Network Evaluation and Design Services
Hydrologic networks comprise many types of gauges and sensing stations for the purposes of flood forecasting, dam safety monitoring, and water resources management. OneRain has designed, built, rehabilitated, and maintains many hundreds of gauges and advanced flood early warning systems, throughout the United States. Each gauge or system is tailored specifically to the customers’ needs.
Our experience extends across dense urban areas through highly remote locations and very diverse environments. While each system is unique and warrants its own individual approach, below are the core elements to OneRain’s approach and best practices for designing highly robust, reliable, and maintainable hydrologic data collection and real-time monitoring networks.
Critical operations require dependable and accurate environmental status information
These critical water-monitoring applications demand highly reliable, rugged sensor and well-maintained telemetry networks that comprise a wide range of condition monitoring gauge instrumentation and sensors such as rainfall, float switches, stream and stage, vibrating wire piezometers, tiltmeters, inclinometers, seismic, reservoir elevation, spillway flow, discharge, wind speed, and full weather stations.
OneRain is a recognized leader in measuring and understanding water.
Our real-time and historical hydrologic and rainfall-related data solutions, software, and professional services support critical decisions by providing the highest quality most accurate measurement of rainfall and its consequences. OneRain’s products and services provide data collection and monitoring of rainfall, water levels and flow rates in streams, rivers, lakes, and dams in real time and provide web-based decision management and early warning alarm notifications to alert of possible hazardous and flood-threatening conditions. Our StormData™ services and professional data analyses enable our clients with critical rainfall-dependent missions to track and understand historical, real-time, and future storm behaviors.
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