Last week, the Valarmy deployed Industrial IoT / remote sensor monitoring applications at our 4th straight Esri Partner Conference and Developers Summit in Palm Springs, California! It was a cool, literally and figuratively, week with some rain and beautiful rainbows over the desert mountains.
The photo you see is from our booth in the expo where we had live, real-time, + interactive demos of sensor telemetry deployments our customers use in the real world to monitor things like:
- Water Wells (Depths / Levels + Flow Meters / Water Usage)
- Weather / Meteorology / Environmental Danger
- Tank Levels / Volumes
- Fluids + Liquids
- Fleet Vehicles, High Tech Transport, Water + Air Quality
- Flood Monitoring Systems, Fluid Levels Risks, and Early Warning Systems
We learned about the latest upcoming and exciting features for the Esri ArcGIS platform. A pleasant surprise – Esri founder Jack Dangermond used screenshots of Valarm air quality monitoring solutions in the opening plenary. You’re seeing a photo here thanks to Katie Decker from the Esri Emerging Business Program!
The conferences were a great time to catch up with our friends at Esri and Cityworks. We discussed customer needs for Industrial IoT and remote monitoring in verticals / industries like natural resources and city governments.
Tools.Valarm.net is an open platform. We’re flexible for your needs. Your organization can quick and easily integrate Industrial IoT sensor monitoring with any of your business intelligence / analytics systems, like the Esri ArcGIS platform and Cityworks.
Remember that your organization can use sensors made by any manufacturer to remotely monitor air quality, water, vehicles, industrial equipment, assets, flooding risks / warning alerts, or anything, anywhere!
- Campbell Scientific
- Foxboro / Schneider Electric
- Eno Scientific
Please don’t hesitate to contact us at Info@Valarm.net if you’ve got any questions
Or if you prefer to chat on the phone that’s fine! Give us a ring and we’ll talk on the phone: +1 (424) 442-0963.
Above you’ll get an idea of this year’s beautiful #EsriEPC conference rainbows on the mountains of Palm Springs!