Improving Decision Making During Extreme Flooding Events

Икона
-
Прошедшее событие
Икона

Geneva, Швейцария

A flyer with the words improving decision making during extreme flooding events.

BACKGROUND

The upcoming OCP Innovation webinar will bring together the experts of private companies (Aquatic Informatics and OTT Hydromet), government authorities (Nebraska Department of Natural Resources and Nebraska Water Management), and WMO Secretariat for a robust discussion on existing practices and technological opportunities for public-private collaboration to improve decision making during extreme flooding events. Extreme flooding events cause severe life and property losses. Integrated flood risk measurement, assessment, and management require closer engagement and collaboration between the public and private sectors. At the webinar, OTT Hydromet and Nebraska water management authorities will share their experience on how to better prepare for and reduce flood risks by bringing together the public- and private sectors’ resources and technological solutions. The Earth System Monitoring Division (ESM) of the WMO Secretariat will speak about WMO's support of innovative approaches in hydrometry and data management systems. 

INFORMATION

Date of event

  • 15:00 CEST (13:00 UTC), Monday, 11 July 2022 

Format

  • Online platform: ZOOM Where: 1.5-hour virtual webinar.

RECORDING

AGENDA

  • Presentation by Aqua Informatics and OTT Hydromet (25 Minutes)
  • Presentation by Nebraska DNR and Water Management (15 Minutes)
  • Presentation by WMO Earth System Mmonitoring Division (20 Minutes) 
  • Q & A with the audience (30 Minutes) 
Икона
По всем вопросам, пожалуйста, обращайтесь: ppe@wmo.int
Поделиться:

Динамики

Tatsuya Kimura standing in front of WMO flag.
Tatsuya Kimura, Director, Public-Private Engagement Office
View Profile
A man in a gray suit smiling for the camera.
Chris Heyer, Sales Director, Aquatic Informatics
View Profile
Jay Wilson
Jay Wilson, OTT Hydromet, HMEI Representative
View Profile
A bald man in a blue shirt standing next to a wall.
Jeremy Gehle, Water Administration Manager, Department of Natural Resources, Nebraska Water Management
View Profile
A man in a gray shirt smiling in front of a white wall.
Jim Williams, Streamgaging Engineer, Department of Natural Resources, Nebraska Water Management
View Profile
A bald man in a suit standing at a podium.
Dominique Berod, PhD, Head of the Earth System Monitoring Division, WMO Secretariat
View Profile