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Levees and Water Monitoring with Transducers, Piezometers, Vibrating Wire Sensors, and Industrial IoT

Posted by Edward Pultar on

Remotely monitoring transducers, piezometers, & vibrating wire sensors?

Levees, rivers, wells, & other water bodies with sensor telemetry save time + money for your organization. 

You're seeing photos here of monitoring systems that are measuring Geokon piezometers / vibrating wires (VW).

We put the Industrial in Industrial IoT.

These piezometer sensors are useful for safety and monitoring levees / dikes, pressure, temperature, environmental health, and your community's safety.

This project is a collaboration between various organizations like the government of California, Department of Water Resources (DWR), Wood Rodgers environmental engineering consultants, Teichert Construction, HDR, and Jensen Drilling Company.

Some of the units are equipped with the Geokon LC-2 x4 which supports up to 4 piezometer sensors connected to one datalogger.

All of the piezometers upload real-time sensor information to via RS-232 sensor adapters connected to sensor hubs from

Want to learn more about remotely monitoring piezometers, transducers, and vibrating wire sensors? Take a gander at this customer success story monitoring bridges, expansion joints, and structural health.

These water monitoring systems are rapidly deployable and effective. You can make them yourself or we'll make them for you, deliver, and install them like you see in the photos with Lorenzo and Edward in the field getting their boots dirty.



We're here and ready to help you, your teams, and your organization deploy your most effective Industrial IoT and remote monitoring systems.

Take a gander at our Industrial IoT case studies, remote monitoring use cases, Customer Success Stories and Web Dashboards to see how organizations benefit by integrating in various industries.

Whether you need to monitor piezometers, water wells, stormwater, groundwater, flow meters, or water levels and flood warning systems, we'll work with you to take care of your remote monitoring needs.

Please don't hesitate to talk to us at

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