Hakai’s remote monitoring systems let the Tula Foundation change the way science is done on the coast, giving them instant data from an amazing sensor array. Read on to see what we’ve helped make possible.
While each remote station is customized to meet the needs of the application, they all share a few common elements. Our stations are fully autonomous, powered by an energy system that endures year-round abuse from challenging environmental conditions. Data is transmitted by cellular, satellite, or other radio network technology. It’s all secured and supported in a purpose-built apparatus that’s withstood every test our clients have subjected it to. Give us your measurement or monitoring requests, and we can build a dependable system around your sensor array or capture device.
We’ve installed remote monitoring systems everywhere from 6,000ft elevation in -35C to below the raging surf of the BC coast. Our innovative assemblies and rugged build allow you to collect data in any environment with incredible reliability. Our network of over 40 scientific sensor stations spread throughout the coastal rainforest has set a new standard for reliability.
Don’t wait for a weather window, charter a boat, hike for a day and hope that your monitoring station has been collecting data for the past six months. All data collected by our remote monitoring systems can be transmitted directly to your base in close to realtime. Directly connect to your remote device to view data, update programming, stream video, and more.
Our adaptive, cost effective approach can yeild maximum results, avoiding the lengthy and expensive consultation and engineering cycle. As systems integrators, we efficiently consult and design, saving your budget for implementation. We’ve successfully deployed sensor networks with over 20 nodes in a single working season.