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Groundwater Monitoring Telemetry System

According to the most recent CGWA standards, any industry that extracts more than 10 cubic meters of water must deploy an IoT system for groundwater monitoring and obtain a NOC.

Within ninety days of receiving the NOC, you have to implement the groundwater telemetry system in each of your currently-existing groundwater abstraction structures.

According to the gazette announcement, there might be a penalty of Rs 2,000,00 for either not installing the Groundwater telemetry system or operating one that is malfunctioning.

The Sustainability Cloud's components
  • Borewell Level Transmitter : In noisy borewell data, CWGA uncovers hidden patterns and trends. This is significant since natural changes, irrigation, rainfall, and other factors can all affect borewell levels.
  • Electromagnetic Flowmeter: By breaking down the flow signal into its individual frequency components, CWGA can identify dominant frequencies and possible anomalies such as air bubbles, malfunctioning pumps, or malfunctioning valves.
  • IoT Cloud Connector : The IoT Cloud Connector acts as a bridge between groundwater monitoring sensors (like level transmitters and flowmeters) and a cloud platform for data storage and analysis.
  • Cloud Platform by visiting your dashboard : Visualize current water levels, flow rates, and other sensor data from multiple wells directly on the dashboard.
  • Benefits of using The Sustainability Cloud

    • Real-time, round-the-clock monitoring of pressure, temperature, flow, and level.
    • Organize the data you have on water quality.
    • Create reports that may be shared or used internally.
    • Receive notifications via SMS and email to help with maintenance and planning.
    • To avoid overextraction and adhere to the necessary established limitations, forecasting and baselining are necessary.

    Key benefits


    A groundwater monitoring system (CWGA) facilitates the careful observation of groundwater dynamics by offering continuous data on water levels, flow rates, and other parameters. This allows users to observe variations in flow patterns.

    Water Temperature

    Water's electrical conductivity normally rises with temperature, so CWGA can detect possible temperature changes by monitoring variations in conductivity.


    Monitoring pressure across different depths within an aquifer helps understand its hydrogeological properties and flow dynamics. Long-term data can reveal how pressure fluctuates with seasonal changes in precipitation and recharge.

    Depth and Level

    The key metrics for aquifer health. Monitoring these over time reveals sustainable use and predicts future water availability.

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