Water level monitoring for environmental studies.
Water level monitoring provides valuable insight for environmental studies. Level data is collected by our internet-connected sensors and transmitted to an online platform with flexible export options and API's.
Our sensors are designed for long term deployment making them a perfect solution for extended studies and gathering seasonal data. Configure the sensor to suit your project and collect cost-effective, reliable hydrological data.
All our sensors are simple to install and set up yourself. Attach to existing posts, fences or bridges or build a custom frame. A low upfront cost makes water level monitoring affordable for community-funded studies.
Scaleable to suit your needs, install one sensor or many to ensure comprehensive coverage. Receive customised notifications for abnormally high and low levels or report data directly to an online community.
The Waterwatch LS1 provides a cost-effective solution to gain monitoring coverage for your flood protection scheme. Keep updated on changes in water levels with real-time alerts.
Ongoing monitoring allows issues to be identified early so preventative maintenance can be carried out before weather events arrive.
From farm flooding to seaside communities, Waterwatch has a cost-effective solution to ensure you are protected against our ever-changing climate.
As a set and forget monitoring system, simply install and configure the sensor to receive notifications for rapidly rising or abnormally high water levels. Alternatively, collect consistent measurements and study fluctuations.
Waterwatch sensors are being used to monitor ponds, rivers and streams for long term hydrological studies at community wetland complexes.
The data collected allows staff members and volunteers to plan future wetland management, making decisions regarding habitat restoration, weed and pest management and developing protocols for water quality assessments.
The low maintenance sensor has a 10-year battery and is enclosed in a compact, UV resistant, waterproof enclosure for long term studies.
Waterwatch sensors are fully remote meaning data can be accessed from anywhere from our online platform or mobile app.
The flexibility of our sensor configuration means they are suitable for many projects big and small. These LS1 sensors are being used to monitor water pooling in the marshlands of Australia.
The local council receives a notification when water pools are formed and are able to spray mosquito breeding grounds. Only dispatching pest management teams when they are needed has saved the council money, labour hours and resources while keeping mosquito numbers low.
All our sensors are designed to be flexible to suit a variety of industries. Enquire today to see if we can help you with an upcoming project.
The compact and unintrusive LS1-P is designed for measuring water levels in confined spaces such as underground galleries.
With built-in telemetry, 0.5% accuracy and a 10m range, the LS1-P is the prefered choice for hydrologists and local councils.
Our online platform provides flexible data export options and integrations with several hydrology and water management systems.
This pressure-based depth sensor is one of a regional network of groundwater level recorders throughout Canterbury. The information collected with Waterwatch Live is used by Environment Canterbury for water resource management.
Sharable access with staff, volunteers and public
Low upfront cost makes monitoring accessible for community-funded groups
A reliable platform for long term studies
Can be installed on existing fences, posts or bridges
With an ever-changing climate, environmental monitoring is becoming more necessary as ever. From studying sea level rise and seasonal fluctuations to exploring ecological environments, Waterwatch sensors are an accessible solution for water level monitoring.
The compact device has no external components making it fit right in wherever you need it. Simply attach the sensor at 90° to the water surface by screwing it in place and connect to the mobile app.
These sensors are being used by the NZ Marine Studies Centre assisting in marine life research and the effect of tidal fluctuations on their studies. Data is presented in an open, online platform for community access.