Theengs ecosystem can be used for analytics, research, or study use cases. Its flexibility enables a great choice of component combinations and usages, with the capability to measure temperature, humidity, moisture, luminance, weight, pressure, fine particles, and more. The possibilities of scientific exploration are numerous.

Because Theengs uses MQTT and has access to a wide range of connectors, it is easy to integrate with scientific and analytic technology stacks.

What you need

A BLE sensor (opens new window) depending on your use cases + OpenMQTTGateway (opens new window) OR Theengs Gateway (opens new window), an MQTT broker, Node Red (opens new window), a database like InfluxDB (opens new window) , and an observability platform Grafana (opens new window). Alternatively, many software offer MQTT connectors (opens new window).

If you want to access real-time data directly from the sensors without a controller and broker, you can also use the Theengs App (opens new window)

# Environmental Monitoring

BLE sensors can monitor environmental conditions such as temperature, humidity, and air quality in research labs, test buildings, and other university facilities. Researchers can collect data over time to identify trends and patterns and use this information for their studies.

# Motion and Vibration Sensing

BLE sensors can detect motion and vibration in various research applications, such as monitoring the movement of laboratory equipment, measuring the performance of mechanical systems, or studying the behavior of living organisms.

# Healthcare and Biomedical Research

BLE sensors can be used in healthcare and biomedical research to collect data on vital signs, such as heart rate, blood pressure, and respiratory rate. This information can be used to monitor patients' health, identify potential health risks, and track the effectiveness of treatments.

# Energy Management

BLE sensors can be used to monitor energy consumption in university test facilities, enabling researchers to analyze the impact of factors such as isolation, AC systems, and house configuration. By collecting and analyzing data over time, researchers can identify areas for energy efficiency improvements and make informed decisions about energy management and sustainability initiatives.