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Wellntel Announces Sensor Firmware V2 (SV2)

Today, Wellntel is announcing Wellntel Sensor Firmware V2 (SV2). This new firmware is important in two ways: 1.) It substantially improves the ability of an out-of-the-box sensor to find and track groundwater levels with little or no calibration in a wide range of physical and acoustic well conditions, and when situations in the field change. Therefore, it simplifies start-up, improves… Read more »

Wellntel Launches the Community Groundwater Monitoring Network in a Box

Community Groundwater Network in a box

Wellntel’s Community Groundwater Network in a Box is a citizen-science breakthrough and enabler of true public/private partnerships to improve rural life and resource resilience. Five systems, well-placed, create a new standard for local groundwater understanding and agreements. A Community Groundwater Monitoring Network in a Box is a way for a community to come together to… Read more »

As central oversight lessens, neighbors take resilience into their own hands

A reach of the Little Plover River in the Central Sands area of Wisconsin

The need for continuous hydrological data is growing, while the ability of government agencies to collect and interpret these data is flat or declining. Photo from Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Bulletin 111, full citation below * The responsibility for groundwater resource management is shifting from governments to citizens Recent legislation and legal rulings on… Read more »

Rainfall impacting groundwater levels in Central California

Wellntel: Rainfall vs groundwater level

Wellntel owners in central California are tracking the impacts of heavy rainfalls on groundwater levels in their wells. In a dramatic weather turn, the skies have opened up over an area that has suffered many months of drought. In Paso Robles, for example, there has been a total of seventeen inches of rainfall since October, with eleven of it… Read more »

Wellntel Sponsors – Changing the way we see Groundwater

Wellntel Sponsors

Coinciding with Groundwater Week 2016, Wellntel Announces “Sponsors” — a program designed to make groundwater facts available everywhere. Wellntel’s new “Sponsor” program makes large-scale, stakeholder-engaging groundwater monitoring a reality. Sponsoring of Wellntel systems is happening in 25 states already. Today’s announcement formalizes the program and augments the underlying tools and resources that make it possible…. Read more »

Announcing SensorLink: a powerful new PC app to get more from your Wellntel Sensors

Wellntel SensorLink

SensorLink is a PC application intended for use with Wellntel Sensors to enable remote start-up, collection of readings, upload of collected readings to the Wellntel Cloud, local reading collection and well diagnostics. SensorLink is useful as an alternative to a Wellntel Gateway, when Internet connectivity is not available but a Wellntel Sensor is being used to… Read more »

New Features on Wellntel Dashboard; including Smartphone Hydrographs

Wellntel Mobile Web Hydrograph

Earlier this week, we posted new features to customer dashboards to provide easier access to the most important groundwater information, improve communication, increase system accuracy and uptime. Here are a few of the highlights: 1.) Mobile Web includes Groundwater and Tank Level When you login to your Wellntel account using a smartphone, you’ll be able… Read more »

29-Jul server updates complete, performance normal

July 31 2016 update: Server performance has returned to normal after slow response times and database access during updates on Friday (29-Jul) and Saturday (30-Jul). A few customer may receive an email or text alert saying that a sensor or gateway is down as stored messages dequeue. Customers can choose to temporarily disable this alert until the… Read more »

Alert errors reported and corrected.

Earlier this week (week of July 25, 2016), some customers received text alerts saying “No measurements have been received from your Wellntel sensor…. ” though a quick check of the dashboard showed sensors continuing to perform. Thanks to those of you who reported the oddity. The alerts were sent by mistake by one of our back-up… Read more »