

“The caliber and magnitude of the nominations received directly reflects the increased momentum and innovative spirit of the sensors industry,” said Dirjish. “We are pleased to shine a spotlight on the trail blazers of this industry, evangelizing the power of sensors to make a significant impact on our world.  We extend our congratulations to all the winners and look forward to their continued contributions to this industry.

A total of sixteen awards were presented in four categories including Engineering Team of the Year, Rising Star Award, Application Award and Innovation Award. The award winners will be featured on the Sensors Expo and Sensors Magazine websites sensorsexpo.com and sensorsmag.com. Sponsors of the 2015 Best of Sensors Expo Awards include Freescale, GetWireless, and Rogue Valley Microdevices. Sponsors of the 2015 Engineering Excellence Awards include B-Scada and ROHM.

View the full list of winners at http://www.sensorsmag.com/best-sensors-expo-award-program-overview.

Salt Lake City, Utah – February 5, 2015 – Tarts Sensors (http://www.tartssensors.com) today announced the release of a new water detection rope sensor. The wireless water rope sensor detects conductive liquids anywhere along the length of a 10 foot detection rope by using two wires covered with conductive polymer. When water or conductive liquid contacts the rope, the sensor will immediately turn on the RF radio and wirelessly transmit the data to the gateway (Arduino shield, Raspberry Pi plate or BeagleBone Black cape). The sensor rope dries quickly allowing the sensor to reset for next use. The sensor comes with 10 feet of detection rope and can be expanded up to 100 feet by simply clicking additional 10 foot sections of water detection rope together.

Features of the Tarts IOT Gateway:

  • 10 ft. lead and 10 ft. water detection rope.
  • Immediately detects water anywhere along rope.
  • Expandable up to 100 ft. of detection rope.
  • 250 – 300 ft. non-line-of-sight RF range
  • FCC, IC and CE certified

For more information on Tarts Sensors visit the Website at http://www.tartssensors.com.

Additional Resources:
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  https://www.facebook.com/tartssensors
Twitter:       https://twitter.com/tartssensors

Salt Lake City, Utah – January 20, 2015 – Tarts Sensors (http://www.tartssensors.com) today announced the release of a new Internet of Things (IOT) Gateway. The new gateway allows developers to create their own wireless sensor network solutions. The device has two communication protocols and uses a simple UART connected directly to the wireless gateway’s PCB port interface. This solution provides easy access to the gateway, the functions it performs, and to wireless sensor data. The gateway works with over 20 different types of wireless sensors currently available on www.tartssensors.com.

Features of the Tarts IOT Gateway:

  • UART (API or AT command mode)
  • Includes breadboard adapter
  • Support up to 100 Tarts wireless sensors per wireless gateway.
  • 250 – 300 ft. non-line-of-sight RF range
  • FCC, IC and CE certified

For more information on Tarts Sensors visit the Website at http://www.tartssensors.com.

Additional Resources:
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  https://www.facebook.com/tartssensors
Twitter:       https://twitter.com/tartssensors

Salt Lake City, Utah – January 14, 2015 – Tarts Sensors (http://www.tartssensors.com) today announced the launch of their company. Tarts Sensors allow both developers and hobbyists the ability to develop wireless sensor networks with customizable features and behaviors. By simply choosing a wireless sensor gateway for one’s favorite development platform (Arduino, Raspberry Pi or BeagleBone Black) and any of over 20 different types of wireless sensors, the options are limitless for what can be monitored. Starter code and library files are also available from the Tarts Sensors website.

Benefits of Tarts Wireless Sensors:

  • Wireless gateways for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone Black.
  • Over 20 different types of wireless sensors.
  • FCC, IC and CE certified wireless modules.
  • Exceptional wireless range when compared to Bluetooth and other RF types (up to 350 ft).
  • Optimized power management provides long battery life (up to 5 years).
  • Online community of users to share ideas and provide support.

With over 20 unique sensor types, and the ability to be used with several different development platforms, Tarts wireless sensors allow for endless sensing, monitoring and control possibilities. For more information on Tarts Sensors visit the Website at http://www.tartssensors.com.

Additional Resources:
Facebook:
  https://www.facebook.com/tartssensors
Twitter:       https://twitter.com/tartssensors

About Tarts Sensors
Tarts Sensors is a division of Monnit Corporation. Leveraging the development work by Monnit, Tarts Sensors brings a fully tested, FCC, IC and CE compliant wireless sensors platform to those wishing to develop their own solutions using open platforms such as Arduino, Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone Black.

PR Contact:
press@tartssensors.com

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