Water management combines the practices of planning, developing, distribution and optimum utilizing of water resources for drinking water, industrial and hydroelectric water, agricultural, and sewage or wastewater. Extensive monitoring of resources through a network of embedded sensors and radios for data transmission are a necessary element of water management. This network eliminates the need for onsite human monitoring and manual collection of data. Remote monitoring and centralized management of the data provide real-time information while reducing costs.
Pacific Crest’s water management solutions are designed for rugged and reliable operations. Built to survive the harshest weather conditions, radios can be positioned along pipelines or waterways running anywhere from arctic to desert environments.
Water management solutions from Pacific Crest can measure the correct allocation of water resources while others measure water levels and pressure providing real time notification of potential problems in a system. Identifying high-risk factors can pinpoint and solve infrastructure problems quickly and accurately. Utilizing direct radio communications from the remote monitoring points provide water management administrators with real time data that enables them to make sound decisions protecting and managing their water resources.