Do You, Your Teams, or Your Organization Need To Remotely Monitor Tanks?

How does Industrial IoT remotely monitor Your fluids, air, water, assets, and/or equipment?

Watch the video above to see a breakdown of Industrial IoT Sensor Dashboards for Remote Tank Monitoring!

You’ll see customer examples of chemical tank monitoring in locations all around the world. And learn how monitors tanks throughout the western part of the U.S. in locations like California.

Whether you’re in Bakersfield, Central Valley, Ventura, Oxnard, or anywhere else in the world, we’re ready to help you save time and money with effective tank monitoring. Are you ready to remotely monitor your assets and tanks?

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Video Voiceover / Transcript:

Howdy! This is Edward from Valarm.

In this video you’ll see how our customers use Industrial Internet of Things, a.k.a., IoT, sensors to remotely monitor water, air, tanks, equipment, assets, and anything that’s important for your organization.

Valarm dashboards use the APIs to show real-time sensor information on custom web dashboards. We made each of these dashboards according to our customer’s specific needs and continue to improve them as the customer requests.

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Let’s take a gander at dashboards for remotely monitoring tank levels and volumes. Once you log in you’ll see all of the tanks your organization is monitoring with Valarm. You can see what the monitoring units look like in the photo. In this case, the units have Flowline ultrasonic or radar level sensors. Note that you can use any sensor manufacturer with, like Senix as well. These non-contact sensors regularly measure tank levels so you can know how many gallons or liters of product you’ve got. Quite useful for chemical distribution and effective product management. In this example the customer needs to monitor tanks of agricultural fluids like sulfur, acids, and oil.

Some tank monitoring units use WiFi and solar panel power, while others use power over ethernet with standard mains 110V wall power, to send sensor information to You can use the internet connectivity, power, and sensor options that work most effectively for your specific scenario. Since is an open platform, you can use sensors made by any manufacturer around the world.

You can use the date range tool widget to choose what time period you’d like to graph for your tank volumes. You can also have the dashboard page will automatically refresh with the latest sensor values every few minutes.

This dashboard is simple and easy to use. From anywhere in the world, and on any device, you can quickly see what’s going on in your remote locations. This is more effective than going out to the field and taking a measurement by hand, or banging the tank with a stick and listening then making a guess as to how full your tanks are. Now you know exactly when someone has taken from or added to your tanks. And you know just when need refills to top off so you never run out of stock!

That’s a quick overview of a Valarm tank dashboard. Is your organization ready for 1 of these?

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We’re here to help your organization deploy your most effective remote monitoring system solutions. And thank you for watching!