Wireless monitoring for GxP & controlled environments

Wireless temperature and humidity monitoring data loggers
Life Science

In this webinar, you'll learn about recent changes in wireless communication technologies that are changing how controlled environments are monitored. We explore current data logger connectivity options, including: Ethernet, VaiNet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ZigBee.

Get the answers to these questions:

  • What kind of signal ranges are now achievable?
  • What wireless features ensure a secure signal?
  • What kind of wireless structure is effective?
  • What is the infrastructure investment?
  • How many data loggers per single network access point?

If you ever thought you couldn't use wireless data loggers because of obstructed environments, data integrity worries, or fear of overburdening your existing Wi-Fi network and/or IT resources, this webinar will surprise you!

This webinar was created for:

  • Quality Assurance & Quality Control
  • Facilities Management
  • Information Technology
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Engineering
  • Process Managers
  • Project Managers

Further reading on data logger connectivity options.

Learn more about VaiNet long-range wireless data loggers.

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Webinar speaker

Paul Daniel, Vaisala

Senior GxP Regulatory Compliance Expert

Paul Daniel has worked in the GMP-regulated industries for over 25 years helping manufacturers apply good manufacturing practices in a wide range of qualification projects.  His specialties include mapping, monitoring, and computerized systems.  At Vaisala, Paul oversees and guides the validation program for the Vaisala viewLinc environmental monitoring system.  He serves as a customer advocate to ensure the viewLinc environmental monitoring system matches the demanding requirements of life science and regulated applications.  Paul is a graduate of University of California, Berkeley, with a bachelor’s degree in biology.