August 27, 2020
Paragon Robotics has been awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase 2 contract with the Rapid Sustainment Office (RSO) to design and demonstrate a wireless MIL-STD-1553 system which would allow the Air Force and other branches to fully maintain avionics systems without the need for any cables or custom hardware.
Read more..June 2, 2020
Our vaccine monitoring systems with Enterprise software provide cost effective solutions to meet strict regulation and reporting requirements from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Vaccines For Children (VFC) program, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Pharmaceutical Boards.
Read more..April 22, 2020
Our N series wireless base sensor with expansion ports quickly adapts to provide a custom monitoring solution to a broad range of applications. With an array of available measurement add-on modules, the N series base device with built-in temperature and humidity sensors can be configured for indoor air quality (IAQ) studies, cold storage and vaccine monitoring, total power analysis and greenhouse productivity.
Read more..April 7, 2020
March 23, 2020
- This month had an effort towards cleaning up some commonly used user interfaces based on customer
feedback. Most notably was a complete overhaul of the alarm setup page in the DataRecorder
software. It has been revised to provide a more intuitive way of understanding how to setup various
conditions as well as choosing the different alert possibilities. Another focus was on the network
page in the Settings application. It is now much easier to between dhcp and static IP address, as well
as designate an IP to search for the device. This should lead to a better user experience.
Protect your investments in finished products, unfinished materials, process chemicals, build parts and components with Paragon Robotics warehouse monitoring and logging systems. Monitor temperature, humidty, light and occupancy to ensure that materials are stored in a suitable and safe environment.
Read more..March 3, 2020
February 17, 2020
- In an effort to improve quality of the software suite, automated testing has been rolled out internally
to catch issues before they make it to the end user. For example, when a new feature is written, a
series of tests are also written that will in essence, act in the same manor that an end user would.
Therefore, if the test fails, a problem is caught before it makes it out public. The end result is
better quality software.
Paragon Robotics NEW USB and Ethernet data loggers with built-in temperature and humidity sensors, integrated display, data storage and expansion ports for additional sensors, signal inputs and control outputs.
Easily expand to measure and log CO2, light, motion, flow, power, external temperature probes (RTDs, thermocouples, thermistors), air quality among others by adding plug-in modules to base unit's expansion ports. Our data loggers are also compatible with any instrumentation or sensors with VDC, mA ouputs.
Read more..February 4, 2020
February 3, 2020
The new N series hardware devices are available for pre-order! This past month has been about updating the
websites product pages to allow for a better shopping experience and to open up the pre-ordering process for
these new devices. The checkout process has also undergone some improvements, including a guest checkout
process being added. In addition,
there are many bug fixes across the software suite.
Paragon Robotics N series product family is now available for ordering for March deliveries. N series units feature a digital display, local alarms indicators, expanded data storage and improved wireless reliability/ range and wired data logger options.
All N series devices are compatible with our DB expansion/ plug-in modules. A broad range of built-in sensors (CO2, temperature, light, occupancy, motion, differential pressure, pulsecount and proximity)and controls (digital I/O, analog I/O and power supplies) are available. N series modules are also offered for external temperature probes (Thermistors, Thermocouples, RTDs), CT clamps, flowmeters (pulsecount), moisture, particulate as well as any instrumentation or sensors with VDC, mA ouputs.
Read more..October 31, 2019
Our monitoring and control product line will be expanding at the of the year with the introduction of our gateways, sensor and control devices, wired dataloggers and intelligent thermostats.
The N series features a high resolution display, local alarms indication, expanded data storage, improved wireless reliability/ range and expansion module options for a broad array of measurements. With our flexible design, devices can be configured for wired or wireless networks. A traditional USB datalogging device with customized sensor configuration is also available.
Read more..September 17, 2019
The Tech Belt Energy Innovation Center (TBEIC) in Warren Ohio will be hosting the ESBE Conference on September 23rd and 24th. ESBE is a technical conference for manufacturers, utilities, investors, entrepreneurs, academia and others from across Ohio, the Midwest, and Appalachia. Meet technology companies developing next generation building platforms for energy efficiency, sensor deployment, battery storage and conductive materials. The show will feature technical speakers and presentations focused on storage and efficiency.
