How does Your organization effectively monitor water?
Watch the video above to learn how Tools.Valarm.net monitors your water systems with Industrial IoT sensors.
Whether you need to remotely measure water levels, flood warning systems, flow meters, piezometers, water usage, transducers, or any other water factors, we’ll work with you and your teams to deploy monitoring systems that improve your business operations, while saving your time and your money.
To learn more, take a gander at our customer stories, Industrial IoT applications, case studies, and use cases.
And have a look at our web dashboards for remote monitoring systems, like well water level monitoring systems.
Questions? Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me at Info@Valarm.net
Video Transcript / Voiceover:
Howdy, this is Edward from Valarm.
In this video you’ll learn about how our customers use Tools.Valarm.net for remotely monitoring water.
Water monitoring systems measure a variety of environmental factors using Industrial IoT sensors. You’re seeing how Tools.Valarm.net software is used to monitor water wells, flood warning systems, flow meters, and water levels around levees and other bodies of water.
We work closely with government agencies, like the State of California Government, Department of Water Resources (DWR), and city governments on the east coast of the US, to monitor levees, water well levels, and flood monitoring systems. We also work with businesses, private organizations, and environmental consultancies to deploy water monitoring systems measuring things like water usage and consumption, piezometers, transducers, and flow meters.
Any business, smart city, or any other organization can use Tools.Valarm.net software to monitor, graph, alert, analyze, API connect, and visualize on 2D and 3D maps.
Effective water resources management means you’ll improve business operations and effectiveness, while saving time and money.
Thank you for watching.
Take a gander at our website and Industrial IoT customer stories on www.Valarm.net.
And please, don’t hesitate to talk to me at Info@Valarm.net if you’ve got any questions.