Meteor will be exhibiting at WWEM on the 02nd and 03rd November at the International Centre Telford. Please come and visit us on our stand 63 & 64 where we will showing our integrated Water Quality Monitoring Services.
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With the new Glenridding Flood Defences nearing completion the MCE-Nexus remote camera has been invaluable in monitoring the progress of the construction works in real time. Installed in May 2016 the camera has been sending high resolution images every 20 minutes. This is accessible to the Environment Agency and the general public via an open […]
Meteor will be exhibiting at the Utility Week Live exhibition on the 17th and 18th May at the NEC. We are also delighted to annouce that the Meteor Remote Camera system is a finalist at the Water Industry Achievement Awards which takes place on the 17th. Please come and visit our stand (B28) as there […]
In conjunction with the Environment Agency Solent and South Downs Flood Resilience Team, part of Flood and Coastal Risk Management (FCRM) and Internal Environment Management, part of Corporate Assets, Safety, Health, Environment and Wellbeing (CASHEW), Meteor have collected the Environment Agency Project Excellence Award in the Asset Management category at the Flood and Coast Conference […]
The Meteor Nexus GPRS camera has been awarded first prize in the Environment Agency’s Excellence Awards 2016 – Asset Management category. This is a recognition of the work completed on the Flood Defence Camera Network and the awards ceremony will take place at the Flood and Coast Conference on 24th Feb in Telford. Meteor will […]
A recent article published on edie.net highlights the high-tech equipment that has been publicised by the Environment Agency as part of its Flood Action Campaign. The full article available here describes the live operation of over 120 Meteor Nexus Cameras for flood protection, the first large scale installation of it kind in the country: “Solar-powered […]
Continuing Meteor’s strategy of embracing Open Data for the benefit of its large and varied user community, external data and applications have been made available in the Meteor Data Centre user interface: Open Government Hydrometry Data Following the release of over 3,000 Water Level, Groundwater Level and Flow Station data sites under the Open Government […]
Over the next few weeks Meteor will be exhibiting at the SWIG Sensing in Water Conference on the 23rd September at the Belfry and at the Flood Defence Expo at the EXCEL centre on the 14th and 15th of October. Please do come and visit our stand for a chat! We will also be visiting […]
The MCE-Nexus camera continues to be successfully deployed for trash screen monitoring, bringing high quality, real time images from remote locations with no mains power or other infrastructure. The newly released datasheet Nexus installation examples shows some example deployments for customers in a variety of locations across the UK.
In the past week Meteor have been installing a major Flood Monitoring system on behalf of a Local Authority in Wales. This will help to protect thousands of homes and demonstrates large scale multi-mode real time monitoring, incorporating level monitoring, cameras and metrological sensors integrated to a web platform. Click here for the full project […]