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Monitoring Systems

Our monitoring systems provide accurate data and comprehensive reporting,

supporting municipalities, landowners, and agencies in meeting regulatory requirements.



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Eyasco’s Environmental Monitoring Solutions feature specialized sensors tailored for water resource applications. These sensors are adept at monitoring various water bodies, including agriculture, reservoirs, lakes, rivers, streams, springs, bays, and estuaries. These are typically deployed in various scenarios such as canal operations, drinking water management, flood warning systems, habitat restoration, and well and ground monitoring.

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Our Infrastructure Monitoring Systems serve as critical tools for collecting and transmitting data related to soil and rock behavior. These systems employ various sensors, including vibrating wire transducers, piezometers, inclinometers, extensometers, strain gauges, and meteorological sensors.
The key parameters monitored include settlement, lateral displacement, consolidation, and groundwater levels.


QuB Monitoring Stations

Eyasco's QuB Monitoring Stations are what makes our Environmental and Infrastructure monitoring possible. These robust stations incorporate data-collecting sensors, electronics for acquisition, logging, control, and communications. Designed for low-power operation, they use solar-power with battery backup and are housed in rugged stainless-steel enclosures. Ideal for remote environments, our stations are meticulously designed and assembled in Watsonville, CA.

Measurement Sensors

Eyasco employs a diverse range of sensors, each with a proven track record and consistent performance.

These sensors provide accurate measurements across various conditions. These sensors typically cover critical
parameters such as flow rate, water level, pressure, temperature, and water clarity.

Reliable Communications

Depending on the location and scope of work, QuB stations may be deployed as single station or require 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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