Zepiro satellite and cellular telemetry are commonly used in water management. Satellite telemetry uses satellite networks to transmit data from remote locations, while cellular telemetry uses cellular networks to transmit data. Here are some examples of how these systems are used in water management:
Remote monitoring of water quality:
Zepiro Satellite and cellular telemetry can be used to remotely monitor water quality in rivers, lakes, and reservoirs. This data can detect and respond to pollution incidents and identify trends and changes in water quality over time.
Zeprio Scorpio, a digital interface device, can be used for flow and pressure, water quality like pH levels, turbidity, and dissolved oxygen for reliable and effective decisions.
Remote control of water distribution systems:
Zepiro Satellite and cellular telemetry can be used to control water flow in pipelines and other distribution systems remotely. This allows for efficient water management, ensuring water is distributed where it is most needed.
Zeprio Gemini flow and voltage current or pulse interface devices are used to monitor water pressure in pipelines and distribution systems. This enables water managers to detect and respond to changes in water pressure and to identify areas of the distribution system that may require maintenance or repairs.
Flood warning systems:
Zepiro satellite and cellular telemetry can be used to monitor water levels in rivers and other water bodies, allowing to collate localised data to assist with producing early warning alerts of potential floods. This information can be used to evacuate people and property from flood-prone areas and to minimise damage from floods.
Zepiro cellular telemetry devices in flood warning systems can help to improve the accuracy, reliability, and effectiveness of flood warnings, enabling authorities to take action to protect people and property in the event of a flood.
Remote monitoring of water resources:
Zepiro satellite and cellular telemetry can be used to remotely monitor water resources, such as groundwater and surface water, reservoirs, and dams in remote or hard-to-reach locations providing real-time data on water quality, quantity, and usage. This information can be used to inform water management decisions and to identify areas of water scarcity.
Zepiro satellite solutions can be used from remote locations where traditional communication systems are unavailable or unreliable. This makes it particularly useful in remote monitoring of water resources.
Using Zepiro satellite and cellular telemetry in water management enables remote monitoring and control of water resources, providing critical data and insights that can be used to improve the efficiency, safety, and sustainability of water systems.