Building a remote monitoring system doesn't have to be complicated. Our plug-and-play solutions allow for simple, reliable monitoring, customized for your needs.
Hydropower dams are critical for energy production, but they can impact water quality and levels of dissolved oxygen and other gases in the water. Automated dissolved oxygen and total dissolved gas monitoring systems offer a flexible sensor, data logging, and communications platform to monitor dissolved gas levels in near real-time.
Dredging is a common practice for removal of contaminated sediments or for maintenance and expansion of ports, harbors and shipping channels. Monitoring turbidity in real-time while dredging work is being performed helps to ensure that there is minimal environmental impact and that regulatory compliance per NS 9433 is achieved.
Detecting and taking action when emergency situations arise depends on being prepared. Response to oil spills, maritime accidents, natural disasters and other unexpected events can be aided by monitoring systems that can be quickly deployed to assess the situation and keep personnel safe despite challenging conditions.
Streams and rivers are important transporters of surface freshwater that support large cities, habitat for aquatic life, irrigation, and power generation. They are susceptible to point source pollution from industrial areas or construction sites. Monitoring systems are important to detect changes in water quality and protect these valuable resources.
Waves are one of the most fascinating aspects of the sea. They have potential to present hazards to boaters, shipping vessels, near-shore and offshore constructions, and swimmers. NexSens wave buoy systems simplify collection of real-time wave height, period, and direction data in both research and continuous monitoring applications.