hydrostatic level monitoring

What is Hydrostatic level monitoring?

Hydrostatic level monitoring is a method to measure liquid levels in tanks, reservoirs, dams, or any other water by a submersible vented gauge level sensor. The readings from the sensor could be obtained by a data logger and transmitted to a central server where the monitored level could be analyzed and visualized. If there is an alarm condition level is getting low/high the level monitoring system generates events, alarms, and notifications.

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Grafana smart metering and monitoring

How does a smart water monitoring system work?

Wonder How does a smart water monitoring system work? If so continue reading here!

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Diamatix biomatix

ThingsLog – Diamatix partnership a paved way for IoT security offering

ThingsLog will benefit from Diamatix as a partner in Security managed services domain. Dimatix will enhance from security point of view ThingsLog product portfolio. At the same time ThingsLog IoT monitoring services will be offered as part of Diamatix Biomatix security solution.

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Utility service monitoring

ThingsLog – an elegant way for ultimate utility consumption monitoring

“What is consumption monitoring? Consumption monitoring is the ability to monitor the way you consume certain resources. In particular for the utility sector water, natural gas, electrical or heat energy.

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callflow

ThingsLog – Callflow partnership

ThingsLog announces a new partnership with Callflow the leader in ip contact centers. The new partnership will allow ThingsLog customers to get alerts and intelligent AI driven alarms as a phone calls, SMSs, emails or on their favorite channel – Slack, hubspot, pager duty or others.

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flashing led

What is a pulse output energy meter and how can you use it to analyze your bill?

Any energy meter has a pulse output option. The pulse output could be optical – a blinking diode (flashing led) used for calibrating the unit or electrical (so-called S0) pulse output.

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Arte

Hotel water supply – the most important factor for guest satisfaction

As many hotel owners know – the hotel water supply is precious. Without water hotel guests quickly run out of the hotel and claims are fired. Learn how ThingsLog can help you to avoid that situation and react quickly if it happens.

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ThingsLog DMA Zone monitoring

How to improve the water balance by introducing non-revenue waters monitoring system?

NRW (Non-Revenue Water) is water that has been produced and is “lost” before it reaches the customer. NRW monitoring is the process of monitoring losses in pipe distribution networks. Learn how Non-revenue waters monitoring system can help water utilities to improve their water balance by reducing the Non-Revenue waters.

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Wishing you a happy Easter!

ThingsLog team wish you a Happy Easter 2021!

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