Important groundwater resource: 44 percent of the U.S. population depends on groundwater for its drinking water supply. There are approximately 16 million total wells in the country, and 500,000 new residential wells are constructed annually.
Millions of well measurement annually: Around 8,100 groundwater contracting firms in the United States conduct millions of well measurements annually, hired by well owners and oversight agencies to monitor just a small portion of the wells.
Time consuming groundwater measurement: Groundwater well measurement is often complicated and laborious, involving manual tape measurements with results usually written in field reports and then transported to offices, where they are processed by hand into electronic format.
With the introduction of our IGMMS technology (patent pending), Intrasen will reduce workload and add powerful data capabilities in groundwater monitoring for industrial, agricultural and residential customers, including groundwater well owners; contractors that drill, measure and manage wells; and oversight agencies. The automated measurement, data recording and data retrieval functions of IGMMS (Intelligent Groundwater Monitoring and Mapping System) will save time for field operators and managers, making tedious groundwater well monitoring tasks easier, more robust and more accurate.
The IGMMS product incorporates Intrasen’s proprietary and patented technology in a small electronic probe, which is lowered into a well. A click on the IGMMS smartphone app will control the sensors remotely, triggering data measurement and recording from within the well, and transfers results to a secure, cloud database. The data becomes visible to well owners, managers or other colleagues instantly (in their office or elsewhere). For more detailed information, please visit our website: www.intrasen.com