It’s no secret that pairing telemetry with groundwater sensors saves time and resources from having to manually collect readings in the field. However, groundwater telemetry networks can be limited by the availability of transmission coverage in the area of often remote wells. OTT Hydromet and Sutron have combined capabilities to offer extremely flexible and comprehensive telemetry options for transmission of groundwater level and quality data via the OTT ecoLog series and by pairing OTT and Hydrolab sensors with the Sutron Well Cap. Now, you can receive groundwater data via GPRS (like AT&T and T-Mobile), HSPA, and CDMA (like Verizon) cellular protocols as well as the iridium satellite for the most remote locations! Better yet, this data can now be viewed, managed, and analyzed via the SutronWIN data portal and mobile app!
Last week, the OTT Hydromet and Sutron teams came together for the first time to map out how to best serve our combined customers moving forward. It was a very exciting and productive meeting! The companies are a natural fit for each other, pairing best-in-class sensors with best-in-class datalogger and telemetry options, and it was evident that as both teams already “speak the same language” in the world of environmental monitoring, that we will immediately be able to begin serving our customers with even greater expertise and complete, end-to-end monitoring solutions. You can expect many more exciting updates from us in the coming months, just know that we’re truly thrilled for this partnership and expect to delight our customers through our combined offerings for the rest of 2015 and beyond!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Hach Company Affiliate Announces Successful Completion of Cash Tender Offer for Shares of Sutron Corporation Loveland, CO – July 28, 2015 – Sutron Corporation (NASDAQ:STRN) (“Sutron”) and Hach Company (“Hach”) announced today the successful completion of the tender offer by an affiliate of Hach, Satellite Acquisition Corp., for all of the outstanding shares of common stock of Sutron at a purchase price of $8.50 per share. The tender offer and withdrawal rights expired at 5:00 P.M., New York City time, on July 27, 2015.