Challenges
  • Wastewater and stormwater overflows and flooding
  • Measuring impact of rain events on the system
  • Monitoring and recording information around CSO/SSO events
  • Reducing the impact of overflow and flood events on public health
  • Minimizing environmental impacts caused by overflows
  • Providing accurate data to meet regulatory requirements
  • Capturing reliable historical data
Solutions

A Flexible Solution for Open Channel Flow Monitoring and Management. Trimble Unity software combined with Telog wireless, battery-powered recording telemetry unit (RTU) provide a GIS-centric cloud and mobile platform for monitoring flow meters in open channels and non-pressure pipelines.

Telog offers two solutions:
1. Interface with your existing flow meters (shown above on the left)

2. Connect directly to FloWav PSA-AV area-velocity flow sensors (shown above on the right)

Telog’s RTUs are built to withstand harsh environments so they can be located virtually anywhere there is a need  flow meter for monitoring water level, flow velocity, water quality sondes, temperature, and battery voltage measurements. Telog recorders can store data internally for many months, if required, and wirelessly transmit on a defined schedule or in response to alarms, providing a reliable open channel flow monitoring, alarming and management.


Benefits
 

Monitor and Reduce Overflows (CSOs/SSOs) and Flooding, Protecting Public Health and the Environment

 
 
Streamline management and regulatory reporting
Reduce response time to water and wastewater incidents
Real-time situational awareness
Minimize flooding and environmental impacts
 

Components
AV Sensor.jpg

Recording Telemetry Unit (RTU)
Telog Ru-33
(pictured here, antenna required)

Sensor
FloWav A/V (pictured here)
Ultrasonic level

Pressure level
Water quality Sondes
Temperature level
Rain gauge


CSO/SSO MONITORING VIDEO
 

ARTICLEs

New management platform helps Louisville utility with environmental data integration

The anatomy of a comprehensive flow monitoring program

Flow metering, the story it tells

City of Baltimore uses Telog recorders to monitor hundreds of sewer flow sites

How to manage a million data points in your system 

How Blacksburg increased their wastewater collection system capacity

London, Ontario solves data loss issues

How to survive a consent decree

Using web-based flow monitoring and hydraulic modeling system to eliminate the blind spot