Live Webinar invite – Introducing the new OTT ecoLog 1000 Groundwater-Datalogger – future proof thanks to 4G/LTE , Bluetooth, APP control, …

The OTT ecoLog 1000 is a self-contained, cellular groundwater level logger for measuring water level and temperature. It provides reliable system up-time and accurate measurements while avoiding data gaps. It’s simple to operate using just a smart phone or PC via integrated Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) -no additional tools for maintenance or battery replacement. It supports mobile devices, smart phones, and tablets operating with Android, iOS or Windows 10. Configure and monitor your data remotely with integrated 4G/2G mobile communication to avoid unnecessary, expensive trips to your measurement site and send encrypted data with automatic retries if transmission fails. Also, the cable length can be adjusted comfortably on-site.

Learn more about this smart new device in this live webinar and take the chance to join a question round with product manager Peter Schaeffeler.

Appointment:
Tue, Sep 17, 2019 2:30 PM -3:30 PM CEST

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Meet us at the IFAT 2018 – your ticket is waiting for you! This years focus: Heavy rain and flash floods management with smart sensors and solutions

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Find out about new smart sensors and solutions for (urban) water management application at this year’s IFAT. Our OTT Hydromet stand team is waiting for you and is looking forward to interesting discussions. Secure your ticket now and make an appointment on our stand. Simply send an e-mail to info@ott.com with the subject line “IFAT“, indicate the number of tickets requested and, if required, the date and time of your visit at our booth.

Focus on this year’s IFAT for you: Smart sensors for urban areas – with new sensors, we will show you how rain / precipitation, water level and flow events are measured and how the data is sent reliably to your data center, control center or data cloud.

The new smart sensors for smart city solutions – small, compact and no maintenance … attributes that are convincing!

 

 

Visit us at AMS 2018!

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98th AMS Annual Meeting
7–11 January 2018
Austin Convention Center | 500 East Cesar Chavez | Austin, TX

Please make sure to stop by Booth 607 at the Austin Convention Center between January 7-11, to discuss the latest in environmental monitoring techniques at the 98th Annual American Meteorological Society meeting.

The NEW Radar Precipitation Sensor WS100: Fast, reliable & maintenance free

Learn all you need to know about the new Lufft WS100 precipitation sensor in webinar on November 29, 2017. You are invited to our webinar about the Lufft WS100 radar precipitation sensor. Here you will learn everything important about the measurement technology, installation, calibration, fields of application, product benefits as well as its differentiation from other technologies.

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The Lufft WS100 is a maintenance-free radar precipitation sensor for meteorological monitoring. The only one of its kind – it recognizes the type and amount of precipitation from the first drop, and is preferred for remote locations.

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The WS100 helps to make important operational decisions within a few seconds. Due to the modern radar technology, the sensor detects precipitation from the first drop. It measures not only the quantity, but also the type of precipitation. The sensor also detects the drop size and divides it into one of the eleven different rainfall classes.

ABSOLUTELY MAINTENANCE-FREE OPERATION
Maintenance-free operation through ingenious technology without any moving parts. This distinguishes the sensor significantly from other methods for measuring precipitation such as the tipping bucket, the weighing principle or the optical method.

WHEN EVERY SECOND COUNTS
The WS100, with unprecedented speed, precisely measures precipitation from the first drop. It measures the precipitation intensity up to 200 mm per hour and detects drops with a size of up to 5.0 mm.

DIFFERENTIATES THE TYPE OF PRECIPITATION
Using a 24-GHz Doppler radar, it measures the speed of all forms of condensed water that can be observed on the Earth’s surface or in the atmosphere. These include rain, freezing rain, hail, snow and sleet.

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Live Webinar: HL7 – A NEW Smart Platform for Better Data

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Live Webinar Thursday, October 26, 2017 11:00 am Eastern Time / 17:00 pm Berlin Time

The HYDROLAB HL7 multiparameter sonde offers a versatile, durable and practical solution to the day to day needs of monitoring programs for both simple and complex deployments. With a large sensor suite, it is able to thrive in demanding environmental conditions for long term continuous and profile monitoring.  It helps our customers to correctly log data autonomously and easily integrate into real time telemetry systems.

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HYDROLAB Operating Software

  • Simple and intuitive guided software
  • This powerful software tool helps to make better decisions, minimize errors, and increases efficiency in the lab and on the deployment site.

Webinar Agenda:

  • Improve efficiency with streamlined setup & calibrations: Log files, data collection and guided calibrations
  • Traceable data you can trust: Calibration logs, leveraging metadata for data quality, and HYDROLAB HL7 Operating Software
  • Experiences from the field: Long-term field deployments and extreme depth profilingFind out more during our live webinar. Includes LIVE Q&A SESSION

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OTT Hydromet sensors for measuring water level in creeks and bayous, played a critical role during Hurricane Harvey.

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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 over 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 @016 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 1982 and was at the epicenter of the flooding associated with Hurricane Harvey.  Since 2010, the District has partnered with OTT Hydromet to expand their real time network, and install various sensors which measure water level responses in creeks and bayous. Water level measurements provide critical information needed by first responders and the National Weather Service when making decisions on issuing targeted flood warnings and properly messaging needed actions. Continue reading

Hydromet Launches new HYDROLAB HL7 Water Quality Sonde

OTT Hydromet introduces the HYDROLAB HL7 multiparameter sonde for continuous monitoring of 9 key water quality parameters in open natural waters. This new multi-parameter probe maximizes deployment life, minimizes maintenance and provides traceable data you can trust.

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The HYDROLAB HL7 includes intuitive software for unmatched usability, exceptional power performance and proven sensor options, all delivering high data quality and reliability.

Learn More about the new Hydrolab HL7 Sonde – click here
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