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Sensors are vital components used in a variety of devices for a variety of applications, including automotive, consumer electronics, IoT devices, medical, and industrial equipment.
The sensor manufacturing business has benefited from the rising demand for automated goods that can detect, feel, and respond properly.
Wireless sensors have multiple advantages, including precision and dependability, thanks to the use of different novel technologies such as RFID and Bluetooth, as well as the potential to make electrical equipment easier to integrate.
As a result, they’ve acquired a lot of traction in recent years. These sensors are typically employed in factories to monitor production flow data. These are also used in automotive, defense, building automation, and other industries like materials handling and food and beverage.
The wireless sensors market is booming as a result of the growing need for alternative energy sources, government restrictions, renewable energy development, and rapid technical improvements.
The India Wireless Sensors Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Babybot, a Mumbai-based connected-device firm, has launched the Babybot OpenAlert, an IoT-based security solution. It is a wireless door sensor the size of a matchbox that transmits notifications whenever a door closes, opens, or is left open.
For continuous monitoring, attach the OpenAlert door sensor to your home’s doors, windows, drawers, and other door-like surfaces. It may be connected to door-type surfaces to transmit notifications to cellphones when doors, windows, or drawers are opened.
For numerous safety concerns, the gadget may also be utilized in closets, refrigerators, stoves, washers, and lockers. The OpenAlert door sensor offers cloud connectivity and will notify the user if the state of the door changes.
It can also be operated via a Babybot smartphone app on your device, allowing you to quickly monitor what’s going on in your house while you’re away. The device is also compatible with other smart home devices and works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and IFTTT.
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