The Internet of Things (IoT) based Pressure Monitoring system
This unique system is one of the first of its kind to be used in the US. Using GeoViewer, the water utility can view pressures at a glance throughout it’s network. This system works on a solar powered battery system, and no external power is needed
At the heart of this system is a triple bearer MicroPython enabled microcontroller – a perfect enterprise grade IoT platform for connected Things. With the latest micro chipset the system offers a perfect combination of power, friendliness and flexibility. This allowed us to create and connect things everywhere and fast. It is powered by a small and lightweight battery optimized for solar charging and a built in “Always On” feature for IoT, which means that the output of the battery or power bank does not shut off after a set amount of time. It always stays on. This battery is charged by a solar panel. The pressure sensor uses a high accuracy silicon strain gauge molecularly bonded to the stainless steel diaphragm. The accuracy is within 0.25%. The images below show the system installed in one of our customers, the Rainbow Municipal Water District’s PR Station . The second and third images show the location of the station together with the pressure output on GeoViewer Online.
Nobel Systems to implement a GIS solution at the Valley County Water District, Baldwin Park, CA
Excited to announce that the Valley County Water District has awarded a GIS solutions implementation project to Nobel Systems. Valley County Water District is the principal public water utility serving the residents and businesses within a 10-square mile community located in the San Gabriel Valley, encompassing portions of the City of Baldwin Park, the City of Irwindale, the City of West Covina, and the City of Azusa. The Valley County Water District system supplies the potable water needs and demands of nearly 75,000 residents through 12,470 water delivery service connections.
Nobel Systems will convert all paper based data in the District’s office to a state of the art GIS system. Nobel will then host the data through its flagship cloud based GeoViewer Online. This will have an immediate positive impact providing digital records online, allowing field crews to isolate valves during a shutdown and ensure that up to date is available at all times. “We were very impressed to see GeoViewer Online in action, and to have an up to date electronic information of all our assets” said Jose L. Martinez, General Manager of the District.
The City of Hawthorne selects Nobel Systems to provide enterprise cloud GIS services.
ChumDan GeoSpatial Information signs a business partner agreement with Nobel Systems
October 19, 2016 – ChumDan GeoSpatial Information signs a business partner agreement with Nobel Systems to represent the company in South Korea. ChumDan is a leading company in Seoul in aerial photography, underground facilities surveying and digital mapping. “We are very excited to be a part of Nobel Systems’ partner network, helping to bring advanced water and wastewater GIS solutions to one of the world’s fastest growing markets,” said Edwin Koh, General Manager of ChumDan. “It was important to us to find a strong partner that not only had proven, market-leading services, but also shared our vision for scaling up excellence in GIS-centric solutions. Nobel Systems clearly embodies the best in class.”
“We are pleased to welcome ChumDan to our partner network, and we look forward to having their expertise in helping us take advantage of the vast opportunities in the South Korean market,” noted Michael Samuel, President & CEO of Nobel Systems. “With their strong client base, industry expertise and excellent reputation for customer service, ChumDan further enhances our ability to offer the very best software solutions and support to our customers in this key Asian country.”
From left to right: Edwin Koh, General Manager, ChunDan GeoSpatial, Michael Samuel, President, Nobel Systems & Doug Jacobson, Commercial Attache of the United States Commercial Service.