The importance of groundwater monitoring
Groundwater monitoring is an essential element in any environmental information system. Based upon validated groundwater monitoring data, information is derived on which decisions can be made. Constant monitoring provides the necessary data input for your smart environment and is basically the basis of the decision making process concerning spatial planning and climate change adaptation. As in all cases the rule applies; onemeasurementis nomeasurement. When monitoring groundwater continuously you can: Monitor...
UAV and USV operate with environmental monitoring case - case study
Time:June,2016.Equipment:sample collection monitoring USV,UAV The USV and UAV carry through water and air environmental monitoring, which is best way with fast , efficient , accurate and obtain evidence day and night.Our UAV cooperate with the provincial school of environmental protection’s USV to do the survey provide First-hand data quickly and accurately to provincial leader ,when Governor zhu xiaodan investigate the comprehensive improvement of the environment result of Lian jiang river basin.
Is Wired Monitoring Still Relevant? Wired vs. Wireless
Environmental monitoring is a crucial practice for ensuring the safety of critical equipment and can be used in optimizing and automating environmental control systems for efficiency. In recent years, IT managers, facility managers, and SCADA operators are now able to monitor and detect a wide range of environmental conditions in real-time. This data provides an irreplaceable and invaluable tool to optimize and control. While the many benefits of environmental sensors for preventing damage to assets and equipment,...
Case study - Dam monitoring in South Africa
The purpose of the Komati River Basin Development Project is to ensure the availability of water in order to promote economic development in the region. OTT’s part of the project was to supply dataloggers for the monitoring of the river flows into and out of the Maguga and the Driekoppies dams.The technical needs were high-level: Technology designed specifically for environmental monitoring applications Robust in construction for long-term deployment Long-life internal power source Small installation...
Cloud computing for noise monitoring
ABSTRACTCloud computing is the use of computing resources that are delivered as a service over the Internet. This means that software, hardware and network resources are centrally managed. The ubiquitous availability of high-capacity networks and reduced cost of both client and server hardware have led to a tremendous growth in cloud computing. The concept gives a huge benefit for both acoustic consultants and noise polluters that avoid investing time and money on expensive server hardware and installation,...