Application of Advanced Information and Communication Technologies in a Local Flood Warning System
Keywords:Flood warning system, mathematical modeling, hydro-informatics, data mining, rainfall-runoff processes, MIKE 21, MIKE URBAN
AbstractThis paper deals with the practical application of a local flood warning system. The system is built on the mathematical model of a selected area. The rainfall-runoff processes are simulated in real-time. The warning system is designed as an on-line, real-time data inputs-processing system so that it can provide a timely warning. The warning system is based on a mathematical model and it uses modern information and communication technology tools. For the system to work properly, it is absolutely necessary to adhere to a real mathematical model, and therefore a calibration on real historical data and direct measurements is required. This article describes the tasks of data collection, of building the mathematical model of the rainfall-runoff process, and the monitoring system design. The composed algorithm is able, based on the measured input data and the modeled situation, send a notification message to the monitoring centre and warn respective civil protection authorities via SMS messages.
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Mrnčo, I., Blštak, P., Hudec, P., Kochan, M., Gibala, T., & Habala, O. (2019). Application of Advanced Information and Communication Technologies in a Local Flood Warning System. COMPUTING AND INFORMATICS, 37(6), 1516–1535. Retrieved from http://www.cai.sk/ojs/index.php/cai/article/view/2018_6_1516