Flood Early Warning Systems

Qteq’s Flood Early Warning Systems acquire measurements from a range of Smart threat detection sensors and vision streaming systems. They can also employ a variety of wireless telemetry techniques and communication protocols to relay actionable data and issue alerts direct to key stakeholders.


A wide range of environmental parameters can be monitored, including velocity, water level and rainfall.


These measurements, together with live video stream and still images, are transmitted using various transport protocols:


  • Cellular Networks

  • Distributed Mesh Networks

  • IoT Network topologies

  • Radio (VHF, UHF & Microwave)

  • Satellite


Our Flood Early Warning stations make use of a modular, freely-configurable, architecture that allow them to be easily customised to suit end user requirements, and permit integration of next-generation IIoT sensors to boost sensory perception.


The architecture also facilitates upgrade pathways (future proofing) to extend useful operating life and expand sensory capabilities.


As a result of this continuing process of innovation and integration, Qteq’s Flood Early Warning Systems are helping to combat the effects of the increasing number and severity of extreme weather events.


Applications


  • Enhanced situation awareness

  • Flood and storm water drainage event measurement

  • Driver and emergency services alert notification systems

  • Road closure warnings

  • Safeguard critical infrastructure and communities

Disaster Mitigation & Alert