Paragon Robotics President Mr. Julian Lamb will be leading a discussion on Smart Building Technologies and Automation to improve building energy efficiency through cloud based IoT controls, meters and sensors. The session is scheduled for September 24 at 9AM.
For complete show and additional session information, please refer to the 2019 Energy Storage Building Efficiency (ESBE) Conference website.September 10, 2019
HaloCloud Enterprise software with increased security and accessibility in multi-user systems with administrative privileges and auditing features.
Customized software dashboards, advanced security, user administration and auditing features with individual logins provides a powerful user interface for our hardware systems. Additional information on Halocloud Enterprise.
Read more..August 16, 2019
Mr. Julian Lamb, President of Paragon Robotics, will be presenting on advanced Energy Management Systems at the 2019 Energy Exchange Conference on August 20th at 4PM.
Visit with Julian and learn about Paragon Robotics ongoing projects and cost saving results from its energy management system (EMS) demonstration and expansion at Department of Defense installations. The presentation is primarily intended for energy service companies (ESCOs), utilities, and facility managers, and will briefly step through the return on investment (ROI) results and key features of the EMS which were specifically developed for large enterprise-level customers such as the DoD.
For additional show and presentation information, please refer to the 2019 Energy Exchange Conference website.July 19, 2019
On Sunday evening, July 21st, Paragon Robotics has scheduled a server and system update which will provide enhanced features and improved user software interface for our monitoring systems. All current customer systems will be automatically updated. The changeover will be seamless to existing Halocloud enabled systems.
New software upgrades include overhauled system/ setup configuration interface, improved recording and charting features, optional administration and user group setup, easy to use folders to model building or application structure and improved integration of Paragon Robotics complete software suite of available apps.
Complete list of features and upgrades available at July software release.June 13, 2019
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has approved the use of Paragon Robotics energy efficiency and savings systems as part of their statewide Real Time Energy Management (RTEM) program for multifamily, commercial and industrial customers. Paragon's RTEM systems continuously collect live and historical building performance data through a cloud-based or on-site system. That data can be analyzed to uncover optimization opportunities for the site’s energy usage. Sensors, meters and other equipment, along with data analytics and information services, show how your building or facility is performing at any point.
NYSERDA offers cost-sharing incentives to support RTEM projects for New York State based customers and energy savings opportunities.
For additional information, please contact Paragon Robotics or visit the NYSERDA RTEM program website.May 2, 2019
Continuously monitor multiple zones of process oven environment during baking process with an array of in-situ RTD probes and our wireless temperature monitoring and alarm systems.
Download the complete oven monitoring case study at case studies and white papers.March 21, 2019
Wireless temperature and humidity solutions with battery operated sensors constantly monitoring nurseries for critical conditions and provide immediate notification of heating, cooling or ventilation failures.
Download the complete greenhouse case study at case studies and white papers.February 19, 2019
With an external antenna, our Model GW4 system gateway offers extended range capability and added communication reliability in difficult applications and harsh environments.January 14, 2019
Paragon Robotics Wireless indoor air quality (IAQ) monitoring system installed for temperature, humidity and CO2 with remote sensors spreadout across multiple buildings, dormitories and classrooms on a large university campus. Providing and maintaining a safe and healthy student living and learning environment is important to public and private universities and colleges.
Download the complete IAQ case study at case studies and white papers.December 15, 2018
Paragon Robotics custom monitoring and logging solutions with alarm capabilities including notifications and visual displays for ambient storage areas and refrigeration systems. Case study available at case studies and white papers.October 23, 2018
Paragon Robotics's Vice President, Kevin Kline, and Senior Software Engineer, Tim Wallis, were in attendence for the unvailing and grand opening of the TBEIC Energy Lab in Warren, Ohio. TBEIC leaders, elected officials and local energy businesses are excited about the potential use of the new battery technology and grid simulators in the energy lab.
