Water / Wastewater
Measure water levels in dams, ponds, lakes, or rivers.
By connecting Captis to a level transducer, water levels in remote and difficult-to-access locations can be monitored closely, allowing constant monitoring of levels and conditions.
Measure and monitor the flow of liquid or gas through critical regions in pipe networks.
Use the Captis system to determine whether pipe sizes and strengths need to be decreased or increased, ultimately lengthening the life of the pipe network by helping to eliminate weak areas.
Captis is currently the only battery-powered solution that can measure both pulse and Modbus, with minimal drain on battery life or the flow meter itself.
Use Captis to measure and monitor water quality, recording parameters such as pH, conductivity, and ORP.
Identify issues early and help prevent contamination of waterways, limiting any possible related side effects.
Measure rainfall in remote regions using a high-accuracy rain gauge connected to a Captis system, rather than rely on official weather data gathered from a station that could be located up to 100km away.
This system can also be effectively paired with a temperature measurement sensor, creating a weather station solution that can report results remotely over a cellular network.
Measure and Meter
Saving time, money and labour, Captis is a key efficiency tool for any utility.
The Captis assists utilities to accurately monitor environmental costs, avoid or avert potential regulatory violations and assists in the prevention of any unnecessary environmental damage.
Constantly monitor clients’ usage of water flow, sewage, dam levels, water quality, and many other parameters - freeing up resources, which could otherwise be used for critical or urgent issues.
Governments and Councils
Closely monitor the environmental impacts of entertainment precincts, construction sites and other assets using the Captis system.
Parameters such as water usage, flow, pressure, humidity, lux, noise as well as temperature values can be measured and reported on.
Constantly and reliably monitor water quality at local pools and parklands, measuring values of chlorine, pH, levels and temperature.
Monitor leachate levels in wells and bores and associated equipment. Monitor fire hydrants and receive notification of water usage. Monitor gas levels, temperature and pressure in landfill and disposal stations.
Captis can be used in hospitals to constantly monitor the temperatures of vaccine fridges, levels of gas tanks, and air and water quality. It can be used to monitor the level of diesel tanks to ensure they are always ready for operation in critical situations.
Chemists, medical practitioners and vets can also benefit from monitoring vaccine fridge temperatures with the Captis. In the event of a power failure, the battery-powered Captis keeps on running independently and can continue to monitor temperatures, either proving that the vaccines are suitable for use or notifying management when they fall below certain temperatures.
Captis is the ideal technology device for logging transport and logistics related events where live streaming of real-time data is not necessary.
Big data analytics has provided the opportunity to extract more value from optimising the use of existing transport infrastructure. In order to do this, more data needs to be collected for the purposes of modelling and supporting decisions.
Transport authorities, local governments and private infrastructure asset owners can utilise the Captis system to measure and monitor multimodal transport activities. This could include: vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian counts; traffic speed and classification; road or rail condition monitoring; vibration and weather and disaster impacts.
Captis’ onboard features and portable design, provide an extremely economical method of remotely managing transport and logistics issues.
Captis can be placed on to goods shipments, monitoring parameters such as temperature in the food transportation industry, ensuring refrigerated food remains within a safe temperature band or vibration on fragile shipments.
Traditionally, recording and control systems are based in a prime mover and not on the trailer, because of the requirement for power to run monitoring equipment.
Captis can run independently of any power sources, can monitor temperature and conditions in livestock or poultry shipments, foodstuff trucks or water levels in water cartage trucks, and report data back to an operator over a cellular network.
The mIoT Captis is perfect for farmers who own or manage large areas of land or those who own multiple farms separated by a commute that is inconvenient on a ‘just checking in’ basis.
In this instance, a Captis system placed on the farmers dam levels and tanks, can report whether his stock has enough water, or if there is an issue with water supply - such as a leak.
A Captis system can also be used to monitor gas flues burning waste methane, showing whether or not excess methane was burned off, providing significant savings in potential Carbon Tax.
Temperature sensors can be used in conjunction with rainfall, wind speed, and other sensors to create a remote weather station that can report up-to-date weather data in remote locations.
Food and Beverage
There are several factors in food and beverage transportation and customer experience that, until now, have been difficult to measure or control.
For example, Captis enables beverage manufacturers to monitor service lines in hospitality facilities collating information and data relating to consumption, temperature and quality, live and remotely.
This feedback can assist to more accurately measure consumer response to current advertising campaigns, monitor and report inventory levels and monitor hygiene in installations of beer lines.
Transport companies could use the Captis system to attest to the delivery of their responsibilities in relation to freshness and quality during the transportation and distribution process.