Hydrologic risk monitoring and advances management
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WiForWater is an advanced land monitoring system that includes the acquisition of meteorological, hydraulic and soil information for the purpose of study and alert. Through the installation of meteo stations and a series of detectors, which reveal in real time the hydrometric regime of the watercourse under investigation, WiForWater elaborates data and gives to the user, on his own PC, Smartphone or Tablet, the necessary information for water management and evaluation of potential risk situations.


In the pond will be installed:

  • meteo stations that measure and send data to the web platform where the processing software is located;
  • level sensors to know the hydrometric regime of the watercourse and to carry out water balance studies;
  • cameras for visual supervision of certain potentially dangerous situations.

Each user has the opportunity to access, through a personal account, in a reserved web area where he can check in real time the received data from detectors and he can be notified with a sms/e-mail if any predetermined critical conditions have been reached.

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Cost reduction compared to the design, realization and maintenance of works of protection like new banks and walls.

Optimization of the resources compared to the use of specific and outdated monitoring systems; a saving tied to the use of last generation, solid and low cost technologies.

Qualitative and quantitative the use of an integrated, meteorological and hydrometric monitoring system, for the purpose of managing the hydrological risk, guarantees the reduction of false alarms and the optimization of alerts thanks to a bigger spatial and temporal notice.

Limited environmental impact thanks to the use of little sensors that require a little power source and a wireless communication and transmission network.


Access to hydro-meteorological data in real time

Historical data’s archiving and exports in tabular form

Display monitoring data through intuitive diagrams

Optional wireless modules in the pond

Definition of hydro-meteorological alert thresholds

Visual supervision of the waterway through HD cameras

Implementation of risk prediction models

Energy self-sufficient

Possibly setting alerts via sms/e-mail

Few wirings, very low landscape impact

Instruments for research activity

Possibility to create ad hoc customizations