The centerpiece of the new lab is the grid simulator that will enable companies to test a power source and simulate how it would react in a variety of scenarios, including blackouts, brownouts and lightning strikes. Paragon Robotics will be utilizing the facilities simulator and equipment to analyze and prioritize building energy requirements for their resiliency projects. Paragon provides building resiliency software capabile of switching seamlessly to alternative energy sources during outages and prioritizing processes. For additional information, please read the Tribune's news article overviewing the center and event.September 10, 2018
Paragon Robotics's President, Julian Lamb, technical presentation on wireless BMS architecture strategies, network topologies and reviewing "Paragons wireless ATO, Authority to Operate, process initiatives at DoD and government locations is now available for download at case studies and white papers.
The presentation provides process insights from Paragon Robotics experiences in obtaining an ATO (Authority to Operate) with our wireless systems at AFB for energy conservation and management and building resilience. For additional information and to discuss future RMF security controls and Secure Standardized Container (SSC) architecture approaches, please feel free to contact us.August 17, 2018
On Wednesday, August 22nd from 2:00 to 3:30 in Room 4, Paragon Robotics will be conducting a techinical seminar, T10-S6: Secure Wireless Building Management Systems for the DoD, at the Department of Energy's Energy Exchange and Better Buildings Summit in Cleveland, Ohio.
Paragon Robotics's President, Julian Lamb, will be providing insight on wireless BMS architecture strategies, network topologies and reviewing ATO process initiatives. In addition, RMF security controls and Secure Standardized Container (SSC) architecture approaches will be discussed.
After the Energy Exchange show concludes, Paragon Robotics will have the technical presentation and notes available for download on our site at case studies and white papers.July 31, 2018
For 2018, the Department of Energy is bringing together the Energy Exchange and Better Buildings Summit in Cleveland, Ohio from August 21st-23rd, creating the largest and most exciting DOE training, trade show, and peer event of the year.
Thought leaders from the federal, private, education, and state and local government sectors will convene to accelerate the adoption of energy/water efficiency, integrated resilience, emerging and secure technologies, and replicable renewable energy solutions. The combined Energy Exchange and Better Buildings Summit will feature technical training sessions, interactive panels, and learning opportunities from public and private sector market leaders.
Paragon Robotics's President, Julian Lamb, will be presenting on Secure Wireless Sensor Systems on August 22nd from 2:00 to 3:30PM as part of the technical/ training sessions schedule at the show.July 13, 2018
White paper demonstrating that energy microgrids provide a potential cost effective solution to building resilience problems. Introducing the concept of a "partial-capacity" microgrid that utilizes a "micro-auctioning" control methodology mimicking a free market "energy" economy to provide cost savings and resiliency. Download available with additional customer installations and project requirements.June 20, 2018
Paragon Robotics wireless temperature and humidity monitoring solutions provide cost effective multi-sensor coverage of warehouse facilities to create individual product zones and detailed storage condition records. Download available at case studies and white papers.May 24, 2018
Advanced schematic drawing features include online diagram tools, circuit toolbox, canvas zooming and customizable equipment/ device properties. Software includes a collection of common tools/ symbols for power, electronics, switches, sensors and gateways.
Use SystemSchematic software to create one-line diagrams of your electrical systems and processes. Fully integrate schematic equipment with floor plans built in our SystemModeler software.April 17, 2018
Additonal case studies and white papers are now available based on our customer installations and project requirements. Our wireless sensors are used in applications ranging from energy efficiency auditing, HVAC systems monitoring, life sciences and vaccine storage, building automation, greenhouse environmental monitoring and industrial process analytics.March 29, 2018
Paragon Robotics introduces the addition of SystemModeler building modeling software to their software toolkit for building resiliency, energy management and efficiency. The software allows users to create a complete floor plan design of buildings with advanced linking to electrical connections in schematics. Software includes symbols to visualize devices and equipment for sensors, gateways, HVAC equipment, plumbing fixtures and building systems.March 6, 2018
Paragon Robotics has recently been awarded an Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) contract to design and integrate advanced solutions to improve building resiliency and maintain mission critical processes during the events of power outages. Read full press release.February 21, 2018
The Northeast Ohio Student Venture Fund is pleased to announce Paragon Robotics, LLC has completed repayment of a convertible loan from NEOSVF. Read full joint Paragon Robotics/ NEOSVF press release..January 26, 2018
Introducing our Micro-Auctioning controls platform providing an integrated hardware and software solution for revolutionary building efficiency and resiliency.