Murray Irrigation is automating its 3,000 kilometers of irrigation channels in New South Wales with over 2,200 Senix ToughSonic ultrasonic sensors.
Irrigation management is serious business in Australia especially within the Murray-Darling Basin, a 1,000,000 square kilometer watershed that is home to Australia’s most productive agricultural land. The basin’s 23 rivers have some of the lowest and most variable flows in the world. A massive system of dams, lakes and canals stores water from mountain snowmelt and seasonal rains and distributes it to farms and communities throughout the growing season.
Senix Corporation is once again a proud sponsor of the Solar Boat team at Technical University Delft in the Netherlands. Senix ultrasonic sensors play a key role in controlling the hydrofoiling process which, in turn, provides much of the boat’s energy efficiency. The engineering students at TU Delft unveiled their new boat design at the Amsterdam Boat show this week.
Senix Corporation today announced the expansion of the Philippines Flood Warning System, which relies on Senix’s ultrasonic level and distance sensors to monitor coastal, river and urban flooding. Senix water level sensors play a key role in monitoring the risks associated with tropical rains, storm surges and tsunamis which make the archipelago among the most flood prone in the world.
A variety of factors make the Philippines, and especially the Manila region, among the most flood prone in the world. Tropical rains flow rapidly from mountain uplands to the Manila basin where dense urbanization accelerates run-off. To make matters worse, Manila is built on lowlands that are getting lower due to ground water extraction and the weight of urban concrete and steel. As a result, typhoon storm surges can now extend up to 20 km inland. In addition to these weather risks, the Philippine coast is predicted to experience a Tsunami up to 10 meters high in this century.
Ultrasonic distance sensors are used to measure stack height, wave height, crop height and more, but at HealthWorks! Children’s education center in Tupelo MS, Senix ultrasonic sensors are measuring the height of energetic children.
You can now download Computer-aided design (CAD) models of any Senix ultrasonic sensor from the ToughSonic® product pages on http://senix.com/. It’s just one aspect of our ongoing commitment to deliver high-quality product information to customers. The drawings—offered in .IGS, .STEP and .SLDPRT formats—can be downloaded from the corresponding product page and inserted directly into your […]
Special pricing for Senix ToughSonic® sensors is available to support university and government research projects, student education HINESBURG, VT (USA) – August 18, 2015 – Senix Corporation, manufacturer of ToughSonic® ultrasonic level and distance sensors, today announced “Research Assist,” a formal program to support the use of ultrasonic sensors in research and education. With […]
Back in the 1980’s, brothers Mike, Gregg and Don Tvetene were working at their family-owned Tvetene Turf Farms in Billings, Montana. The business was faced with a critical labor shortage at the same time that it was experiencing huge demand for their turf. Out of necessity, the brothers conceived of an automatic turf harvester that […]