At frst it seems impossible: how can a sensor on board of a satellite circling the earth at an altitude of some 700 kilometers not only identify the total biomass of algae in the water, but also identify species of algae. This is related to what remote sensing specialists call the refectance spectrum of the water. The spectrum is a specifc fngerprint that is created by measuring the refection of water using extremely sensitive sensors, either onboard of a satellite or inside our equipment on the ground. We use a variety of algorithms to translate refectance spectra into concentrations of specifc compounds and phytoplankton species
By BlueLeg Monitor BV based in JG Sneek, NETHERLANDS.
Operational efficiencies make good sense for business and for resource preservation. To extend the life of wells, gain more production from them, and to safeguard expensive pumps and motors from running dry, companies are retrofitting well pumps with VFDs (Variable Frequency Drives). But even with VFDs, wells are not being optimized to produce the maximum sustainable amount of water and are still running dry resulting in damaging hard stops on pump motors.
Drive-Chat powered remote access systems optimize well and irrigation operations. With it, it’s estimated that irrigation well production can be significantly increased.
Drive‑Chat powered systems can:
- Equalize pump and motor speed to maintain safe drawdown levels
- Monitor well health
- Eliminate dry holes and the potential for well collapse
- Avoid pump damage due to emergency stops
- Extend useful service life of the well
- Receive real-time alerts before major failures occur
By DriveConnect based in Brandon, FLORIDA (USA).
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