Two-Way Communication: From Station to Software

When devising a monitoring network architecture, two-way communication is revealing a new host of compelling use cases that were previously less known. For those looking to get a better grasp of this topic, this infographic delves into how hydrology experts can reap the benefits of bidirectional connectivity for telemetered sensors while clearing major concerns around it.

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