Ensuring safe drinking water is a complicated and resource intensive process involving stringent state and federal requirements. Failures in the system are not only costly but can pose serious threats to public health. Pumping tests provide needed data to ensure proper flow and aquifer levels. With DriveConnect technology in place it is possible to significantly minimize expensive lift station drawdown testing.
Drive‑Chat enabled solutions can reduce costs with automated alerts and remote anywhere anytime access.
With Drive‑Chat you can:
- Monitor every pump in the system
- Efficiently control pumps
- Check well health
- Receive real-time alerts before major failures occur
- Customize alerts per specified conditions
By DriveConnect based in Brandon, FLORIDA (USA).
Environmental data allows organizations to manage and monitor their compliance with greenhouse gas regulations, the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, and many others. Additionally, many companies must generate and report environmental data to uphold permits which allow them to conduct their business.
By enVirSys LLC. based in Littleton, COLORADO (USA).
Measuring groundwater level or depth-to-water is critically important for identifying long term trends, including declining water levels, saltwater intrusion, seasonal variations, aquifer recharge, artificial aquifer storage and recovery, and level status for drinking water. Receiving groundwater data via remote data transmission from one of the many OTT telemetry options available saves time and resources spent in the field.
By The OTT Hydromet Group based in Kempten, GERMANY.
Subsurface environments are critical not only as water resources but also for energy use including geothermal, CO2 sequestration and oil & gas operations. These sensitive environments are directly affected by anthropogenic activities, hence monitoring is essential. Temperature offers insight into a variety of physical properties and can be used for flow monitoring and flux quantification in the subsurface. Traditionally, point sensors have been used to collect temperature data; however, significant limitations exist.
By Silixa Ltd based in Elstree, UNITED KINGDOM.
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