Scour monitoring beneath abutments, bridges, piers, and other underwater structures is important for early-warning and preventative management strategies and commonly use sonar based sensors.
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Nitrate, phosphate, and other nutrients are increasingly important indicators of the overall health of a water system. Real-time nutrient monitoring with NexSens telemetry systems offers critical insight into these water quality changes over time.
Real-time lake monitoring systems allow water quality experts and lake management professionals to stay a step ahead of water quality issues.
Monitoring dissolved oxygen levels is key for any hydroelectric facility. Real-time data allows for a quick, responsive mitigation plan.
Although flooding is more likely in some regions than in others, it’s possible almost anywhere. As weather patterns change and become more unpredictable and more extreme weather events occur, flooding will become more common. And while it may seem intuitive that bad weather might cause flooding, general information isn’t enough to save lives and protect […]
Monitoring dissolved oxygen (DO) at hydroelectric plants is vital to the survival of aquatic organisms within the ecosystem and must be managed properly.
Protecting drinking water resources is a primary concern. NexSens offers customizable and scalable solutions for monitoring raw water intake.
NexSens stream and river monitoring stations are designed to simplify the setup and operation of real-time water quality and hydrology measurement systems.