There are many steps to maintain reliable, accurate surface water quantity data across your hydrology network, especially in the face of technology advances, changing regulations, and security updates. And when circumstances make it difficult to get out into the field, or when your team is limited on time or resources, maintaining a network can feel challenging.
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Data loggers play a crucial role as the brain of a monitoring station, by storing data, calculating parameters, sending alarms, and more. And by using telemetry or remote communication to send data from a data logger, you can almost instantly access your data via computer, server, or smartphone to view and further process.
Groundwater measurements on site are time-consuming and cause easily avoidable costs. The same applies to maintenance visits to the device. When developing our new OTT ecoLog 1000 groundwater data logger, Product Manager Peter Schaeffeler and his team had a clear goal: To make measurement, data transmission and maintenance as efficient, convenient, safe and cost-saving as possible.
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Recently, there have been many reports in the media about changes in the mobile communications landscape. It is to be assumed that mobile phone providers will soon or in some cases dismantle or shut down their 3G network – also known as UMTS – today already.
It can be difficult to select monitoring technology for flooding applications when each step of building a network, from sensors to dataloggers to visualization software, has multiple options.