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

Posted by Edward Pultar on

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 it can handle this year.

Water is a hot topic in the western US and California, with fights and battles, as detailed in this story about Mojave water being pumped from the desert to Southern California cities. Meanwhile, there are other water catastrophes like the spillway at the Oroville Dam that eroded. It was the nation's tallest damn and you may have seen the incredible photos of the water crisis that happened. The water manager who was in charge of the emergency response crew has now retired after many years working with the California Department of Water Resources. Where do you think the next water emergency event will take place?

Meanwhile water levels are rising in areas like Virginia and the east coast of the USA. Researchers and scientists regularly meet up to figure out how to help flooding and water level risks. And residents and citizens in the City of Virginia Beach share home and flood insurance information at workshops to help out fellow neighbors.

You can read more about flood research in this story and how you can plan for sea levels coming up. Flooding can cause deaths as it unfortunately did to these victims in West Virginia. And historic flooding around the US, like in Michigan, will continue happening more frequently, which means more clean up efforts like these post-flood efforts.

It's critical for everyone to work together - local governments, communities, industry, and citizens - so something can be done about flood risks like installing flood warning systems.

Storm surge, rising tides and water levels can happen at any time, especially during hurricanes and tropical storms, since those can dump a lot of rain water quite quickly.

Are you and your community ready for water, air quality, and other environmental risks?

Here on you'll find various Industrial IoT sensor devices that give your organization rapidly deployable remote monitoring systems.

Your remote sensor measurements are available in real-time on

Web and cloud dashboards alert you and keep you informed about your remote environments and assets like tanks, trailers, and water levels.

Take a gander at our customer stories to see how cities, businesses, government agencies, and other organizations around the world use to monitor water, air, bridges, hydraulics, vehicles, flooding, and other applications.


Get in touch with us at and we'll help you, your teams, and your organization deploy your most effective remote monitoring systems.

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