Robust, real-time, future proof, redundant, alarm capable systems for flood management operations. KISTERS solutions were developed from the need to effectively capture time critical data during flood events.
GeoVantage digital multispectral imaging enables large-scale environmental changes such as fire damage, flooding, erosion, or chemical spills, to be quickly located and quantified. Recurrent issues can be tracked over time by comparing imagery taken at different intervals. This approach allows for the most effective containment and solution planning.
GeoVantage customizes each imagery collection plan to optimize your environmental management objectives, including vegetation delineation, pervious/impervious...
based in Peabody, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).
OneRain’s Contrail suite of software turns data into actionable decision making.
Real-time data collection and analysis:
Integrates many sensor types and protocols and brings all your data together in one place.
Advanced alarms and notifications management:
Automates alert messaging based on configurable thresholds, rules, and conditions to notify your contacts via text and/or e-mail.
Up-to-the-minute visualization of current conditions:
Presents data in easy to understand maps, real-time dashboards and...
The largest threat to wetlands is the risk of being flooded with sediment as a result of a poorly managed construction site. Most construction projects require erosion control to prevent damage to the wetlands.
Accurate estimation of the spatial distribution of rainfall is critical to successfully model hydrologic processes. OneRain has worked with engineering firms and those with responsibilities in Stormwater and Wastewater Management across the U.S. to provide radar rainfall data to help characterize storm events or flow problems in collection systems and as a basis for both real-time and design-oriented modeling. OneRainware products and services offer:
*Real-time gauge-adjusted radar rainfall (GARR) data
All construction affects groundwater and a water management plan will be required.
From deforestation to urbanisation, from holes to heaps and dams to drains, they all have an affect on the groundwater.
Deforestation causes an increase in the rate of run off of rainwater resulting in lower percolation of precipitation into the soil and a consequent increase in soil erosion leading to slope instability, hence land and mud slides. The increased rate of run off can cause small streams and large rivers to rise and...