Upcoming Live Webinars

Our FREE live webinars are for those who want to expand their knowledge and understanding of solutions for weather-related flood warning, dangerous road conditions, vulnerable dams and levees, and more. Get your questions answered with our LIVE Q&A. Check our live webinar schedule below and sign up today!

Estimated duration of our LIVE webinars is 45 minutes to 1 hour.

10:00 a.m. Pacific

11:00 a.m. Mountain

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1:00 p.m. Eastern

Schedule and Topics

Environmental Monitoring and Flood Warning System Telemetry Options

Wednesday, June 24, 2020 | 10 AM Pacific / 1 PM Eastern

Free to attend. Live Chat Q&A.

In this webinar we will be discussing different telemetry options for environmental monitoring and flood warnings sites and systems. Included in this webinar will be the “pros and cons” of a variety of commonly used telemetry available for these types of gauges/sites, such as:

  • GOES
  • Cellular
  • Iridium
  • Narrow-band UHF/VHF Radios

We will also be discussing “best practices” on installations and what type of telemetry to consider based on site, cost and needs. […]

Previous Webinars and Recordings

Effective Use of Mobile Road Weather Data in Operations

In this webinar, we explore innovative mobile weather solutions that can provide Departments of Transportation (DOT), public works and municipalities a way of getting reliable, real-time information about their road network before, during and after severe weather events. This webinar was a joint workshop presentation by Brandon Terry and Brett Hansen with High Sierra Electronics, and Charles Yost with OneRain Incorporated.

Flooded Roadway Warning Systems – A Live Webinar Workshop

This webinar was a joint workshop presentation by our HydroMet team: Tom Ogden with High Sierra Electronics, Charles Yost with OneRain Incorporated and Gary Baker with FTS Inc. This webinar explores the use of High Water Detection Systems (HWDS) where sensors at the low flood-prone point in the road can automatically activate flashing beacons up ahead in the road in each direction to warn motorists of the danger ahead.


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