No. But Wellntel owners can see how their own well compares to regional conditions.
Wellntel owners login to a secure and private website where they monitor trends and set alerts regarding conditions in their own well. They also have access to information about the conditions in their own well compared to average conditions in an area around them. This "average-of-others" data is completely anonymous. First, in order to see any average-of-others information, there must be at least 3 other systems within 5 miles of a customer's well. Furthermore, the average-of-others data is a daily average, so no single well or pumping event is available to anyone other than the owner of that specific well.
Wellintel is designed to be as private as the customer wants it to be, and we take every precaution to make it so. Read more about our privacy philosophy here.
It is also designed to be secure. No useful data is stored at the well or in the Wellntel sensor. So no one can access local data by tampering with a Wellntel device.