Recordings of the OTT HydroMet Webinar Series 2020

When the COVID 19 outbreak prevented us from offering on-site training between April and June, we created a comprehensive and versatile live webinar program as an alternative. Topics included flood warning, discharge measurement, water level monitoring, data logging, network management, and data transmission solutions. These webinars are now available as on-demand versions.

Covered topics:

  • Introduction webinar about heavy rain, flooding, and the suitable OTT HydroMet offer
  • OTT Pluvio² S – New all-weather precipitation sensor of the OTT Pluvio² family
  • Monitoring station data logger OTT netDL – Remote maintenance and overview of the monitoring network with OTT Hydras 3 net
  • Datalogger knowhow: Systematic troubleshooting using the diagnostic function for OTT netDL 500/1000 datalogger
  • The new OTT ecoLog 1000 4G water level data logger with LTE data transmission
  • Planning of a discharge measurement system – hydraulic principles for flow measurement in open channels
  • What do the readings tell us? Side-Looking Doppler OTT SLD / Radar Sensor OTT SVR 100 – Analysis and interpretation of the measured data

 

Here you can access all recordings:

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