The management of flood defence networks is being revolutionised through a combination of MRC remote cameras and AI (Artificial Intelligence) systems developed by Meteor Communications. This new advanced technology is already providing Water Utilities, UK Government Agencies and Local Authorities with early warning of issues within their networks, enabling targeted, appropriate responses to events as […]
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Following a competitive tendering process, Meteor Communications has been awarded a four-year contract by the Environment Agency to significantly expand their estate of low-power remote image collection cameras. Installed at strategic locations, the cameras will provide critically important information on the status of water management assets involved in reducing flood and coastal risk. Under the […]
The Environment Agency has awarded Meteor Communications a 3-year contract to issue bathing water alerts via text and email during the May to September bathing season. Under the Bathing Water Regulations 2013, the Environment Agency monitors and reports bathing water quality around English coasts and at designated inland bathing waters. This data is utilised by […]
Renowned for crystal clear water and trout fishing, the rivers Test and Itchen are two of the world’s most famous chalk streams. The ecology of these rivers is therefore extremely important, and a network of twenty-one continuous water monitoring stations has recently been established for Southern Water, in compliance with its abstraction licence for the […]
Looking to find ways to keep improving water quality, the managers of the Royal Parks have installed a continuous water quality monitor; an ESNET (Environmental Sensor NETwork) system from the company Meteor Communications. The Serpentine is monitored by the Environment Agency which collects samples for bacteriological analysis every week between May and September. However, the […]
As a manufacturer of remote environmental monitoring systems, Meteor Communications has been awarded a framework contract by the Coal Authority to supply a range of hydrometric services, dataloggers and sensors to enable the continuous monitoring of mine water. Meteor Communications successfully bid for Lot 3 of the Hydrometry Framework, which is comprised of 7 lots […]
Following their hugely successful deployment all over the UK, the Meteor MRC Remote Camera Systems and the MeteorCloud web services will be on display at the MTRComs GmbH stand, number 401 in Hall B2 at the IFAT 2022 exhibition, which takes place at the Munich Messe from 30th May to 3rd June 2022. As a […]
Meteor Communications has welcomed a report on river water quality, published by the UK Environmental Audit Committee (EAC). Following consultation with a wide variety of stakeholders, the Report revealed damning evidence of river pollution in England. However, Andrew Scott, Meteor’s Technical Director, who provided evidence to the committee, says: “Of course, it is good that […]
The UK’s Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) has requested written evidence from Meteor Communications as part of the committee’s ongoing inquiry into water quality in rivers. The submission was timely because it was made while sewage spills were the subject of intense media attention, and after the Environment Act 2021 placed a new responsibility on sewerage […]
We are delighted to announce the launch of our new MCE-MRC-EX camera, which is ATEX approved for use in Zone 1 & 2 hazardous areas. Hundreds of Meteor Communications cameras are currently in operation all over the UK; helping to monitor and protect remote assets such as grilles, screens, channels, culverts and drains. However, many […]