Tai, the CEO of Hikvision Korea, said, “Hydrology, the field that studies the generation, distribution and chemical properties of water on Earth, is like measuring the pulse of a river through changes in indicators such as water level, flow rate.
LOS ANGELES, CA, September 27, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Hikvision, an IoT solution provider, announced an AIoT-based remote monitoring solution for the management of water resources such as dams, and flood prevention.
Hikvision’s AIoT-based remote monitoring solution is a technology that can track the situation of the river in real time 24 hours a day, and the collected data is sent directly to the management system, making it efficient to understand and manage the water resource operation status. It is easy to identify water level changes through technologies such as water level recognition algorithms, and to verify subsequent data by collecting data and storing on-site photos. In fact, in 2019, Hikvision established a joint research institute with the hydrological management center in Zhejiang Province in southeastern China, which makes the company equipped with more information base and AI technology.
The water resource remote monitoring solution supports the administrators to easily understand the task assignment and processing status such as water level measurement and leakage check through the floodgate inspection management application. The application’s inspection-engine-based technology can simplify inspection tasks and improve both efficiency and quality.
Two remote monitoring devices installed at the water level observation stations on both sides of the river output one set of data every 5 minutes on average, so a total of 576 data can be collected every day. In addition, the daily business management application can automatically record and calculate the figures, and display the highest and lowest water levels so that ehe result can be easily compared with existing records. It automatically calculates the difference between the data collected by the primary monitoring device and the secondary monitoring device, and the system automatically suggests corrections in case there is any problems such as missing data.
Hikvision applies hologram technology for comprehensive analysis, enabling real-time visualization and monitoring of data such as soil moisture, evaporation and equipment condition in rainfall. When the water level rises above the set threshold, the smart notification gets activated.
The smart notification system simultaneously presents both current and past videos and data records, to facilitate response and timely supports the prevention of natural disasters such as floods. It also provides devices such as hyperspectral water quality monitors to enable access to all types of hydrological data, applying real-time intelligent IoT functions,
Tai, the CEO of Hikvision Korea, said, “Hydrology, the field that studies the generation, distribution and chemical properties of water on Earth, is like measuring the pulse of a river through changes in indicators such as water level, flow rate, and velocity.” “Hikvision’s AIoT-based remote monitoring solution, which applies the technology developed through hydrological research, is expected to help accumulate data for local water resource management and protection by identifying and managing the latest water resource management status in real time,” he added.
He continued, “The existing hydrological monitoring has risks and difficulties because it was based on on-site visits, and the need for a safer and more efficient measurement method has grown. So in order to contribute to protecting the safety and security of the waterfront, we plan to cooperate with our partners to expand the remote monitoring system for water resources using AIoT technology.”
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