Monitoring the quality and quantity of surface and ground water can be categorized into three key areas: natural water monitoring, drinking water and waste water management. Our market leading pressure sensors use designs based on over 40 years of experience, making them highly suited for these hydrology applications: Natural water monitoring The natural water environment is both hostile and remote. Reliability is critical to quality data collection, particularly when power is in short supply and service is expensive. Drinking water High quality drinking water is a valuable resource. Managing this essential asset requires precision instrumentation across the entirety of the drinking water network. Waste water management In waste water management you must have confidence in the durability of your instrumentation. When faced with unpredictable content and a challenging environment, robust construction is key for reliable data collection. Built for accuracy and precision, GE pressure sensors are one of the leading technologies in the world of hydrology.