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AVTECH's Room Alert Environment Monitoring Platform Earns Top Honors in 2023 Smart Buildings Innovation Awards

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Smart City Building Innovation 2023 Award
Rhode Island manufacturer of proactive environment monitoring products recognized for helping protect facilities and the people within them with their Room Alert platform

WARREN, R.I. - eTradeWire -- AVTECH Software (AVTECH), the leading provider of network-based environment monitoring solutions, is thrilled to announce that its Room Alert environment monitoring platform has been recognized as a winner of the prestigious 2023 Smart Buildings Innovation Awards. Organized by IoT Evolution World, the awards program honors outstanding achievements in the development of innovative smart building technologies.

Now celebrating its 35th year in business, AVTECH manufactures Room Alert, the world's most popular environment monitor for business continuity plans, outage prevention, and workplace safety. Room Alert is made in the USA and proactively monitors environment conditions such as temperature, humidity, flood, power, smoke, and more. Room Alert is currently used in 187 of 196 countries by organizations ranging from thousands of small businesses to Boeing, Sprint, Microsoft, over 80% of the Fortune 1000, the United Nations, and many government agencies.

Room Alert stood out among the competition due to AVTECH's unwavering commitment to continuous innovation and the platform's expanding versatility in addressing compliance needs. AVTECH consistently introduces new features and products to the Room Alert line, ensuring that it remains at the forefront of environment monitoring solutions.

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In recent years, Room Alert has gained widespread adoption for its ability to safeguard individuals against injury and illness caused by environmental factors such as high heat index. Its comprehensive suite of sensors effectively monitors a wide range of additional environmental factors, including temperature, humidity, power fluctuations, and water leaks, providing real-time alerts and enabling proactive action to prevent potential hazards, damages, or business downtime.

"We are incredibly proud to receive this prestigious award, which validates our unwavering dedication to providing cutting-edge environment monitoring solutions that not only enhance building operations but also play a crucial role in protecting the well-being of occupants," stated Richard Grundy, President and CEO at AVTECH. "Room Alert's ability to adapt to the evolving needs of smart buildings and its growing adoption for security and compliance purposes are testaments to its versatility and effectiveness."

The recognition from IoT Evolution World further solidifies AVTECH's position as a leader in the smart building technology landscape. The company remains committed to developing innovative solutions that empower building managers and occupants to create safe, efficient, and sustainable environments.

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"It is my pleasure to recognize Room Alert, an innovative solution that earned AVTECH Software the 2023 IoT Evolution Smart Buildings Innovation Award," said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. "I look forward to seeing continued innovation from AVTECH in the future."


AVTECH Software (AVTECH), a private corporation founded in 1988, is a computer hardware and software developer and manufacturer based in Warren, RI with an international sales office in Dubai, UAE as well as an international distribution facility in Shannon, Ireland. AVTECH's Room Alert products are made in the USA and proactively monitor critical facilities and assets for conditions such as temperature, humidity, power, flood / water leakage, smoke / fire, air flow, room entry, motion, cameras and more. Room Alert is in use in over 185 countries and can be found in over 80% of the Fortune 1000, most state and federal agencies, and all branches of the US military. For more information, please visit RoomAlert.com.

Russell Benoit

Source: AVTECH Software, Inc.

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