ENP Newswire -
Release date- 02052014 -
Geosyntec plans to adopt INW's telemetry and sensor technologies to enhance its core hardware solutions for remote data acquisition from field sites. INW plans to utilize OptiRTC to provide users with solutions that include remote data visualization; sensor data integration with web-based data such as weather; operational alerting and automated controls.
INW (www.inwusa.com) is a leading manufacturer of water instrumentation, data logging, and telemetry equipment for the environmental industry. OptiRTC (www.optirtc.com) is a suite of Geosyntec-developed computing services for monitoring and control of water resources systems and other advanced green infrastructure facilities.
'Our goal is to provide our customers with the easiest hardware and software technology, so they can stay focused on science,' said
'Our partnership with INW is part of our broad vision to bring change to the means and methods by which data is collected, integrated, and acted upon within disparate environmental systems,' said Marcus Quigley, P.E., D.WRE, CPESC, a principal water resources engineer for Geosyntec based in
'INW is at the technical forefront of the environmental monitoring industry and has embraced the role of web-centered hardware to enable the 'Internet of Things,'' Quigley said. 'Geosyntec's OptiRTC is one of the first software as a service (
The integration of INW hardware and OptiRTC web services will bring data from remote field locations to the desktop instantly and enable remote control of distributed equipment, which reduces site visits, eliminates data processing time, and increases understanding of site dynamics.
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