Visit us at the 27th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium April 11-13, 2018

Visit us at the 27th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium April 11-13, 2018

Event, Water Flow, Water Level, Water Quality
27th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium Montgomery Bell State Park Burns, TN April 11-13, 2018 Will you be in the Tennessee area April 11 - 13? If so, make sure to stop by the 27th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium going on April 11-13 in Montgomery State Park Burns, TN. OTT Hydromet representatives will be there and look forward to speaking with you. They will be answering any questions or comments you might have for them. Stop by our booths # 4 & 5 to learn more about how our products can meet your project needs and about our exciting upcoming product launches. We look forward to seeing you there! About the Tennessee Water Resources Symposium “Attendees of the Symposium represent a wide array of water professionals. Last year about 300 professionals from…
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OTT Hydromet Helps Improve the Management of the Longford River in the UK

OTT Hydromet Helps Improve the Management of the Longford River in the UK

Video, Water Flow, Water Level, Water Quality
  VINCI Facilities in the UK, manages around 37,000 assets in the Royal Parks (such as fountains, statues and royal memorials for example in Kensington Gardens) and the water features are fed by the Longford River. If you have ever travelled in west London, there is every likelihood that you have crossed the Longford River – probably without realizing it. Built for King Charles I in 1638/39, the river travels from near Heathrow airport to feed the water features in Bushey Park and Hampton Court Palace. Maintenance and ongoing management of the Longford river are required as it helps protect industrial and residential areas, which the river passes through, from flooding and helps preserve the ecological status of the river. Checking the status of the Longford River used to be…
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OTT Hydromet sensors play a critical role during Hurricane Harvey

OTT Hydromet sensors play a critical role during Hurricane Harvey

Case Study, Company News, Sensors, Water Level
  OTT Hydromet sensors for measuring water level in creeks and bayous, played a critical role during Hurricane Harvey. Hurricane Harvey, and the subsequent flooding, was an unprecedented and devastating event in eastern Texas. Harvey produced an average of 33.7 inches of rainfall over the 1,777 square miles of Harris County throughout a 4-day period which equates to 1 trillion gallons of water and is also 68% of the yearly annual rainfall. Of the 22 watersheds across Harris County, 13 established new record water levels during Harvey surpassing previous records by Tropical Storm Allison (2001), Tropical Claudette (1979) and the 2016 Tax Day flooding. The Harris County Flood Control District was first established in 1937 following two major floods within six years and started installing their Flood Warning System in…
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Harris County Flood Warning System Case Study

Harris County Flood Warning System Case Study

Case Study, Sensors, Water Level
OTT RLS & CBS Water Level Sensors Making a Difference in Harris County. Download the Case Study! The Harris County Flood Control District in Texas was created in 1937 in response to the devastating floods that struck Downtown Houston and Harris County between 1929 and 1935. Currently, the District's boundaries include 3.7 million people in 34 jurisdictions one of which is the City of Houston. In just one year Harris County endured two massive rainfall events with totals of 8-16 inches in 3 to 12 hours. A total of 9800 homes were flooded and 9 persons died. The District is using its "Flood Warning System" (FWS) to measure rainfall and water level amounts in real-time, to provide up-to-date flood information.
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