Zoo Marine Life Water Level Measurement

AZA, Association of Zoos and Aquariums, gross $16.0 billion annually creating more than 142,000 jobs within the U.S. This industry has become one of the bright spots during the recession. Its market size has doubled from $8.6 billion dollars in 2008. More people now attend zoos and aquariums than sporting events in the U.S. In fact, 179 million guests visited 214 domestic and 15 international accredited zoos and aquariums. Flowline level sensors play a leading role in meeting visitors expectations to see their favorite exhibit by maintaining accurate level measurement at each exhibit. Any hiccup in performance can mean the difference in millions of dollars lost due to exhibit closures and thousands of upset customers.

At this major U.S. zoo an EchoSpan transmitter is coupled with a DataView to monitor and control water level in a new 160,000 gallon exotic marine animal exhibit. The EchoSpan is installed on an external standpipe so that it is kept away from public view.


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