Telemetry Articles

  • Harmony Europe Is More Than Equipment

    More Than Equipment Harmony Europe, located in Toulouse, France, has been the subsidiary office of Harmony Enterprises for the past ten years.  Although they are a direct extension of Harmony Enterprises, Harmony Europe is responsible for a wide range of business outside of the continental United States.  This office has done an incredible job with equipment sales, service, and special ...


    By Harmony Enterprises, Inc.

  • How to Add a Secondary Telemetry to Your GOES Station

    GOES, for all it’s no-cost, reliable virtues, has some drawbacks. First, it’s a one-way transmission—there’s no way of sending any data to your station. This means there’s no way to reprogram a data logger or reboot a stuck data logger or purge a bubbler without (an unplanned) visit to the site. The Stevens SatCom GOES transmitter provides built in capability of ...

  • Top 9 specs to consider in a GOES transmitter in 2016

    If you haven’t considered these specs before, you should—and here’s why.  Option to easily add 2-way telemetry. The reasons for having 2-way redundant telemetry are explained in the above article…a dual-telemetry system can always be cobbled together, but when the GOES transmitter is designed with this capability built-in, things are so ...

  • Harmony SmartPacks are a Smash at the French Open

    Harmony SmartPack and The French Open – A Perfect Match! The French Open has become synonymous with superb tennis, beautiful venues, and an interactive audience engagement.  Like many other major sporting events, it strives to utilize innovative and sustainable waste solutions that enhance the guest experience.  Partnering with our subsidiary office, Harmony Europe, located in ...


    By Harmony Enterprises, Inc.

  • Live Webinar: HL7 - A New Smart Platform for Better Data

    Live Webinar Thursday, October 26, 2017 11:00 am Eastern Time / 17:00 pm Berlin Time ...


    By OTT HydroMet

  • How the Indianapolis Airport Authority is going green while saving money - Case Study

    The Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) is actively supporting environmental sustainability efforts as a member of the global aviation community.  The IAA is “committed to engaging in environmentally responsible, sustainable operations, and minimizing any adverse environmental impacts.” This progressive group has identified three main ...


    By Harmony Enterprises, Inc.

  • Indianapolis Airport – Food court & concourse - Case Study

    The Indianapolis Airport serves more than 8 million business and leisure travelers each year and averages 143 daily flights, seasonally and year-round, to 43 nonstop destinations. IND is the first airport in the U.S. to win LEED® certification for an entire terminal campus. LEED is a green-building award for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. Waste Handling Equipment ...


    By Harmony Enterprises, Inc.

  • 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 ...


    By Enviromon.net

  • 3 Reasons APG`s Tank Mesh Wireless Excels in Remote Measurement Monitoring

    Often, when we talk about Remote Monitoring, we’re talking about having access to your monitoring system when you are not on site. That is, it’s for monitoring for when you are remote from the system. But what about when it’s ...

  • Port of London Authority Tidal Monitoring System - POLATIDE 5: High Level - Case Study

    Background: Valeport recently worked with marine data specialists, Oceanwise, to design and deliver a complete tidal monitoring system for the Port of London Authority (POLA), please read on to find out more about the system referred to as ‘POLATIDE 5’. Introduction: Valeport and OceanWise ...


    By Valeport Ltd

  • Dual Telemetry with GOES

    Make GOES more effective and reliable with a secondary telemetry option. GOES, for all it’s no-cost, reliable virtues, has some drawbacks. First, it’s a one-way transmission—there’s no way of sending any data to your station. This means there’s no way to reprogram a data logger or reboot a stuck data logger or purge a bubbler without (an unplanned) visit to the site. ...

  • Rotork valve actuators at hub of automated flood alleviation scheme - Case Study

    Overview An extended scope contract performed by Rotork Site Services has successfully delivered full automation of a flood alleviation scheme protecting the historic town of Cardigan in West Wales. The project involved replacing unreliable actuators from another manufacturer, installing a PLC control cabinet and interfacing with the existing river level sensor and telemetry system. ...


    By Rotork plc

  • Wireless monitoring and control – where did it come from and where is it going?

    The benefits of digital network monitoring and control systems are widely acknowledged. Reduced cabling complexity, reduced installation costs and the desire to obtain increased levels of information from the plant have all contributed to thedevelopment and adoption of the technology since the second half of the twentieth century. With the introduction of its first Pakscan system in 1984 – ...


    By Rotork plc

  • Wireless networks take control

    Wireless monitoring and control can provide benefits for new installations or retrofit ...


    By Rotork plc

  • INTRINSICALLY SAFE WIRELESS MONITORING AND CONTROL NODES ARE CERTIFIED WORLDWIDE FOR USE IN HAZARDOUS AREAS

    INTRINSICALLY SAFE WIRELESS MONITORING AND CONTROL NODES ARE CERTIFIED WORLDWIDE FOR USE IN HAZARDOUS AREAS DX99 FlexPower nodes from Banner Engineering are available in metal housing for gas and dust atmospheres A series of intrinsically safe wireless communication nodes certified for worldwide use in explosive gas or dust atmospheres is available from Banner Engineering. The nodes interface ...


    By Banner Engineering Corp.

  • WIRELESS NETWORK PROVIDES MONITORING AND CONTROL OF SENSORS, PUMPS AND OTHER DEVICES AT UP TO 56 REMOTE LOCATIONS

    WIRELESS NETWORK PROVIDES MONITORING AND CONTROL OF SENSORS, PUMPS AND OTHER DEVICES AT UP TO 56 REMOTE LOCATIONS DX80from Banner Engineering replaces costly wiring in wide area installations A scalable wireless network that can monitor and control I/O functions or provide serial communication at up to 56 locations is available from Banner Engineering. The SureCross DX80 product line replaces ...


    By Banner Engineering Corp.

  • National Grid, Croydon case study

    National Grid, Croydon Morgan Est Contractors for National Grid Supply and installation of telemetred groundwater monitoring network, May 2006 - ongoing Hydro-Logic recently completed the supply and installation of borehole instrumentation and a telemetry monitoring system to monitor groundwater conditions in 28 observation wells ...


    By Hydro-Logic Services

  • National Grid, Croydon case study

    Morgan Est Contractors for National Grid Supply and installation of telemetred groundwater monitoring network, May 2006 - ongoing Hydro-Logic recently completed the supply and installation of borehole instrumentation and a telemetry monitoring system to monitor groundwater conditions in 28 observation wells located at 19 sites in the vicinity of Croydon. The project was required to ...


    By Hydro-Logic Services

  • A generic state model with neighbourhood support from wireless sensor networks for emergency event detection

    Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) typically consist of numerous sensor nodes deployed in an area, for the purpose of detecting the existence of 'interesting' patterns or events. Although various event detection (ED) approaches have been researched, most are limited to the specific ED scenarios. This paper proposes a generic state model with neighbourhood support (NS) from WSNs for emergency event ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Protecting Remote Monitoring Sites from Lightning Damage

    Protecting monitoring sites from lightning damage is an important consideration for equipment and stations that are deployed in areas that are prone to lightning strikes. Lightning that does not directly strike a site may still cause damage by traveling through the ground and into buried sensors or cable. Proper planning for such events can help reduce the risk of lost data or expensive ...

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