Living with Water Partnership Catchment Telemetry Integration

Project Summary: Telemetry is the measurement of data at a remote source, and its transmission to a monitoring station. This project will bring together all the telemetry data gathered by Living with Water Partnership organisations from across Hull and East Riding. The data will be combined with decision-making tools to develop an ‘early warning’ tool that will help increase operational preparedness, deliver faster operational response times and help identify optimal locations for future network monitoring in the region.

If the approach is successful it can be used in other catchments and make the case for investment in monitoring.

(Living with Water Partnership: East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Environment Agency, Hull City Council and Yorkshire Water)

Project Team: Vanessa Speight, Virginia Stovin, Ehsan Kazemi, Will Shepherd – University of Sheffield, John Dickenson – Environment Agency, Jess Moloney – Hull City Council, Astrid Paget – East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Emma Brown – Yorkshire Water

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Duration: June 2019 – June 2020

Outputs: These will be in the Resources Section of the website as they are published.

Updates: Track progress on this project

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