Valarm is airborne! Dr. Thomas Arnold, a professor at Dickinson College, showed us how easy it is to get cloud-based + real-time + geo-tagged sensor data with drones and Valarm. Tom is a climate change researcher in the Department of Biology and Environmental Studies. Specifically, for this Smithsonian funded project he’s tracking acidification in the coastal zone.
We’re happy to see that Valarm software is being used for such awesome applications! For more on airborne CO2 monitoring, coastal vs. ocean acidification, carbon dioxide + marshes, and a video of Valarm sensors flying on a drone check out Dr. Tom Arnold’s blog post with extensive scientific details on what he’s up to!
Where will you fly Valarm sensors? What are you monitoring?
Here are other environmental monitoring applications where Valarm is deployed:
- Air Quality – Particulate Matter & Specific Gases like Ozone / O3
- Monitoring Water & Fluids
- Agriculture / Viticulture
- Water Level Monitoring for Natural Resources / Upstream Oil & Gas
- Mobile Air Quality Monitoring for City Governments
- Water Flow and Water Usage Monitoring
- Noise / Sound Telemetry for Gas Compressor Stations
- Water Monitoring for the Oil & Gas Industry
- Monitoring Water Depths / Levels and Usage in Southern California Water Wells
- Remote Tank Monitoring in Real-Time
Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or a story on how you’re using Valarm!