Aurora – Indoor Environment Sensor

The AURORA – Indoor Environment Sensor is designed for indoor smart-building applications. It can monitor temperature, humidity, sound/noise level, eCO2, ambient light, barometric pressure and vapor from volatile organic compounds (VCO). (VOC Explained)

This device can be equipped with LoRaWAN® IoT radio technology or Narrowband IoT radio technology.

 

APPLICATIONS

  • Environmental monitoring in
    • Schools
    • Offices
    • Indoor public spaces
  • Indoor air
  • Well-being
  • Climate

Orderable part numbers:

  • P/N: 1101144 (Aurora – Indoor Environment Sensor – LoRaWAN)
  • P/N: 1101169 (Aurora – Indoor Environment Sensor – NBIoT)

Seven sensors

Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) – (VOC Explained), Temperature, Humidity, Sound level, Barometric Pressure, Ambient Light, eCO2

Wireless Connectivity

Support both LoRaWAN and NBIoT for easy installation and placement

Remote upgrade with Over The Air (OTA) functionality

Upgrade and manage your devices remotely

Long Battery Life

Low Power solution with up to 3 years life

Dashboard and APP

Supported cloud solution with remote management through dashboard or APP.

Multi Market and use case Solutions

Can support multi markets and use cases with available sensor packages

Aurora – Indoor Environment Sensor

The AURORA environmental module is designed for indoor smart-building applications. It can monitor temperature, humidity, sound/noise level, eCo2,
ambient light, barometric pressure and vapor from volatile organic compounds (VOC) from e.g. paints (such as formaldehyde), lacquers, paint strippers,
cleaning supplies, furnishings, office equipment, glues, adhesives and alcohol. (VOC Explained)


Equiped with Optional Wireless Radio Technology

LoRaWAN

This device is equipped with LoRaWAN® IoT radio technology. LoRaWAN® is a Low Power, Wide Area (LPWA) networking protocol designed to wirelessly
connect battery operated devices to the internet in regional, national or global networks, and targets key Internet of Things (IoT) requirements such as bidirectional communication, end-to-end security, mobility and localization services.

 

Narrowband IoT (NBIoT)

This device is equipped with Narrowband IoT radio technology which uses the existing 4G cellular network. It is highly energy efficient, with a high
level of security and a good range. The device is field upgradable over-the-air (FOTA) via NB-IoT.

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Battery Powered and Pocket Size
Temperature and Humidity default in all sensors
Direct communication to core network, no gateways needed
The Versatile Aurora Lens
Sense Light, Sound, Air Quality, Pressure, Temperature, Humidity with one single device
  • LoRaWAN or NB-IoT radio
  • Multi-function environmental sensor
  • VOC (Volatile organic compounds)
  • Temperature and humidity
  • Sound level in dB(A)
  • Barometric pressure (hPa)
  • eCo2
  • Ambient light (illuminance, lux)
  • Replaceable batteries (CR123A)
  • Battery life up to 3.3 years
    (depends on configuration)
  • Configure sensor parameters wirelessly
    from server or Aurora Config Gateway
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Vicotee Aurora™

Devices covering a broad range of use-cases with many cost saving benefits

What to measure

  • Know the indoor climate and air quality (easily scalable)

Why measure

  • Monitor and maintain air quality

Impact of measurement

  • Optimize maintenance dispatch to save cost and improve tenant experience

What to Measure

  • Track footfall, entry and movement in the shop floors

Why Measure

  • Analyze customer potential and effectiveness of getting people into the shops

Impact of measurement

  • Identify pain points for shop-tenants and help them increase customer inflow

What to Measure

  • Monitor grass levels, rainfall/water levels, ice,  dust/sand/mud and snowfall

Why Measure

  • Know exactly when to dispatch the snow-mower, the grass-cutter and clean the drains to avoid flooding

Impact of measurement

  • Optimize maintenance cost and avoid hazard and damage

What to measure

  • Early-detection of leakages, snow levels, ice or temp changes

Why measure

  • Optimize maintenance, snow removal and more

Impact of measurement

  • Early detect potential issues and save money

What to measure

  • Frequency, time and type of use of the rooms

Why measure

  • Easily scale cleaning and maintenance.

Impact of measurement

  • Reduce cleaning costs when low usage

What to measure

  • Monitor water levels, moist, temperature and air

Why measure

  • Remote monitor and detect unexpected changes early, and send alert messages

Impact of measurement

  • Avoid damage and save recovery cost by addressing issues at an early stage