Energy across borders

Written by Etienne Hilgen on 19 August 2021

The European Commission has announced plans to finance a cross-border energy infrastructure by 2050 to support its goals for climate neutrality. But, achieving this will necessitate a significant scale-up of Europe’s infrastructure. Here, Etienne Hilgen, at Ovarro, explains why the right choice of telemetry unit, software, SCADA and simulation systems will be crucial to maintaining this infrastructure. The cross-border energy... Read more


Monitoring ground water level with NB-IoT solutions

Written by Henk Berkhof on 24 June 2019

With Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, data collection has become cheaper. As a result, new applications are introduced. Groundwater monitoring One of these new applications is groundwater monitoring. At the Emmtec Industry & Business Park in Emmen, groundwater is used for making process water, OY water or demineralised water. This is used for the production of steam and electricity for their two combined heat and power (CHP)... Read more


A waterproof RTU for tailor-made solutions

Written by Henk Berkhof on 27 August 2018

Due to increasingly frequent weather conditions with many wet or dry periods, organizations are forced to take additional measurements. It happens more and more that our RTUs and data loggers have to defeat extreme weather conditions. Our data loggers and RTUs have to work reliable, even in wet conditions they have to perform their tasks reliable. In extreme situations like floodings, it is important that managers have reliable real time... Read more


New developments at Datawatt

Written by Roy Gerding on 01 December 2016

We are continuously working on our product portfolio. At his moment we work on new developments.  A successor of the famous D05 RTU is in progress and we have released an Internet of Things (IoT) solution. Product portfolio In the past years, we have developed many different models substations and RTUs. This inevitably leads to changes in our product portfolio. At this moment our engineers work on the successor of the D05 RTU and substation.... Read more