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Start 2019 By Saving Your Time and Your Money Using Effective IoT Water Monitoring Systems

Posted by Edward Pultar on

Welcome to the year 2019. With 2018 now behind us, we're less than a year away from 2020. This is our 8th year here at the Valarm company. We've learned a ton from working with our customers over the years. Our business has adapted to the specific needs of our clients, which has been a lot of water monitoring systems in recent years. From water wells and tanks, to flood warning systems and flow meters, Tools.Valarm.net continuously monitors Industrial IoT sensors around the USA and other countries. Our customer stories page has pictures and fine details on just how effective monitoring systems...

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Tools.Valarm.net Software Now Included With Your Sensor Hubs and Monitoring Kits

Posted by Edward Pultar on

Your lucky day has arrived for you, your teams, and your organization's Industrial IoT sensor monitoring needs. You'll now receive Tools.Valarm.net credits included with your purchases of sensor hubs and kits. After you've bought your hardware from Shop.Valarm.net, simply send me a message at Info@Valarm.net with your account name and I'll add the credits to your Valarm Tools Cloud account. This means you'll automatically have access to powerful Industrial IoT software for doing everything your organization needs to do with monitoring systems: Mapping Graphing + Charting Alerting Analytics Custom Calculators 3D Earth Globe Map Visualizations Geofencing Whether you're using Tools.Valarm.net to monitor water,...

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Monitoring Water Quality with Government Agencies

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How do counties, cities, water resources management organizations, environmental consultancy businesses, and government agencies effectively monitor water quality? In Pennsylvania, USA, water quality monitoring systems are monitoring municipal water for water factors like conductivity / resistivity. These water monitoring systems upload sensor information to Tools.Valarm.net at regular time intervals. You're seeing IoT sensor hardware in the photos, which comes from Shop.Valarm.net and various sensor manufacturers like Yoctopuce and Georg Fischer Signet. Tools.Valarm.net is a flexible software platform, so you can monitor any combination of water quality sensors, like those that measure: pH Dissolved Oxygen / DO Oxidation Reduction Potential / ORP Total Dissolved...

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Remotely Monitoring Your Industrial IoT Sensors with Your Web Dashboards

Posted by Edward Pultar on

Remote Monitoring Systems Help You, Your Teams, and Your Organization to Do Things Like: Save Money Save Time Operate More Efficiently Improve Business Processes and Functions One simple way to do this is with web dashboards that monitor Industrial IoT sensors in real-time. Your dashboards are webpages that quickly report the information that's most important for you. For example, IoT sensor dashboards give you up-to-the-minute situational awareness about what's most important for your organization, like: Production Water Wells - Pump Usage, Water Levels, Flow Meters, Groundwater Aquifer Health - Know Whether How Your Water Wells Are Performing and Be Alerted If...

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Noise Monitoring Systems - IoT Measuring Sound Sensors, Decibels, and Methane / CH4 Gas Air Quality

Posted by Edward Pultar on

How do you remotely monitor noise levels? Noise monitoring systems are critical for Industrial IoT applications. Measuring decibels with sensor telemetry is easier than you might think. You're seeing images here of noise monitoring systems deployed near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Whether you need to monitor noise levels for the natural resources industry, residential areas, Smart Cities, oil & gas industry, urban or suburban noise monitoring, facilities, airports, or any other industry, you'll find these cost-effective, flexible noise monitoring systems are your best option. These units measure a variety of sensors: Sound Pressure Levels (SPL), acoustic pressure levels, and noise in decibels Methane /...

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