Mission Communications
Mission Communications introduced the first cellular managed SCADA solution to the water and wastewater industry nearly two decades ago. The company currently serves more than 2,200 utilities across the U.S. and Canada, and it is known as an established monitoring technology innovator. Mission Communications offers highly reliable solutions that are designed for pump stations, lift stations, manholes and tank and well control, as well as lake and river level monitoring. Standardized field hardware, national cellular data networks, centralized servers, advanced alarming functions and web-based SCADA software are combined into a single low-cost solution with a predictable cost of ownership.

Address

3060-C Business Park Drive
Norcross, GA 30071
United States
Toll-free: 877.993.1911
Phone: 877.993.1911
Fax: 678.969.0541

Products + Services

Sophisticated alarming and purpose-built reports assist with prevention of noncompliant events, saving money and maintaining a more manageable system. Whether you need to compare pump station flow with local rainfall, analyze pump run times for anomalies, track pump site access or receive real-time pump runtime alarms, the Mission managed SCADA system has it covered. more
  • Sophisticated alarming and purpose-built reports assist with prevention of noncompliant events, saving money and maintaining a more manageable system. Whether you need to compare pump station flow with local rainfall, analyze pump run times for anomalies, track pump site access or receive real-time pump runtime alarms, the Mission managed SCADA system has it covered. more
  • This managed SCADA system offers monitoring and remote control that allow municipalities to better manage, operate and maintain collection systems. Users can compare pump station flow with local rainfall, analyze pump runtimes for anomalies or track site access with reports tailored to the water and wastewater industry. Reports assist with compliance reporting, record-keeping and historical... more
  • Advanced reporting and alarming is what the Mission managed service is all about. Whether you need to compare pump station flow with local rainfall, analyze pump run times for anomalies, track pump site access, or receive real-time pump run time alarms, Mission’s Web portal has it covered. The managed service includes access to the sophisticated alarm routing features and ready-made reports... more
  • The Manhole Monitor is a rugged in-sewer alarm and reporting system built for proactive sewer monitoring programs. Floats tipped by surcharges and high levels signal Mission servers to initiate notifications delivered by any combination of phone call, text message, e-mail, fax and pager. Reliable, encrypted data is transmitted via 4G cellular radios and can be accessed by any Web-... more
  • The Tank and Well Control Package maintains the amount of water in a storage tank by continuously monitoring the level and sending out commands to control pumps when required. When the tank level is outside of the user-set boundaries, a command is sent to up to five other RTUs to turn relays on and off, energizing pumps and refilling the tank. more
  • The Manhole Monitor from Mission Communications is a rugged in-sewer alarm and reporting system purpose-built for proactive sewer monitoring programs. Floats tipped by surcharges and high levels initiate notifications delivered by any combination of phone call, text message, e-mail, fax and pager. Reliable, encrypted data is transmitted via fourth generation (4G) cellular radios. Reports compile... more
  • The M800 system provides real-time, advanced monitoring and managed SCADA for water and wastewater systems. Alarm notifications are delivered by any combination of voice phone calls, text messages, e-mails, faxes and pagers. Access, analyze and download data through secure Web portals, accessible on any computer, tablet or mobile device. Streaming data allows you to identify trends as levels... more
  • The M-110 provides advanced monitoring and control of water and wastewater systems for less than $1 a day. This plug-and-play solution includes a Web-based HMI, ready-made reports, hardware, support and cellular connectivity. more
  • Mission makes SCADA simple by providing a complete solution that is hosted by Mission and includes the hardware, software, support, and connectivity you need to effectively monitor your system. The managed service shifts the task of housing, maintaining and displaying flow data from the municipality to the service provider. The best part about the service is that it works out of the box, with no... more
  • The Mission Web portal is optimized for smart phones and tablets. Acknowledge alarms, track runtimes and control pump relays from the palm of your hand. Access tank and well graphs and manage multiple logins from one screen while on the go. more
  • The M-110 provides advanced monitoring and control of water and wastewater systems for less than $1 a day. It includes web portal access, hardware, technical support and cellular connectivity. The web portal contains sophisticated alarming features and a wide selection of ready-made reports created specifically for the water and wastewater industries. No programming is required. more

Videos

Advanced Monitoring & Managed SCADA: A Valuable Solution


Monitoring the Museum

The Maryhill Museum of Art in Goldendale, Wash., preserves and houses art and other historical artifacts that include more than 80 works by French sculptor Auguste Rodin... more

Banishing Backups

The village of Waterford in southern Wisconsin is a community surrounded by several rivers. It serves 5,000 customers with average flows of 500,000 gal per day (gpd).... more

South Carolina Utility Adopts Cellular SCADA System

Marlboro Water Co. (MWC), established in 1972, is a small water company nestled in the Pee Dee area of South Carolina. For nearly 40 years, MWC has served the community... more

‘Good Value’ on Lots of Data

When Walter Mahoney of The Louis Berger Group Inc. needed a cost-effective solution to monitor a landfill gas flare at a former solid waste disposal facility in Rhode... more

Saving Time, Money & Manpower

Since adding Mission M110 RTUs to 40 lift stations, Lenawee County, Mich., has saved time, manpower and money. As county drain commissioner, Stephen May runs a utility... more

Eddie Stewart Joins Mission Communications

Mission Communications announced that Eddie Stewart has joined the company as central north regional sales manager. Because of nationwide opportunity growth, Mission has... more

Baton Rouge to Install Sewer Monitoring Devices

The Department of Public Works’ sanitary sewer overflow program in Baton Rouge, La., is in the process of installing sewer overflow alarm and tracking devices in... more

Mission Communications Introduces In-Sewer Level Alarm Device

Mission Communications has announced the release of its new in-sewer alarming and tracking device—the Manhole Monitor. This device provides immediate alarms to inform... more

Mission Communications Releases 4G Radios

In February of this year, Mission Communications released the new fourth-generation (4G) AT&T HSPA+ radios for deployment. AT&T's second-generation (2G) radio... more

Mission Communications Announces New Indiana and West Kentucky Distributor

Mission Communications, LLC, has announced that BL Anderson of Lafayette, Ind., is now distributing Mission products to western Kentucky and Indiana. Anderson began... more

Monitoring: Monitoring the Museum

The Maryhill Museum of Art in Goldendale, Wash., preserves and houses art and other historical artifacts that include more than 80 works by French sculptor Auguste Rodin... more

SCADA: Eyes & Ears

The town of Darien is home to 21,000 people on the Gold Coast of Connecticut. Residents pride themselves on being good environmental stewards who work to preserve their... more

Banishing Backups

Sewer backups are an ongoing problem for municipalities in the U.S. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, up to 75,000 annual backups and overflows... more

Cellular SCADA Offers Reliable Backup Monitoring in Pebble Beach

Nestled on the bluffs of California’s Monterey Peninsula, Pebble Beach is considered one of the nation’s premier residential communities and golf resorts. It is home to... more

Reaping the Rewards of Restoration

Deteriorating infrastructure continues to plague municipalities across the U.S., compromising local budgets and natural resources. Utility officials nationwide are... more

Product Categories

Data Acquisition Systems; Alarm Systems & Components; Controllers, Elevated Tank; Pump Station Monitors; Monitoring Systems; SCADA Systems; Telemetry Systems; Wireless Communication

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