Live Webinar: HL7 – A NEW Smart Platform for Better Data

Webinar-HL7oct

Live Webinar Thursday, October 26, 2017 11:00 am Eastern Time / 17:00 pm Berlin Time

The HYDROLAB HL7 multiparameter sonde offers a versatile, durable and practical solution to the day to day needs of monitoring programs for both simple and complex deployments. With a large sensor suite, it is able to thrive in demanding environmental conditions for long term continuous and profile monitoring.  It helps our customers to correctly log data autonomously and easily integrate into real time telemetry systems.

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HYDROLAB Operating Software

  • Simple and intuitive guided software
  • This powerful software tool helps to make better decisions, minimize errors, and increases efficiency in the lab and on the deployment site.

Webinar Agenda:

  • Improve efficiency with streamlined setup & calibrations: Log files, data collection and guided calibrations
  • Traceable data you can trust: Calibration logs, leveraging metadata for data quality, and HYDROLAB HL7 Operating Software
  • Experiences from the field: Long-term field deployments and extreme depth profilingFind out more during our live webinar. Includes LIVE Q&A SESSION

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