TSI Inc. and Netronix Inc. announce a broad partnership to provide the most comprehensive turnkey Cloud-based remote dust monitoring solution on the market.
This new partnership is a strong strategic fit that leverages Netronix's existing remote monitoring technology while enhancing TSI's position as a global leader in dust monitoring instrumentation.
The DustTrak™ Aerosol Monitor Desktop Models II/DRX integrated with the Netronix Thiamis™ GSM/GPS Communication Modem can constantly stream and collect data remotely from the field to be hosted in the Netronix Cloud. The data then can be accessed on demand—anytime, anywhere—through Netronix Environet™, a secure and cutting edge web-based solution that can be accessed by any internet enabled device. Environet offers a unique experience through a number of built-in tools that allow real-time data analysis and team collaboration as well as configurable alert notifications direct to email inbox and SMS text messages.
"Today's announcement has significant advantages in that it provides a complete solution for real-time access to data and instrument performance statistics via a sophisticated Cloud Data Management System. Combined with our new outdoor enclosure and heated inlet, it is the most complete, efficient dust monitoring solution offered on the market. It is the ideal package to facilitate measurement of fugitive emissions as well as local air quality which typically occurs over extended periods of time in remote locations, where accessibility to equipment can pose as an expensive challenge," commented Vince Majkowski, TSI Sr. Global Marketing Manager.
Vasileios Nasis, President and CEO of Netronix, said, "The partnership with TSI, and the trust they instill in our Cloud-based remote monitoring solution, is confirmation that the technology Netronix provides is delivering the information as required by today's industry standard, with proven cost-saving results. We are very excited to work with TSI to provide the most comprehensive remote dust monitoring solution readily available."