rain gauge customization Articles

  • Innovative Technology Provides Real Time Flow Data Management in Indianapolis

    This paper presents the program developed by the City of Indianapolis for managing its sewer flow data and describes how it is making real-time information available to several groups that have a stake in the City’s environmental management programs. These groups include United Water, the contract operator for the City’s collection system and its two WWTPs, the Capitol Improvement Program ...

  • PROJECT BRIEF - Saved Over $1 Million in Unnecessary Expenses - Santa Barbara, California

    Temporary Flow Monitoring Santa Barbara, CA - The City of Santa Barbara (CSB) serves nearly 100,000 customers. During the seasonal rains, deteriorating and aging sewer pipes permit unwanted I/I to enter the system raising the risk of sanitary sewer overflows. Santa Barbara recognized that a more comprehensive understanding of their systems performance was necessary to more proactively manage ...

  • Real-Time Stormwater Management Using Depth, Duration, Frequency Thresholds

    ABSTRACTThe City of Austin (City) operates a Flood Early Warning System (FEWS) to reduce public exposure to flash flood hazards. The system is operated and maintained by the Watershed Protection and Development Review Department, Watershed Engineering Division. Advanced information and warning of urban storm water flooding is achieved by the FEWS. A critical component of the system is rainfall ...

  • Grille Monitoring in Scottish Borders

    Hydro-Logic was appointed to supply 4 trash screen monitors to the Scottish Borders Council. They were installed to monitor the level upstream of the screens and to provide alarms when the level reached a set threshold. This alarm was to be used by the council to indicate a build up of debris in front of the screen that would have created a flood risk potential. The alarms are transmitted along ...

  • Wallingford Software’s solutions match flood report modeling requirements

    Water UK’s report on ‘Lessons learned from summer floods 2007’ highlights a need for better flood forecasting tools that Wallingford Software’s InfoWorks CS, RS and FloodWorks are perfectly aligned to meet. The water industry’s trade body set up a review after the devastating flooding that hit many parts of the country and overwhelmed the Mythe water treatment works in Gloucestershire, leaving ...


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