The Do's Dont's and Must Haves: Stormwater Monitoring Basics
Original Air Date: Nov 19th, 2014 Presenters: Kevin Simpson and Janice Landsfeld
Stormwater monitoring doesn’t have to be an overwhelming undertaking for your organization. With proper site, sensor and equipment selection, your site or network can be up and running in no time. Our team of application specialists and engineers are dedicated to resolving your compliance criteria and remote monitoring challenges. Let us help your organization avoid a costly learning curve which could result in a loss of time, money and valuable data. Some of what you’ll learn includes:
DO: Understand your specific local compliance requirements or your organization’s overall monitoring strategy and resource availability. Let our team take the guess work out site application selection, remote power requirements, sample triggers, alarming and data delivery. Join YSI Integrated Systems and Services Sr. Project Manager and Application Engineer, Kevin Simpson, and Product Manager and Technical Engineer, Janice Landsfeld. Kevin and Janice have proven field experience designing hundreds of monitoring sites for municipal, research, construction, industrial and environmental consultants while placing emphasis on a tailored approach to each unique application.
DO: Improve your knowledge of the latest remote measurement, telemetry and data visualization technology. We will cover water quality measurement, water level sensing, open channel/non-full pipe flow measurement, meteorological measurements, water sampler triggering, alarming and data delivery.
DON’T: Adopt a “one size fits all” approach. Each site is different, and there’s a special tool for every unique application. We can guide you in the right direction.
GOTTA HAVE: The proper system platform for measurement, power, control and data delivery that is robust, dependable and versatile to avoid being limited to specific sensors and samplers.