The best tools for comprehensive construction compliance. Delivery of a best-quality product.
The success of construction and renovation projects largely depends on how well you track, assess, analyze, manage, and report environmental risks. By monitoring environmental conditions, you can proactively assess potential impacts and effectively document compliance with agencies like the EPA to deliver the highest quality product to your customer.
With rugged, reliable HOBO data loggers, remote monitoring systems, and software solutions, you get the accurate data you need to protect your project, employees, and the environment, plus get streamlined reporting with analysis and sharing tools that ensure your success and support sustainability.
Always be informed: HOBOnet wireless monitoring system
Stay informed and in compliance by monitoring environmental conditions across your job site. Connect up to 50 wireless sensors to a remote monitoring station that sends your environmental site data to the cloud, so you can make decisions from anywhere, at any time.
HOBO Solutions for Environmental Monitoring & Construction Site Compliance
Find the best solution to support your project compliance and occupant health needs
Stand-alone Data Loggers
Reliable data loggers with USB or Optical communication for a wide range of measurements, from water quality to indoor environmental monitoring
Stand-alone Bluetooth Data Loggers
MX series data loggers leverage the power of Bluetooth technology for convenient, time-saving wireless data collection
Remote Monitoring Stations
Versatile cellular stations collect and send data to the cloud from a wide range of sensors, from energy use to weather conditions
Wireless Sensor Networks
Monitor across your job site with a cost-effective, powerful system combining a wireless sensor network & remote monitoring station
How do blasting & coating companies use a HOBO remote sensor system to comply with UFGS-09 97 13.17 specifications?
Learn how the HOBOnet remote monitoring system can help blasting & coating companies comply with regulatory specifications, identify potential defects, and assist with scheduling and environmental equipment adjustments.