The state-of-the-art flood monitoring system, designed and built by
The rain gauge stations and ultrasonic water-level stations continuously report precipitation data and water level status to the weather data receiver. The Novastar 5 software analyzes rainfall patterns and the presence of runoff in key locations and triggers a flood warning.
Based on the risk level of the flood warning condition, an alert can be activated notifying the area of a potential flash-flood situation using ATI's Mass Notification System. ATI's Mass Notification System is an advanced audible and visual alerting system, composed of two siren controllers - one in Petra and one in
All of the remotely located sirens, message signs, rain gauge stations and water level stations communicate wirelessly with the control systems using VHF radio from solar-powered and battery-backed embedded controllers.
The addition of ATI's Mass Notification System, in conjunction with HydroLynx Systems' flash-flood warning system, will minimize the devastating impact of flash floods in the area. Implementing this flash-flood warning system will greatly reduce the occurrence of tourists becoming trapped or swept away by sudden flood waters. A diagram of the system is at: http://atisystem.com/images/pdtra-diagram.jpg.
Universities, communities, ports, refineries, nuclear power plants, military bases, and other homeland security locations use ATI's high-performance products to maintain the safety and efficiency of their operations. Recognized worldwide for their superior dialog clarity, impressive build quality, advanced technology, and flexibility, ATI Mass Notification Systems easily integrate with other warning systems to provide more complete solutions.
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