HOBO® Remote Monitoring Systems - Live Data
Live data: see our products in action
Monitoring the local ecology in a changing climateAspen Global Change InstituteBasalt, COMonitoring the local ecology in a changing climate
Collecting weather data for integrated pest managementUniversity of MassachusettsBelchertown, MACollecting 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 plantsDominican University of CaliforniaSan Rafael, CAStudying 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.
Monitoring roadway drainage at Onset's corporate headquartersOnsetBourne, MAMonitoring 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.
Weather monitoring at Onset's corporate headquartersOnsetBourne, MAWeather 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.