Monitoring Hotels & Rental Properties
Hotel Guest Comfort
Ensure your guests remain comfortable and enjoy their stay at your hotel by monitoring temperature, humidity and air quality across your premises. Monitoring environmental conditions is also critical to ensure your guests safety. Exposure to poor air quality or issues such as damp can lead to serious short- and long-term health issues
Our latest Indoor Air Quality monitor, the EL-IOT-CO2, monitors temperature, humidity and CO2 levels automatically. View live data at-a-glance via the device's LCD display, or acces historical records at anytime via the EasyLog Cloud.
The flexibility and the scalability of the EasyLog Cloud, makes it perfect for hotels of all sizes, from small independent businesses with a handful of rooms, to national chains, with hundreds of rooms across multiple sites.
Our Products in Action
Applications of PanelPilot in the workplace
With temperatures rising in the UK, office environments inevitably can become sticky and uncomfortable. No more so than in the case of Steve, our Graphic Designer. Located on the third floor of our four-story office block, temperatures at his desk were rising as high as 32 degrees Celsius.
Monitoring Chilled and Frozen Food Storage at The Railway Hotel
FilesThruTheAir has played an important role in ensuring that the recently renovated Railway Hotel has a robust temperature monitoring system across all food and drink storage environments. This will help them protect their stock from temperature damage, ensure that they store food safely, and offer their customers an unbeatable dining experience.
Food Safety at The Royal Oak
All food businesses must comply with HACCP food safety regulations. To meet these regulations, it’s essential to have a robust temperature monitoring system. The Royal Oak chose EL-WiFi data loggers from FilesThruTheAir.
Monitoring at Fishbourne Roman Palace
Fishbourne Roman Palace is set in the village of Fishbourne, Chichester in West Sussex. The museum chose EL-WiFi data loggers from FilesThruTheAir to replace its existing temperature and humidity monitoring systems.
Preserving Museum Artefacts
Antwerp's Museums and Heritage Association manages over 800,000 artefacts, 1.46 million books and 9,500 archives, located in multiple sites. EL-WiFi sensors offered them a simplified and robust cloud-based solution to monitoring temperature and humidity.