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Draper — Elertus, LLC, a company that specializes in wireless technology and cloud-based software, will soon release its newest product, the Elertus Sensor. The sensor is a small, wireless and battery powered device that can be placed inside a drawer, cabinet, closet or elsewhere, which continually monitors for door opening and closing, movement, temperature, humidity levels and light levels and then signals users through their mobile devices.
The Elertus Sensor is an early entrant in to the Internet of Everything (IoE) space, a young market that takes ordinary, physical items and connects them to other devices and their owners via the internet. Elertus enables this type of connectivity by allowing the user to customize “Trigger Points” and receive notifications if any of the conditions change such as if the door is opened or there is excessive movement. Alerts are sent to the user through the Elertus Internet Cloud Service to the users by a smartphone app, text message, email or web browser.
“The Elertus Sensor allows consumers to have a simple and inexpensive security and monitoring system for the things that matter most to them,” said Kent Hansen, president of Elertus. “If something is happening to their valuables they will know about it.”
Elertus has teamed up with Liberty Safe, the top manufacturer of residential safes in the United States, to release the sensor branded “Liberty SafElert.” Liberty’s customers use the sensor to monitor their safes, and be notified if the safe’s conditions change.
“Given the current discussions of gun safety in the United States, we saw a need for additional monitoring of peoples’ firearms, as well as their other valuables,” said Kim Waddoups, President of Liberty Safes. “Teaming up with Elertus allows us to give something owners of residential safes haven’t had before, 24-hour monitoring and notification of the condition of their safes.”