They've been at the core of our business for over two decades. Our obsession with innovation began in the 1980s with a collaboration between Hydrological Services (now HyQuest Solutions) and a number of international meteorological organizations intent on implementing a more accurate and reliable rain gauge.
The monitoring of water quality is a growing challenge considering how delicate the balance of water is. As we are part of a diverse and interconnected ecosystem, any sudden change in parameters will not only put humans at risk but our flora, our fauna, the whole environment. So, Water Quality really matters!
We are thrilled to be exhibiting at this year's conference after a long time apart due to the global pandemic. We'll be showcasing our new PreciBal Total Precipitation Gauge, the innovative USH-9 Snow Depth/Snow Weather Sensor, Snow Drift Sensor, Snow Melt Analyzer and more. Along with our Snow instrumentation you'll also get an up close look at the future of non-contact discharge monitoring with the RQ-30 Radar Sensor.
Hydrological Services America is now Hyquest Solutions America
As many of you know, we merged with KISTERS North America in August 2020 becoming part of the global KISTERS family with 750+ staff worldwide. It has been an exciting move for us as a company, as we now have the ability to combine the muscle of our proven hardware with KISTERS powerful data analytics and visualization software. This combination of hardware and software delivers advanced decision support systems to solve our customer's most complex hydro-meteorological challenges.
From 2019 to 2020, Harris County Flood Control District deployed 54 next generation non-contact radar discharge sensors (LVQ / RQ30) into their existing flood warning network, delivering continuous real-time level, velocity and discharge data providing Harris County FCD with new insights into the forecasting of flood events.
Aachen, 24 September 2021. Accurate and reliable information about the weather is becoming increasingly important these days, for example to be as prepared as possible for extreme weather events or to continuously analyse weather conditions on roads, infrastructure or in the city.