How it works

 
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DOING THINGS WITH DATA

Your data appears on a map and we can alert you when water levels are rising or reach a limit. 

When data reaches Flood Network's system it's recorded in a database. It can even send feeds to other systems.

You can supply data from any source, including existing hydrometry equipment and Environment Agency feeds.

 
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EASilY INSTALL your own monitors

Put the flood monitor on a bracket or overhang above water and it'll measure the distance to the surface. By using a tape measure and simple maths we can determine the depth of the water.

The monitor will give you relative levels and trends, but if you have a datum above sea level Flood Network can give you absolute heights. 

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wireless communication to flood network

The flood monitor will wirelessly communicate back to the Flood Network system and start to collect data. We support LoRaWAN low-power wireless technology and our devices are compatible with The Things Network.

 
 

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