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Flooding, Droughts, Remote Water Monitoring Systems and Industrial IoT Sensors – August 2017 News

Floods and rising water levels are continuing to grow more extreme in our world. Recent storms have endangered the city of Houston, Texas, with a lot of flooding risks. Here in this news article you can see photos of the water rescues, emergency management, and how heavy rains caused a natural disaster.

Tools.Valarm.net Remote Monitoring Air Quality Water Pollution Industrial IoT Monitor Sensors 54 Similarly, in New Orleans, Louisiana (a.k.a., NOLA) inundating rains tested the city’s flood response system. According to this story, citizens found that the flood monitoring alerts and information left a lot to be desired, in other words a failure.

How will these holes in City Hall communications be fixed? Perhaps with more effective, real-time flood warning and water monitoring systems like those that are deployed on the east coast of the USA in Virginia.

Meanwhile, dangerous drought conditions are occurring in other parts of the USA. The U.S. Drought Mitigation Monitor Mitigation Center produces and classifies drought reports.  Dry conditions in your world are making drought risks right now in places like:

Tools.Valarm.net Remote Monitoring Air Quality Water Pollution Industrial IoT Monitor Sensors 37Water can be a precious lifeline or a dangerous, deadly weapon as this National Geographic article tells you. We need more water monitoring systems and better flow meter monitoring to avoid disasters and water issues like those happening in:

Tools.Valarm.net Water Monitoring Wells Depths Flow Meters Industrial IoT Internet of Things Applications Water Resources Management Sensors Map DashboardWhat can You do about our water monitoring challenges?

You can get engaged with your town, city, state, and federal government to make better use of technologies like Industrial IoT sensors to remotely monitor water in the cloud.  Help your family, community, and others you care about to live a healthier life with effective water monitoring systems.


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Remotely Monitoring Water, Fluids, IoT Sensor Devices, and Environmental Issues

Water Monitoring

water-monitoring-industrial-internet-of-things-devices-sensors-cloud-gateway-valarm-telemetry-remote-monitor-fluids-assets-2Water is your precious resource. For you, your family, your business, teams, and organizations. Are we running out? If so, when?

How can you and I help with effective water monitoring?

You’ll learn more in the stories about water innovation and conservation. Get ready to get wet with water issues.

According to this article 80% of California’s water is used for agriculture. Lake Cachuma, a giant reservoir near Santa Barbara, California, is almost empty. Reservoirs like this 1 are critical for your drinking water.

Now in many states such as Texas, Nevada, and California, water rate hikes are happening. This story explains how small businesses are suffering and water bills and prices are spiking.

The state of Maryland has given West Virginia full access to the Potomac River’s water. Here the WSJ tells how this 400 year old fight has ticked off consumer products companies like Procter & Gamble Co.

How can you and your organization effectively monitor water and fluids?

Take advantage of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) devices and sensors!

You can easily monitor water, fluids, air quality, vehicles, trucks, trailers…any assets.

Twater-monitoring-industrial-internet-of-things-devices-sensors-cloud-gateway-valarm-telemetry-remote-monitor-fluids-assets-1oday’s technologies make it easier and more cost-effective than ever to literally monitor anything, anywhere. IIoT gives your organization rapidly deployable monitoring solutions for whatever you need to monitor with water, whether it’s:

What Now?

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