Nobel Systems has installed GeoViewer IoT, a real-time pressure monitoring system for the Mission Springs Water District in Desert Hot Springs, CA.
The system monitors water pressure along the district’s utility lines using a GIS map-based system. If a leak or break occurs anywhere along the system, the water district employees are immediately notified via text.
The IoT-based system works without electricity or WiFi networks. It is powered by a solar panel-charged battery. Data is transmitted through a regular Verizon or AT&T LTE Cat M1 network. Water pressure is transmitted every 5 seconds to Nobel’s GeoViewer Online and Mobile applications. Read more about the system here.
The Mission Springs Water District ( @MSWaterDistrict ) serves the areas of Desert Hot Springs, and parts of the Coachella Valley County Water District, the West Palm Springs Village and San Gorgonio Mutual Water Company systems, with more than 1.25 million feet of pipelines, 14 water well,s and 24 reservoirs, covering 135 square miles.
Nobel Systems’ has been delivering geospatial and innovative cloud solutions to municipalities and public utility districts for 20 years, by leveraging the latest smart-map and synchronization technology available.