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Monitoring Systems

Our monitoring systems help industries and municipalities meet regulation requirements
by providing accurate data and reporting options in various environments,
such as: Water Usage, Diversion and Geotechnical.

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Water Usage

Eyasco's Water Monitoring Solutions start with a QuB equipped with sensors specifically designed for water resource applications such as, agriculture, reservoirs, lakes, rivers, streams, springs, bays, and estuaries. These QuBs are typically deployed in various scenarios, including canal operations, drinking water management, flood control, well, ground monitoring, and habitat restoration.

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Our Geotechnical Monitoring Systems employ Eyasco's QuBs. Most stations are solar powered with wireless communications, designed to gather and transmit data of soil and rock behavior. These include parameters such as: settlement, lateral displacement, consolidation and ground water levels, etc. 
Sensors employed can include vibrating wire transducers as well as piezometers, inclinometers, extensometers, strain gages and meteorological sensors to name a few.


QuB Monitoring Stations

Eyasco's QuB (Quality in a Box) stations consist of data-collecting sensors, electronics for acquisition, logging, control, and communications. These low-power systems are solar-powered with battery backup, making them suitable for remote environments.
The rugged stainless-steel enclosures are designed and assembled in Watsonville, CA, and is what makes remote monitoring possible.

Monitoring Camera Surveillance

Many installed monitoring systems utilize digital camera technology 
that offer visual surveillance of equipment and surrounding environments.  Cameras can be installed on QuB stations or stand-alone providing
real-time, PTZ viewing, night vision, photo documentation and historical time-line images. 

Smarter Communications

Depending on the location and scope of work, QuB stations may be deployed as single or multiple stations. Each system’s telemetry would be designed to communicate via radio, cell and/or satellite, depending on service accessibility and environmental conditions.

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