Water Quality

  • YSI EXO-1 Multiple Parameter Sonde
  • YSI EXO-2 Multiple Parameter Sonde
  • YSI 6-Series Multiple Parameter Sonde
  • Global Water Optical DO

Case Study: Outfall Monitoring and Remote Sample Collection

Water Level

  • VanEssen Diver Family (micro, mini, CTD, Cera, Baro-Diver (up to 328ft))
  • Global Water Pressure Transducers (3ft to 60ft)
  • Siemens Pressure Transducers


FDS supplied equipment and communication gear at a storm water outfall to support compliance monitoring at a Superfund Site in northern Florida. The purpose of the equipment was to the monitor flow conditions and remotely collect a composite storm water sample when specific data conditions were met.

Photos of water and well projects deployed throughout the U.S.


Sanitary/Sewage Systems

Stormwater Compliance

Remote Monitoring

Case Study: Operational Monitoring

We have 1000's of project hours!


Groundwater Extraction


Production Groundwater

Well fields

Groundwater Remediation System Optimization

Tell us about your biggest water or well site challenges, the data you need to collect, the instrumentation and sensors you want to include, or any other environmental monitoring system design needs you may have. We will recommend a real-time data network that gives you what you need. 

​FDS has ready-made support for various water and well monitoring sensors that tie into our web application. Real-time data is available through our web application for all of the sensors listed below, as well as multiple remote configuration options for many of the listed sensors. FDS can also work with you to put new water and well sensors and devices onto our platform.

Case Study: Groundwater Remediation Site

Twenty-two optical Dissolved Oxygen (DO) sensors were installed in individual wells during a treatability pilot study. The sensors provided real-time DO data to the project team via the Internet to guide decisions, such as increasing air injection pressures or
changing injection intervals.

Water & Wells

FDS supplied instrumentation and communications hardware for remote real time monitoring of an existing groundwater monitoring and active product recovery system. The project involved installing a Magnehelic pressure transmitter and gauge on the effluent of an existing on-site SVE (Soil Vapor Extraction) unit, coupled with a PID (Photo Ionization Detector) for direct reading of TVOC (Total Volatile Organic Compound) concentrations in the exhaust flow.

Alternate sensor models and types can be integrated into our system

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