Do you, your teams, or your organization need to monitor water levels or flood warning systems?
When you watch the video you’ll see how our customers, like U.S. government agencies and smart cities, have installed flood monitoring systems that integrate Industrial IoT devices and sensor hardware made by various hardware manufacturers like Senix.
Below you’ll find the full audio script for the video. Whether you need to monitor water levels, flooding, flow meters, water quality, water wells, or anything else, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Info@Valarm.net.
Video Voice Over / Transcript:
Howdy, this is Edward from Valarm.
In this video, you’ll learn about flood warning systems deployed by government agencies and Smart Cities in the U.S. These monitoring systems use Industrial IoT sensors to remotely monitor water levels.
Your water monitoring systems are deployed on bridges, beaches, rivers, lakes, marinas, and anywhere else you to monitor water.
The flood warning systems you’re seeing in this video are using ultrasonic and radar level IoT sensor technologies.
You can use any flavor of internet connectivity for sending your sensor information to Tools.Valarm.net, like GSM, mobile cell networks like AT&T, T-Mobile, Ting, or Verizon in the United States / USA, WiFi, ethernet, LoRa, Ingenu, or super long range WiFi antennas.
You, your teams, and others at your organization will configure custom alerts on Tools.Valarm.net / Valarm Tools Cloud.
When are your water levels too high or too low?
Now you’ll know. Heeeyyy, good times with rhymes.
Custom web dashboards also give you an easy-to-use, private page with your logo where you, your teams, and your organization can have the latest real-time information in the exact formats you need it.
Whether you need to monitor flooding, water levels, noise, tanks, vibrating wire piezometers, air, water wells, or other industrial equipment and assets, we’re here and ready to help you deploy your most effective monitoring systems.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch at Info@Valarm.net if you’ve got any questions.
Thank you for watching.