Valarm at Air and Waste 2014

Pawel from Valarm & Mike Sumich from Esri showing the power of geo-tagged, real-time sensors.

We went to our first Air & Waste Management Association (AWMA) conference this spring. The conference was in Long Beach, California.

We joined up with Esri and showed conference attendees the power of Valarm + Esri ArcGIS Platform.

You may have guessed that folks needed to learn more about pollution and air quality monitoring.

Remote monitoring systems with were a big hit for monitoring toxins, gases, particulates, and pollutants like:

Your GPS-tagged sensor information is mobile and automatically uploaded to as often as you need it. People at the conference were shocked to hear how easy it is to collect localized sensor data in the cloud, in real-time.

We enjoyed our first time at this conference and it was a fantastic success. We’re looking forward to the next AWMA conference.

Does your organization need to remotely monitor air quality?

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Have a look at our Air Quality Monitoring overview page!

Also take a gander at these Air Quality Monitoring Systems we made with SC – AQMD (Southern California Air Quality Management District).

AQMD is a California government entity. SC-AQMD is responsible for air quality monitoring and compliance in Los Angeles, Orange County, and the great majority of Southern California.

This write-up shows how your organization can use sensor hubs, industrial sensors like Alphasense air quality sensors, and the Industrial IoT gateway. lets your organization rapidly deploy boxes to remotely monitor just about any air quality factor, like:

  • Particulate Matter – PM1, PM2.5, PM10 with Optical Particle Counters like the Alphasense OPC-N2
  • Specific Gases – O3 (Ozone), NO2 (Nitrogen Dioxide), H2S (Hydrogen Sulfide), VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds)

Does your organization need to monitor water, liquids, or other fluids? Take a gander at our Fluids and Water Monitoring Systems that give you, your teams, and your organization your most effective water resources management tools.