The OTT ecoLog 1000 is a self-contained, cellular groundwater level logger for measuring water level and temperature. It provides reliable system up-time and accurate measurements while avoiding data gaps. It’s simple to operate using just a smart phone or PC via integrated Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) -no additional tools for maintenance or battery replacement. It supports mobile devices, smart phones, and tablets operating with Android, iOS or Windows 10. Configure and monitor your data remotely with integrated 4G/2G mobile communication to avoid unnecessary, expensive trips to your measurement site and send encrypted data with automatic retries if transmission fails. Also, the cable length can be adjusted comfortably on-site.
Learn more about this smart new device in this live webinar and take the chance to join a question round with product manager Peter Schaeffeler.
Tue, Sep 17, 2019 2:30 PM -3:30 PM CEST
Find out about new smart sensors and solutions for (urban) water management application at this year’s IFAT. Our OTT Hydromet stand team is waiting for you and is looking forward to interesting discussions. Secure your ticket now and make an appointment on our stand. Simply send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “IFAT“, indicate the number of tickets requested and, if required, the date and time of your visit at our booth.
Focus on this year’s IFAT for you: Smart sensors for urban areas – with new sensors, we will show you how rain / precipitation, water level and flow events are measured and how the data is sent reliably to your data center, control center or data cloud.
The new smart sensors for smart city solutions – small, compact and no maintenance … attributes that are convincing!
World Water Day, on 22 March every year, is about focusing attention on the importance of water. This year’s theme, ‘Nature for Water’, explores nature-based solutions (NBS) to the water challenges we face in the 21st century.
Browse through stories about nature and water from around the world.
The water supply of the city of Vienna stems from high-source water pipelines of the Lower Austrian-Styrian Alps. Here, snow depth measurements play a major role. In the following, we explain, why this is so relevant and how it is monitored… Continue reading