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hydrological data collection Applications

  • WS200 Weather Station Data Management

    The new WS200 is a reliable and cost efficient Windows® based data management system for controlling, monitoring, automatic collection, and data transmission of metrological and hydrological networks.

    By Felix Technology Inc. based in Concord, ONTARIO (CANADA).

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    Precipitation measurement

    From simple manual rainfall collection devices, electronic tipping bucket rain gauge sensors, through to fully autonomic stand alone data logging systems with telemetry for hydrological network applications.

    By Casella based in Kempston, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Remote monitoring stations

    The Water Survey of Canada, a division of Environment Canada, is a federal government agency responsible for collection, interpretation and dissemination of water source data and information. As a division of Environment Canada, the Water Survey of Canada (WSC) covers a vast range of topographical environs from Arctic Canada to the US border with elevations varying from sea level to over 13,000 feet (4,000 metres). An estimated 7% of the world’s renewable water supplies are found in Canada. Canada’s hydrology is...

    By FTS based in Victoria, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • StormData™ - Radar rainfall for real-time and analytical applications.

    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 *Real-time...

    By OneRain Incorporated based in Longmont, COLORADO (USA).

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