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Tools.Valarm.net Features for Monitoring Your Organization's Industrial IoT Sensors

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  What can you, your teams, and your organization do with Tools.Valarm.net ? The overview video above covers some Valarm Tools Cloud features that you'll probably find useful. Valarm Tools Cloud helps you save your time and save your money by monitoring Industrial IoT sensors that measure and monitor various things like: Water Wells Flood Warning Systems Noise, Air, and Environmental Factors Bridges and Structural Health Monitoring Levees and Vibrating Wire Piezometers The video above details these Valarm Tools software features: Sensor Alerting via SMS / Text Message or E-Mail Volume Calculators for Tanks and Other Product Vessels Aliases and Custom Naming of...

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Remotely Monitoring Your Industrial IoT Sensors with Your Web Dashboards

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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

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

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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 Tools.Valarm.net 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...

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Water Monitoring Systems - News on Water, Flooding, and Remote Monitoring with Industrial IoT Sensors

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Water is a precious natural resource for you, your family, and your community. You're probably aware that water is critical for our life on this planet, which means that we need to take proper care of water. Fortunately, today's technologies like remote monitoring and Industrial IoT sensor devices, make it easier and more cost-effective than ever to deploy automatic water monitoring systems. The water system in California is regularly adapting and this article details how giant water tunnels will help the environment in the most populous state of the United States. Perhaps the western US and California will have more water than...

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