Data Acquisition System

Data Acquisition System

Successful aquaculture ultimately hinges on concentrations of dissolved oxygen. Measurement of DO is the single most important water quality parameter. It is also the reason many aquaculturists are forced to make several pond checks nightly. Without close, continuous monitoring, the necessary warnings that help avoid fish stress and mortality might go undetected—causing an entire production cycle to go belly up.

Knowing all too well the demands several pond checks a night make on individuals, as well as entire aquaculture operations, eData is now able to check and control the ponds making only one stop: at your personal computer. And, if critically low dissolved oxygen conditions should occur—in any of their ponds—a radio-controlled alarm alerts you through the same computer, saving your precious time and sleep. It also allows them to take fast, informed, restorative action.

See also:


Environmental Monitoring

Geotechnical Structure

Water Control

Building Control


Canal Control

Surveillance Control