HOBO® Remote Monitoring Systems - Live Data

Roaring Fork Valley of Colorado
Aspen Global Change Institute

Live data: see our products in action

For an inside look at the kind of data we can deliver, check out these live data feeds from partner programs across the country. Interested in sharing your data with us? Click here to submit your project.
  • Monitoring the local ecology in a changing climate
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    Aspen Global Change Institute
    Basalt, CO
    Monitoring the local ecology in a changing climate

    The Aspen Global Change Institute (AGCI) deployed nine HOBO RX3000 remote monitoring stations at different elevations, not only to help inform land managers about local conditions, but also to provide a data set to researchers investigating impacts of climate change. Go to AGCI.org for more info. 

  • Collecting weather data for integrated pest management
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    University of Massachusetts
    Belchertown, MA
    Collecting weather data for integrated pest management

    Fruit researchers at the UMass Cold Spring Orchard in Belchertown, Massachusetts use a HOBO U30 weather station to provide a real-time view of field conditions while collecting long-term data for trend analysis and for correlating insect and disease incidents. 

  • Studying the invasive pathogens of ornamental plants
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    Dominican University of California
    San Rafael, CA
    Studying the invasive pathogens of ornamental plants

    The National Ornamentals Research Site at Dominican University of California (NORS-DUC) uses HOBO U30 weather stations and HOBOlink to provide its plant disease study project partners with online access to current weather data and increased control over their experiments. Read more at www.dominican.edu/norsduc

  • Students learn about sustainable agriculture firsthand
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    University of New Hampshire
    Durham, NH
    Students learn about sustainable agriculture firsthand

    At the University of New Hampshire, Farm to YoU NH uses HOBO RX3000 stations and HOBOlink to monitor conditions at fields and high tunnels and allow students to track the farming environment online. Read more at the blog

  • Westfield State monitors meteorological variables
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    Westfield State University
    Westfield, MA
    Westfield State monitors meteorological variables

    Westfield State University's solar-powered weather station measures a series of meteorological variables, including temperature, relative humidity, wind speed/direction, atmospheric pressure, solar radiation, and rainfall. Measurements are transferred to the web in real-time via HOBOlink for public viewing.

  • Monitoring roadway drainage at Onset's corporate headquarters
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    Onset
    Bourne, MA
    Monitoring roadway drainage at Onset's corporate headquarters

    External sensors connected to a HOBO RX3000 monitoring station installed on Onset property are monitoring water temperature, water level, air temperature, relative humidity, dew point, rainfall, and specific conductance at a nearby roadway drainage pond. 

  • Energy monitoring at Onset's corporate headquarters
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    Onset
    Bourne, MA
    Energy monitoring at Onset's corporate headquarters

    At our corporate headquarters on Cape Cod, Onset is using a HOBO RX3000 remote monitoring station to monitor kWh in our sales department.

  • Weather monitoring at Onset's corporate headquarters
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    Onset
    Bourne, MA
    Weather monitoring at Onset's corporate headquarters

    At our corporate headquarters on Cape Cod, Onset is using a HOBO RX3000 remote monitoring station to track weather conditions outside of our building. 

  • Schools & Communities Monitoring Climate Change
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    Himalayan Environmental Rhythms Observation and Evaluation System (HEROES)
    Bhutan
    Schools & Communities Monitoring Climate Change

    The Himalayan Environmental Rhythms Observation and Evaluation System (HEROES), a schools/community-based program in Bhutan, uses HOBO data logging equipment to measure temperature, snowfall, rainfall, and phenology in order to better understand the impacts of climate change on the country’s environment. The program then shares this valuable information with researchers, resource managers, educators, and the general public.