The easiest way is to use Tools.Valarm.net JSON API with the Esri GeoEvent Extension for ArcGIS Server.
Haga un clic por aquí para ver este tutorial en español castellano.
In this HowTo tutorial you’ll learn how to get real-time, geo-enabled remote monitoring data from tools.valarm.net into the Esri GeoEvent Extension so you’ll have it in your Esri GIS for big data analysis, warehousing, and decision-support roles. This is done in the screenshot on where you see water monitoring system info and pH levels from this sensors deployed in remote Pennsylvania streams.
First off make sure you’ve got these things set up:
- Valarm Tools Cloud JSON API URL for your Valarm sensor data flowing to tools.valarm.net (See the screenshot above and here’s a tutorial on connecting your sensor devices to Valarm Tools Cloud. Also, this page has all the info you’ll need on Valarm’s sensor APIs)
- Installed and configured Esri ArcGIS Server
- Installed and configured Esri GeoEvent Extension for ArcGIS Server
Once you’ve got those things then connect to your Esri GeoEvent Extension Manager in your web browser and follow the steps below!
Now you’ve seen how easy it is to bring your real-time, geo-enabled Valarm sensor data into the Esri ArcGIS Platform by using GeoEvent Extension!
Many thanks go to Jacob Boyle, Adam Mollenkopf, and RJ Sunderman for their help in configuring the demo shown here.
Click here to learn more about the stream water quality monitoring units that were used in this example.
You can literally monitor anything, anywhere with Valarm – have a look at the Customer Stories page for more information on remote telemetry deployments with Industrial Internet of Things / IoT.
Click here to see read this blog post on real-time Valarm sensors with Esri GeoEvent Extension for ArcGIS Server in Spanish.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us at Info@Valarm.net if you’ve got any questions, comments, or suggestions!