Magnus Services, a start-up oilfield water management and automation company based in North Dakota, was looking for a way to remotely monitor and control water usage during the fracking operation in order to maintain critical water levels and prevent overflow of tanks onsite, which can bring work to a standstill. It was also important for the company to improve the utilization of its mobile units, which are often used on a customer site for three to four weeks but need to be relocated to different locations in an efficient manner.
- Accurately monitor and control fracking site water supplies
- Log and send data from and to remote devices
- Rugged and reliable communications from extreme environments