You can now use powerful Esri ArcGIS Tools with your Industrial IoT sensor measurements on

This provides you with a variety of quality base maps such as National Geographic and Open Street Map for any monitoring scenario. You’ll find these useful whether you’re monitoring Smart Water systems, water wells, flow meters, flood warning systems, or anything else.

Simply select your Valarm devices and date ranges to work with your data and don’t worry — you can’t delete any of your data or devices with these Esri ArcGIS tools so feel free to click around and experiment.

Valarm is an Esri Business Partner, which means that more features and basemaps will be added in the future, please don’t hesitate to send us a request at if you’d like to have anything in particular. (Update: You can now use 3D earth globes for mapping, graphing, visualizing, and doing analytics on your Industrial IoT sensor measurements with Esri ArcGIS Earth integrated into

Here are a few of your key new features available on integrated with the Esri ArcGIS API:

  • 9 Basemaps (Including imagery, terrain, topographic, oceans, OpenStreetMap, National Geographic)
  • Geocoder (Type in a location and hit enter to zoom to that place)
  • Symbolize any sensor data with class breaks using different colors or point sizes or a combination of both.

Your Industrial IoT sensors are available at

Have a gander at our Industrial IoT Customer Success Stories and Web Dashboards to learn more about how our customers use monitoring systems to

  • Increase Effectiveness
  • Improve Business Operations and Bottoms Lines
  • Save Time, Money, and Lives

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at if you’ve got any questions.



Symbolize your sensor data by color and / or size using the Esri ArcGIS class breaks algorithm.



View your Valarm sensor data on any of 9 different basemaps including satellite imagery, streets, light gray canvas, terrain, National Geographic, OpenStreetMap, and topographic.



You can quickly go to different locations and view your sensor data using the geocoder in upper left part of the map.