• Real-time and continuous monitoring of water bodies by cartographic representation of the hydrological and hydraulic context
  • Rainfall and weather observations
  • Visualization of data from sensors in the field: rain gauges, level probes, flow meters, piezometers, bacteriological or physico-chemical sensors...
  • Water quality monitoring with qualification of the pollution risk
  • Anticipation of the risks of submersion, floods and low water phenomena
  • Prediction of pollution risks
  • Optimization of hydraulic control structures (low water level support, flood control dam, river navigation...)Calculation of predictive management strategies with simulations (dyke failure, structure inactivity...)

AQUADVANCED® Milieux Aquatiques - SUEZ

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  • Continuous monitoring of surface water quality to prevent the risk of pollution and meet regulatory compliance
  • Anticipation of flooding, marine submersion or overflow phenomena to support flood risk management
  • Management of low-water levels to regulate water use and limit the impact on aquatic environments
  • Optimization of the maintenance, management and monitoring of hydraulic infrastructures for the improvement of economic and operational performance

Success cases

  • Pau Béarn Pyrénées Agglomeration Community: continuous analysis of hydrometeorological risks on the watershed of Ousse des Bois and generation of alerts.
  • City of Biarritz: forecasting the risk of marine submersion to trigger the deployment of population protection solutions