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 Tools.Valarm.net.
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 your Industrial IoT sensors? What are you monitoring?
Here are other environmental monitoring applications where Valarm is deployed:
- Flood Warning Systems – Remotely Monitoring Water Levels in Rivers, Oceans, and Coasts for Measuring Storm Surge, Rising Tides, Environmental Risks, and Early Warnings for Natural Disasters
- Water Well Management – Water Usage, Levels, Aquifer Health, Groundwater, Flow Meters
- Noise, Sound, Weather, and Methane (CH4) Monitoring
- Remotely Monitoring Levees and Wells with Piezometers and Pressure Transducers
- Tank Monitoring for Industries like Natural Resources and Chemical Distribution
- Industrial IoT Sensor Devices and Systems for Monitoring Water & Fluids
Do you, your teams, and your organization need to monitor air quality stations?
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).
This write-up shows how your organization can use sensor hubs, industrial sensors like Alphasense air quality sensors, and the Tools.Valarm.net gateway. This 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)
And there’s also our Fluids and Water Monitoring Systems to give you, your teams, and your organization your most effective water resources management tools.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us at Info@Valarm.net if you’ve got any questions.