FLOODEX is the UK’s largest trade event about flood defence, water level management, prevention, mitigation, and drainage. It will take place at the East of England Showground, Peterborough from Wed, Feb 26, 2020 – Thu, Feb 27, 2020.
We’re looking forward to meeting you at Stand L26!
Great Fen showing Holme Fen woods top left and new ponds and meres April 2019
Flooding is a natural process, but it can cause heavy economic loss and endangers lives. Flood risk is expected to increase with climate change and increased urbanisation, so a heavy responsibility lies with those that allocate funding and formulate flood management strategy. In the following article, Nigel Grimsley from OTT Hydromet in the UK explains how the success of such plans (both the design and implementation) depend on the accuracy and reliability of the monitoring data upon which they depend.
How measured data can save lives in case of flooding
Discover our latest infographic about flood warning systems and how measurement data can safe lives.
A large part of the world’s population relies on groundwater for its water supply. With the growing demand for fresh water, the challenges associated with it increase as well. These include the need for more effective monitoring for issues such as groundwater recharge, water supply, drought, pollution and climate change…