Using green space to support urban sustainability & combat climate change

Between the continued expansion of the built environment and climate change impacts, establishing, preserving, and protecting green spaces is more critical than ever. Supporting both ecosystem services and numerous health benefits, green spaces and green infrastructures play a key role in environmental sustainability, improving water quality and our quality of life.

Whether you're studying the urban heat index or focused on improving stormwater management, HOBO data loggers, weather stations and reliable, easy-to-use monitoring systems can support your project.

HOBO® weather station and remote monitoring sends green roof environmental data wirelessly

HOBOlink Remote Monitoring Software for Green Space

HOBOlink helps you ensure a quality green space by providing remote access to environmental, soil, and weather conditions

Learn About HOBOlink

HOBOlink Remote Monitoring Software for Green Space

HOBOlink helps you ensure a quality green space by providing remote access to environmental, soil, and weather conditions

Stay Informed

Take action with real-time email and text message alerts

Visualize

Gain insight into your data with Google Maps and dashboards

Web Configuration

Easily configure stations and sensors on the web

Make Data-Driven Decisions

Analyze data trends to make informed decision

HOBOlink monitoring software connects to mobile phone in field with remote monitoring station
View of HOBOlink laptop dashboard view of data
Laptop rests on researcher's lap who sits outside while configuring HOBOlink software, which is visible on the screen
Graphic showing how HOBOlink cloud-based software integrates HOBO weather stations and sensors data to analysis tools like NEWA's analysis software

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