How to ensure real-time access to Antarctic tide data

One of the most important challenges, when designing monitoring facilities in remote locations, is resilience. Remote tide gauge systems operate in extremely harsh environments and require robust communications systems that almost never fail and are capable of storing large amounts of data locally as extra protection for data. Scientists from the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) are therefore upgrading the South Atlantic Tide Gauge Network (SATGN) to include the latest low power dataloggers with built-in satellite telemetry capability – the SatLink 3 from OTT HydroMet.

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Location, Location, Location: Choosing the Right Telemetry Method for Your Remote Water Monitoring Applications

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Because of the remote locations and naturally harsh environments of many water resources, monitoring and communicating the resulting data is not always simple or straightforward. Telemetry is an automated process for performing measurements and collecting data back to receiving equipment for analysis. Remote or inaccessible locations require the use of different radio communication technologies integrated into the telemetry system to transmit the information. Therefore, a remote telemetry system is a necessary tool for many water resource monitoring professionals.

Download our whitepaper and get an in depth look at using the most effective and efficient telemetry method to monitor and transmit water resource data based on the location of the application.

Webinar | Learn How to Access Remote Data with Hydromet Cloud – Web & App solution at a glance!

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Hydromet Cloud is an evolved yet simple Secure Web-Based Data Hosting Solution – capable of retrieving data from remote field stations and delivering information to you anywhere in world. Find out more during our live webinar!

Webinar-date: 3 May 2017, 2:00 pm

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Agenda:

  • Access to current and historical measurement data
  • Time series – Create charts and tables
  • Export of time series data
  • Design your own dashboard to view current data
  • Automatic alarms based on limits and rate of change
  • Data corrections
  • Mobile app to display current measurement data and alarms