HydroTrak from iota Solutions

By: iota Solutions  19/07/2013
Keywords: Bulk Water, Fire Hydrant Theft, Hydrant Monitoring,

Online Hydrant Monitoring Device The HydroTrak device is a ruggedized data logger with built in GPS monitoring capability. Attached to a vehicle or tanker, it is capable of detecting when the tank is being filled and logging the location, date, tank volume, permit holder's name, registration details and contact number. This information is sent via the mobile phone network to a nominated server for processing. More compelling reasons to use Hydrotrak: •Overlay hydrant withdrawals with water quality complaints •Increased accountability for hydrant permit holders •Paperless process from withdrawal to billing if required – also see Hydrotrak Solution •Automated notifications via email or SMS •Cost effective, easy to install device •5 year battery life and minimal maintenance needs

Keywords: Bulk Water, Fire Hydrant Theft, Hydrant Monitoring, Water Cartage, Water Hydrant, Water Loss, water stand pipe, Water Theft, Water Truck,

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