SmartCover® is a turn-key solution for remote sewer monitoring to predict and prevent sewer spills. Developed in close collaboration with industry leaders, the SmartCover® system was built to solve industry problems at high value and low burden. Providing reliable two-way wireless communications, the patented SmartCover® system provides real-time notifications to web-enabled devices, an easy-to-use web based dashboard, long and short term data collection and analysis. Built to operate at sites that are environmentally difficult or have no power or communications, SmartCover® provides “instant infrastructure” - it can operate virtually anywhere in the world, installs in minutes and is online and ready for you immediately. To learn more about SmartCover® visit smartcoversystems.com.
Milwaukee Instruments, Inc. is comprised of manufacturing, sales, and distribution facilities throughout the world. Our precision, diagnostic equipment is used in laboratories, food and beverage operations, agriculture, industry, and by hobbyists in a wide variety of applications. We... Read More
Monarch Instrument continually expands its product offerings based upon its 40-years of leadership in technologies for: Predictive Maintenance Instruments with focuses in Speed measurement, Stoboscopic Inspection, Pressure Measurement and Data Acquisition. By listening to our client base in... Read More
The award-winning SmartCover® monitoring system is a completely self-contained, turn-key solution developed specifically for the water and wastewater industry in close collaboration with industry leaders. The SmartCover® system was built to solve industry problems at high value and low burden.... Read more
SmartLevel™ Monitoring System is an integrated, real-time remote water level monitoring system. The system has been designed and built to provide completely unmanned operations. The system requires no external power, performs on-site data collection, analysis, and storage, and provides a two-way... Read more
The conventional practice of regularly scheduled collection system cleaning, especially with high frequency, is intended to lower instances sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs). Yet, this practice incurs substantial operational cost, increased pipe wear and provides no SSO protection between cleanings. Read more