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The EOS-1000

How it works

The EOS-1000 collects data from multiple sensors. This adaptability allows the customer to connect the sensors to meet their needs before the installation and to add more or different sensors at a later date.  Data from these sensors are collected at the data collection board which provides these values to a small but powerful PC. The PC with proprietary software transmits the data back to a selected source.

Wide array of Sensors

As with all weather stations, the EOS-1000 can collect the standard data from sensors such as temperature, wind, rain and humidity. But what about the ability to receive data about water height from the ocean, CO2 levels in a city, snow height on a mountain and visibility at a highway? Check the complete list of sensors on the sensor page.

PoE or Battery powered

No need to install power supplies or extra cables, the EOS-1000 can be powered directly from a PoE Ethernet switch. No PoE ethernet switch? We have the solution. . EOS can supply a PoE injector, if required. For application in the field where there is no wired internet and the station has to work from a battery, we can provide a separate battery input that can handle 9 to 30VDc.


Not only do clients choose EOS products because of the flexibility to connect so many sensors, equally important is the fact that the EOS-1000 transmits the data in a very secure way from the station to the “Cloud” or client’s own data server. Especially in today’s connected world, the security of the data transfer is more important than ever. Our EOS software was evaluated by various test facilities against the highest NEN / ISO security protocols.

High quality hardware

The EOS-1000 is built from high quality materials such as anodised aluminum, stainless steel and composite UV rated plastics. Stations have been installed in the freezing temperatures of northern Canada, ships crossing the Atlantic Ocean and the scorching desert heat. All subcomponents are built by local companies here in Nova Scotia Canada.

Wired or Wireless

No wired Internet? We have the solution. The EOS-1000 will work on any internet gateway; Wifi, LTE/5G and satellite. The real-time data transmitted is very minimal (25Mb / day) that you don’t require expensive packages in order to get your data to your server or the EOS Cloud.

Various interface standards and protocols

We offer multiple ways to see your data.  Log in to EOS Cloud where all your data is readily available in an easy to view page displaying current values with historic data in detailed graphs. Data can also be downloaded directly from the page in various formats or through the use of an API. Do you prefer to keep the data in-house? We have the solution-. EOS can provide a client data server and securely send the data directly from the station to the data server that is located on the clients premise.


Specifically for the building autmation we have developped a BACnet software interface. The BACNet module enables the EOS-1000 to transmit environmental data directly in a building’s IP BACnet. As the EOS-1000 is powered over PoE, it enables developers and building managers to easily install the system without any specific hardware interfaces.

The eSense

The eSense is the smaller version of the EOS-1000. Specifically designed to work from a battery and wireless, the eSense can work both over Wifi or through a LoRa network. Data from the connected sensors is being transferred at regular intervals to either the EOS Cloud or a client’s own data server. Since the unit is battery operated, the data can only be transmitted at intervals of 10 minutes or more.

Wide array of Sensors

As with the EOS-1000, the eSense can collect data from many sensors. However, due to its size, there is a limitation tothe number and type of sensors that can be connected. The sensor page has a complete overview of the sensors that can be connected to the eSense.

Battery powered

eSense was developed because we recognized that not all locations that require environmental data have easy wire internet access. We saw the need to transmit the data wirelessly.. Due to the extreme low power consumption, it is possible to operate the unit from one single 3.6V battery. Even during periods where there is very little sun, the eSense will transmit data.

(NOTE: for indoor operation, the eSense can be powered from a 5V power adapter and in that case, the data can be transmitted continuously.)

Wifi or LoRa

The eSense comes standard with the Wifi module. The unit will start as an access point (AP) and through an easy to use web interface, the sensors can be selected and programmed. Once programming has been completed, the eSense will start transmitting the data from the sensors through the wifi at pre-programmed intervals back to the server. In case the LoRa module is installed, the data can be transmitted over the (Chirpstack) LoRa network. LoRa gateways are available from EOS.

Indoor or Outdoor

Outdoor environmental data is important. However, indoor air quality is equally significant. Air quality data is vital within an enclosed space. With the ability to connect the multiple sensors to the eSense, it is now possible to collect data from indoor facilities as well. Simply connect the eSense to a Wifi network and the unit will start transmitting data in real-time from various places inside the building.

The eSense - i

How it works

The eSense-i is the newest product that the EOS development team has created. The eSense-i was specifically developed because of the current environmental and energy challenges. In order to reduce our energy costs inside buildings, offices and schools and ensure that the air we work in is save, the eSense-i is high accuracy air quality and thermal comfort sensor. Data from the eSense-I is transmitted wireless to the CaDe software platform where it will be displayed or used for further tasks in the building automation.

Thermal comfort and Air quality

Thermal comfort is rated amongst the most important conditions for improving comfort and satisfaction of occupants with their indoor environment. Thermal comfort describes the human satisfactory perception of the thermal environment. It refers to a number of conditions in which the majority of people feel comfortable. The complexity of assessing the thermal comfort (we associate feelings with subjective values) means studying variables such as the air, walls, grounds, and roofs temperature, the air humidity and the air speed. According to studies, the minimum comfort value in winter is 20ºC while in maximum comfort value in summer is 20ºC.  

The eSense-I was developed to just do that; measure the thermal comfort level indoor. Various high precision sensors measure the data required to calculate the thermal comfort level; (globe) temperature, humidity and air speed.

IN addition to the thermal comfort sensors, the eSense-I comprises multiple air quality sensors that measure data such as particle matter, AQI (air quality index), TVOC (total volatile organic compounds), CO2 and O2. 

Combining these 2 functions into one device has made the eSense-I a very power tool that will be beneficial to monitoring of the quality and comfort of any work place.

Software integration

As with the other EOS products, the eSense-i is fully integrated into the CaDe Solutions software suite. Using the CaDe software platform, data from the eSense-I sensors will be made available in various standard interface protocols such as BacNet and Matter. 

The CaDe-Solution software platform providing additional benefits: improved occupant comfort, efficient operation of building systems, reduction in energy consumption, reduced operating and maintaining costs, increased security, historical performance documentation, remote access/control/operation, and improved life cycle of equipment and related utilities.


The core functionality of the software was built around energy efficiency. Using multiple proprietary environmental and personal wearable wireless sensors, the software uses complex algorithms to maintain a building climate within a specified range. Using the data from these sensors, the software controls the HVAC and illumination systems .

In addition to this core functionality, the software is capable to monitor performance and failures in other technology systems that are compatible with today’s industry interface standards. Through complex data acquisition modules that were developed for numerous interface languages, it collects and displays data from these devices and provides malfunction alarms to building maintenance staff.

Having this data from all these sensors and equipment in one central place will not only increase a building energy efficiency; access to all this data from multiple sources available in one easy to view dashboard will now provide a better tool for instant decision making and is an excellent tool to review historic data.

The historic data from all these devices is where another ROI of the CaDe-Solution software is present. Having the ability to extract machinery data from an historic database will provide Engineers with data to adjust (preventative) maintenance schedules.

The objectives of CaDe-Solutions are improved occupant comfort, efficient operation of building systems, reduction in energy consumption, reduced operating and maintaining costs, increased security, historical performance documentation, remote access/control/operation, and improved life cycle of equipment and related utilities