Connecting the physical world to the internet

Wireless Sensor Tags monitor the temperature and humidity and store the information on the Internet. 

It’s live, automatic, and instantaneous. 

If something goes wrong you’re told straightaway. You can access the information from your phone, PC or Mac. It’s inexpensive and there are no ongoing fees.

Who can use WirelessTags?

Medical Fridge Monitoring

Get a constant live feed of your vaccine fridge with reports and graphs just a click away

Food Safety Monitoring

Know within minutes if your coolroom or freezer is malfunctioning

Environmental Monitoring

Get temperature and humidity alerts on server rooms, storage rooms and offices


Instant notification on iPhones, iPads, Android devices and laptops

Wireless sensor tags connect events in physical world to your smart phones, tablets and any web browsers anywhere in the world with Internet access. You are immediately notified if problems occur.

How does it work?

There are two parts to the WirelessTag system: The Tag and the Tag Manager.

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The Tag

The Tag has three sensors: temperature, humidity and motion. At regular intervals (that you set), it wirelessly sends the readings from these sensors to the Tag Manager.


The Tag Manager

The Tag Manager is connected to the internet with a network cable. It receives the readings from the Tag and saves them to your account on the internet.

Getting Alerts

In your WirelessTag internet account you can set thresholds for your alerts. 

For instance, in a vaccine fridge you would set the minimum to 2° and the maximum to 8°C. Then, anytime a temperature reading is received on your WirelessTag account, you will be immediately notified.

Notifications can be sent to your email or your smart phone or both. They can also be sent to more than one person.

Seeing your data

Your WirelessTag internet account has a “dashboard” that you use to configure your Tags and view your data.

You can see your data as a graph or you can download individual readings as a spreadsheet.