Measurement methods and applications

Our measurement methods, whether whether being level, flow, precipitation measurements, overflow registrations or other, range widely in relation to the individual type of application. However, all have in common that they are part of our IoT portfolio.

All measurement data can be viewed directly by the customer, either by loggin on to DANOVA® server, or directly to a SRO / SCADA system via API. Alarms can also be set up in relation to the achievement of limit values.

The following are stylized examples of how the measurement methods can work in practice. However, it is far from limited to these, as the flexibility of our system and measurement methods means that only the imagination sets the limits – Contact us and hear more about how we can solve your task.

The following illustrates a continuous tank or silo monitoring.

D-Log® sends the measurement values ​​of the radar to the server, where e.g. may be programmed a overfill alarm or low material level alarm. From there, an automatic message about emptying or filling of materials is forwarded – A simple, fully automatic and resource-saving solution that secures against expensive production stoppages.

Flow measurement in well

Here is a typical flow measurement scenario in a well. The flow is measured via the sensor in the well, which emits ultrasonic signals that are reflected by the water particles. When two of these signals are present, they are correlated to a velocity. These signals are divided into “time windows” up to 16 pcs. which gives a very accurate picture of the flow profile in question.

This data is then forwarded via the logger to the server, after which the customer can log in and see the very accurate flow data.

Precipitation measurement

Measurement and registration of precipitation is a very effective tool to have in this day and age of climate change, with increased amounts of cloudbursts and precipitation, in general.
Here is an example of a precipitation measurement, where data is sent to the server and on to the user. A set-up that e.g. provides the opportunity to work with this data in the form of locally based prediction models etc.

Monitoring of overflow structures.

The following illustrates an overflow structure, with level radar, D-Eye® camera and data logger. In the event of overflow situations, these are registered automatically, in addition to taking pictures of the structure. This data can be accessed at home from the office via login on the server, or directly to SRO / SCADA. The visual overview can i.a. save ressources for unnecessary deployment of staff for cleaning grids, etc.

Measurement of pH and oxygen level

The following example illustrates a pH measurement in a sewer and an oxygen measurement in the river into which the sewer flows. A very effective way to determine the health condition of the river. The customer can read the measurement results directly, at home from the office.