How and why do you need to monitor water? Water monitoring systems are more important than ever as the precious resource seems to come in quantities that are too much or too little.
Having too much water and rain is causing an increase in flooding in areas like North Carolina and Texas. Could it be climate change?
How about storing excess water underground to use at a later time when you’ve got a drought? This ‘thinking outside the box’ idea is used in California, Florida, and the pacific northwest in the U.S. Now Houston, Texas, is considering what they can do. Along with the help of hydrologists and engineers, this article details how Texas is researching how rainwater can be quickly pumped so it can avoid dangerous flooding conditions.
Water quality and drinkable water is critical for you and your family. However, even as a water works case was won by farmers that should have helped with water pollution, the water is still polluted in Iowa according to this story.
What can you do about the need for better water monitoring?
How do you deploy effective water monitoring systems?
You can use the most appropriate internet connectivity for each deployment, whether it’s WiFi, GSM mobile cell network, or Ethernet.
Do you need flexible flood monitoring systems for Smart Cities?
Open platforms like Tools.Valarm.net let you combine and integrate water and fluid sensors made by any hardware manufacturer like Flowline, Senix, In-Situ, Atlas Scientific, Geokon, Vaisala, Campbell Scientific, Eno Scientific, Omega, and McCrometer.
Want to learn more about water monitoring systems and remote sensor solutions?
Please don’t hesitate to talk to me at Info@Valarm.net if you’ve got any questions.