Better Flood Forecast: Harris County initiates AI Flow Data Collection

General News

From 2019 to 2020, Harris County Flood Control District deployed 54 next generation non-contact radar discharge sensors (LVQ / RQ30) into their existing flood warning network, delivering continuous real-time level, velocity and discharge data providing Harris County FCD with new insights into the forecasting of flood events.

From 2019 to 2020, Harris County Flood Control District deployed 54 next generation non-contact radar discharge sensors (LVQ / RQ30) into their existing flood warning network, delivering continuous real-time level, velocity and discharge data providing Harris County FCD with new insights into the forecasting of flood events.

[Read the full case study (pdf)]

Benefits at a glance

  • Improved monitoring and forecasting of flood risk, creating greater security for residents, lives and property
  • Expansion of the flood warning network at a significantly reduced investment
  • Significantly improved realtime picture of stream conditions
  • Automated measurement and delivery of water data leading to rime savings for the staff

Learn more about …

… See the Radar device options we have for you at: [Radar sensor LVQ] and [Radar Level Sensor for Water and Waves WLR]

… [HyQuest Solutions radar sensor portfolio]

… [Case study Harris County (pdf)]