Nobel Systems awarded the Environmental Monitoring and Management Award for its GeoViewer™ IoT Remote Water Pressure Monitoring System.
Celebrating Earth Day this week, Digi International, a leading global provider of Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity products and services, awarded Nobel Systems the Environmental Monitoring and Management Award for its GeoViewer™ IoT Remote Water Pressure Monitoring System.
Nobel Systems provides IoT and GIS cloud-connected operations management solutions for utilities. Its flagship product is GeoViewer™, an all-in-one asset management solution for public, private, and governmental utilities.
Digi International launched the Green Technology Awards program in honor of Earth Day, a global movement and annual event celebrating the earth and highlighting worldwide initiatives to reduce carbon emissions and protect the planet. Earth Day is celebrated on April 22 this week.
Digi International created this award to acknowledge and highlight customers that have excelled in the green technology field while offering advanced solutions for environmental issues. Each award winner has utilized Digi solutions to build or deploy technologies supporting a greener world and excelled in environmental stewardship.
These companies have shown forward-thinking leadership and innovation in eco-friendly and environmentally safe applications.Digi International
Nobel’s GeoViewer™ IoT Remote Water Pressure Monitoring System enables water utilities to monitor for leaks. The company worked with Digi to build the hardware for the GeoViewer™ real-time water pressure monitoring system.
Nobel Systems installs the monitoring system for water utilities across main and lateral water lines.
“We set minimum / maximum thresholds for water pressure readings from GeoViewer™,” said Tanmay Thakur, Nobel Systems Internet of things(IoT)/ AI Engineer. “If there any readings of data above or below these thresholds, the water district will get alerts for high pressure or low-pressure readings, which are indications of leaks.”
The IoT monitor gives water pressure readings every five minutes, enabling a water utility to monitor for leaks in real-time, address urgent problems, and avoid water main breaks that could result in significant water losses.
A unique feature of the GeoViewer™ application is it can automatically create and assign Work Orders to the nearest field crews for a problem location. “Sometimes, a water district wants to assign the work order to a specific expert,” Thakur said. “It depends on the utility.”
Additionally, the remote water monitoring system can be customized to obtain pressure readings every three to four seconds.
“Digi has a portal called the remote manager, where you can program it and also send the configuration, according to the characteristics of a water district’s assets,” Thakur said. “There are sometimes transients in the water where the pressure spikes, every three to four seconds, and most devices are not able to capture these variations. But using this device [Digi’s remote manager], you can also capture these three-, four-second readings.”
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Benefits of Nobel’s GeoViewer™ IoT Remote Water Pressure Monitoring System
- Reduces non-revenue water loss by addressing leaks quickly
- Can monitor water pressure readings throughout the year
- Use the pressure data in an AI model to predict pipeline health for the next three years
Benefits of Using DigiKey Hardware Solution
- Wireless firmware updates
- Can be installed anywhere
- It has an IP 67 rating, which means you can install it in water
- Reliable hardware
Current clients utilizing GeoViewer™ IoT Remote Water Pressure Monitoring System include the Joshua Basin Water District, Rowland Water District, Rainbow Municipal Water District, and the Banning Water District.