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Communities and governments can soon work to reduce flooding’s terrible toll by getting earlier and more accurate flood warnings – cost-effectively – thanks to an innovative flood monitoring and mobile alerts network now in development. Evigia Systems is developing the system with partial support from a U.S. government agency, as part of the U.S. government Smart Cities Initiatives.
Evigia’s EVX1100 satellite asset tracking tag and cloud gateway has been successfully tested within the Arctic Circle in a new system for marking and tracking spilled oil under ice floes. Development of the system continues by partial support under a contract from the U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE), through the Oil Spill Response Research (OSRR) Program.
Evigia Systems, with partial funding provided by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program, is contributing innovative sensor technology and expertise to the development of a disposable tamper-proof electronic bolt seal for use in securing and tracking maritime and intermodal containers in storage and transit.
Evigia Systems has introduced the new EVX1000 family of low-power, high-performance asset tags and network gateways for use in the most demanding field applications. These ruggedized, long-battery-life sensor devices can be used to create complete, automated wireless sensing and tracking systems to run over wide-area networks with 10,000 or more feet between hops.
Evigia Systems’ ultra-low-power wireless vibration and rotation sensors are now being used – in combination with software for sensor analytics and oil spill modeling, planning, preparedness, and response – to develop a sea state reporting system for use by oil spill skimmer operators. The system provides wave heights and other essential information in real time.