Monoscan and the indian monsoon case study – OEM GSM Modem – Kingston SD Memory Card

MONOSCAN and the Indian Monsoon SolidAT MONOSCAN is the basis for a remote monitoring and alert solution against flood conditions in India. The challenges During the Monsoon season, agricultural lands are flooded near bythe city of Aurangabad, State of Maharashtra in India. The localGovernment required an alert solution to remotely monitor the riverlevel and determine when water should be released through the riverdam. A remote wireless solution was required withstanding locallyharsh rainy conditions. The Solution SolidAT provided a total solution based on the MONOSCAN system for continuously measuring the river water level.

The system is connected to a OEM GSM Modem via a 4-20mAinterface. The solution provides periodic SMS reports and specialalerts indicating dangerous water levels. The MonoScan is attachedto the top of a pump tower, 15 meters above minimum water level andaccurately measures the river level at harsh outdoor conditions.SMS messages are received in the supervisor cellphone and are alsoreceived at a central control station where a third solutionprovides continuous situation awareness information. Summary SolidAT provides all that is required for successfully coping withthe Monsoon: SolidAT MONOSCAN system, OEM GSM Modem, GSM antenna and a local power supply.

Allcomponents are sealed in a vandalism-proof box allowing theultrasonic wave to escape through the bottom hole.
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