Grande Tijuca swimming pools can now be operated remotely

Grande Tijuca swimming pools can now be operated remotely
Grande Tijuca swimming pools can now be operated remotely
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The monitoring system for reservoirs against flooding in Greater Tijuca, a neighborhood in the North Zone of Rio, can now be controlled directly from the Rio Operations and Resilience Center, in Cidade Nova, thanks to new software. The tool will enable city hall technicians to monitor the status of the equipment in real time and operate the pumps remotely.

With the program, information about the water level of the reservoirs is automatically provided. The sensors installed in each “pool”, under the Bandeira, Varnhagen and Niterói squares, send data via the internet to the system.

“With a unique automated monitoring system, we supply the Operations Center with real-time information about the Greater Tijuca reservoirs, providing more transparency and agility in accessing data. Especially in a time of crisis”, said the president of Fundação Rio-Águas, Wanderson Santos.

Together, the reservoirs can store up to 118 million liters of water to prevent flooding, which is equivalent to around 50 Olympic swimming pools.

The article is in Portuguese

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