APWA staff is planning for a virtual learning experience, with a little Michigan flavor added to the mix, to include the best winter maintenance educational content, virtual technical tours and new opportunities for exhibitors and sponsors to connect with participants. Visit Event Website for latest information.
Safety, Security, and Emergency Response in the 21st Century. Location: Charleston, South Carolina Visit Event Website for latest information.
Join us at the National Hydrologic Warning Council in Breckenridge, Colorado for the 14th Biennial Training Conference and Expo. Visit the Event Website for the latest information.
Stop by booth #1034 and meet with High Sierra Electronics and our Advanced Environmental Monitoring family of companies at the 2021 PWX Public Works Conference in St. Louis, MO. High Sierra Electronics will be showcasing their new StormLink Lite Icy Road and StormLink Lite High Water Detection System for flooded roadways and other Road Weather […]
Meet with High Sierra Electronics, booth #137, at the 2021 APWA Western Snow & Ice Conference taking place in Loveland, Colorado. High Sierra Electronics will feature their latest Road Weather Information System technologies. If you haven't already, check out our Road Weather Solutions Guide. Location: Embassy Suites, Loveland, Colorado Visit the Event Website for more […]
High Sierra Electronics is a proud sponsor of the ALERT Users Group annual Fall Workshop in Sacramento, California. The workshop will include training on topics related to techniques, maintenance procedures and upgrading aspects of a hydrologic flood warning system along with a 2021/2022 winter weather update. When: October 28, 2021 Location: Courtyard by Marriott Sacramento […]
Join High Sierra Electronics at this 2-day interactive workshop hosted by the National Hydrologic Warning Council where the focus will be on recent flooding in the State of Texas, recovery efforts, and new initiatives since Hurricane Harvey. The workshop also looks at flood warning system performance and maintenance, public communication during disasters, dam safety, reservoir […]