Mobile phones have become a central part of modern life, which has made the stability of cellular base stations extremely important. To maintain consistent, uninterrupted operations on these base stations and prevent station failures, the base station owner must monitor a number of key environmental and operational indicators. These indicators include factors such as facility intrusion, fan failure, commercial power failure, temperature, and UPS back up level. In addition, some control logic is needed to turn off the high-power radio transmitter during power failures to reduce the power drain on the UPS. This might sacrifice base station service coverage, but gives maintenance engineers valuable extra time to arrive and fix the issues.  
   
 
     
  The oil price spike four years ago has made energy conservation a top priority. Global warming is also fueling the demand for energy usage monitoring systems. According to the US Department of Energy, energy consumption can be cut by more than 15% by simply monitoring its usage and taking simple steps like turning off unused electronic devices. It’s easy enough to monitor power usage locally, but it’s a far tougher challenge to get a remote meter reading over a WAN or cellular network.  
     
 
     
  Weather stations are widely distributed and located in remote area where land lines are unavailable. The information supplied by these stations is vital to many industries, such as aviation, wind power, and national disaster response. Weather station builders and operators are usually large corporations or governments, who often use their own secured VPN to prevent unauthorized access. Any cellular devices used in these systems must therefore support IPSec encryption to provide enhanced security. Data logging and real-time alarms are also basic requirements for these applications: historical statistics are valuable for predicting seasonal change, and real-time alarms are vital to maintain high situational awareness and deliver early warnings.  
     
 
     
  Water pipeline pressure needs to be kept at 0.3 Mpa in order to deliver a reliable stream of tap water to homes, businesses, and factories. Water companies use real-time monitoring systems in order to achieve consistent water pressure management that can quickly respond to any sudden drops of water pressure.  
     
 
     
         
 
 
 
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