- Functional Applications - Remote Monitoring & Control Systems
- Sensors - Flow Meters
- Sensors - Level Sensors
- Facility Management
- Outdoor Environmental Monitoring
Denver Green School wanted an optimized rainwater harvesting system to eliminate wet-weather discharge and retain water for irrigation.
Denver area school
About The Customer
OptiNimbus was applied to a 3,000-gallon above-ground cistern collecting runoff from a 7,300 sq ft roof area, creating an optimized, advanced rainwater harvesting system. The system provided important research data, supplied water for irrigation, and also engaged young students with the future of green infrastructure technology.
Water Flow Rate, Water Level, Water Meter Readings
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