UWI in Tobago
The University of the West Indies (UWI) in Trinidad is currently using Smart Pumper™ in a joint initiative with the Water and Sewerage Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (WASA) to gather data from water wells in Tobago for the purpose of seismic / earthquake research.  The Smart Pumper™ is being used by the researchers and students from the University to record and report changes observed from a multitude of sensors connected to the Smart Pumper and deployed into several observation wells.
The remote monitoring alerts the research team to changes as well as continuously measures and monitors radon gas levels (ppm), water quality (salinity) and fluid level within the wells.  The data is being used to learn and possibly help predictive earth quakes in order to warn people of an impending disaster.

A link to the bulletin published by the Seismic Research Centre at UWI follows.

SRCBulletin Jan-March 2011.pdf.