Due to increased demand, we have planned three additional webinars. You can find the scheduled dates and topics below.
Your current working life will certainly look similar to the cover picture for many of you. Most of us from OTT HydroMet are working from home, as well. In order to usefully bridge this time, we set up an interdisciplinary online seminar program for you to keep you up to date despite the COVID 19 crisis…
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!
In this TechTip you will learn everything about the connection of the OTT netDL data logger to the Pluvio precipitation sensor product series (Pluvio², Pluvio² L & Pluvio² S) and which configurations are possible.
It can be difficult to select monitoring technology for flooding applications when each step of building a network, from sensors to dataloggers to visualization software, has multiple options.
Are you well-prepared for floods? Learn more about suitable precautionary measures and the right tools in our latest whitepaper!
When it comes to urban flood warning, there are certain questions that we hear time and again from our customers. We’ve consolidated what the industry is most curious about and answered each of those questions below, to give you a comprehensive look at urban flooding.
In the following TechTip you will learn which alarms the OTT netDL data logger can issue and how to set them.
Discover our latest infographic about flood warning systems and how measurement data can safe lives.
There are remote monitoring locations, and REMOTE monitoring locations!
Appalachian State University, in partnership with a multitude of other universities and the National Science Foundation, has undertaken the task of installing weather monitoring stations very high up in the Andes Mountains, on the Quelccaya Icecap (18,537 ft (5,650 m) ) in Peru and at Chacaltaya (16,929 ft (5,160 m) ) in Bolivia. Both stations included the OTT Pluvio2 Weighing Precipitation Gauge and the OTT Parsivel2 Weather Laser Disdrometer.