We provide the complete infrastructure for real-time access to surface water and groundwater levels analysed and visualized as per end user requirements.
Our solution consists of the following
A mechanism by which the level of water is measured and relayed to the electronic remote monitoring unit. User’s can very the probe’s specification depending on a host of factors such as desired accuracy, depth and range of measurement.
Remote Monitoring Unit
Remote Monitoring Unit (RMU) gathers data from the probe, decodes it and then encodes it for transmission via GSM to the cloud server. The RMU may be customized to provide remote ON/OFF capabilities to farmers and dynamic water level sampling rates as per requirements.
Receives data from a remote monitoring unit deployed in the field, processes and stores data.
A user can access real time water level data on a mobile and web app interface, the web UI can be tailored to client requirements so that data is visualized and understood at an intuitive level. We are committed to extracting and sharing with customers useful, actionable insights from the data collected. Below are two examples that depend on the scale of deployment. In the first image is data viewed from a single sensor. In the second is a sample visualization of groundwater contours made with data from multiple wells. [Image credit: USGS]
As the density of deployment in an area increases and the change in water level over time is recorded other parameters of high utility can be determined such as groundwater availability (aquifer contribution by rainfall/natural recharge or canal water), consumption (both direct and indirect), well properties (hydraulic yield) and aquifer properties (transmissivity, storativity). The interplay of all the aforementioned elements would enable us to predict water scarcity and availability in the future for different regions.