Longmont, CO, April 06, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- OneRain Incorporated announces that it is a Platinum-level sponsor for the ALERT User Group's 25th Flood Warning Systems Training Symposium, which will be held May 6-9, in Reno, Nevada. This nationally known and respected training symposium event has been held since 1982, and brings together many Federal, State, and local agencies for training and discussions concerning effective operation, maintenance and management of real time flood warning systems.
OneRain has a long history of supporting the non-profit ALERT Users Group. The company's ongoing relationship is driven by its commitment to improving hydrologic design standards and helping agencies create reliable and maintainable hydrologic monitoring and decision support systems.
OneRain's involvement with the 25th Flood Warning Systems Training Symposium includes presentations and training on the following topics:
"Maintenance Management Best Practices for Data Collection Networks," presented by Mike Zucosky, OneRain's Director of Operations.
"Advantages of Using Real-Time Gauge Adjusted Radar Rainfall During Extreme Storm Events," presented by Charles Yost, Meteorologist and Rainfall Analyst at OneRain.
Also being presented is a Technical Workshop and training on "What's New in Contrail®," OneRain's real-time hydrometeorological data collection and visualization enterprise level software platform.
Attendees of the ALERT Users Group's 25th Flood Warning Systems Training Symposium have the opportunity to participate in training about critical areas in managing and operating real time flood warning systems, including:
*ALERT2 radio protocol implementation
*Flood Warning Planning and Emergency Response
*ALERT Data Management
*Flood Forecasting Tools
*Alternative Uses for ALERT data and cost management
*Vendor training in a variety of products and services
More information about this event can be found at www.alertsystems.org
About OneRain Incorporated
Since 1992, OneRain has been the leading solutions provider of real-time and historical rainfall-related data, integrated communications products and professional services that deliver mission critical and high reliability real-time information for local, state, and federal government agencies across the United States. OneRain’s complete systems approach to hydrological management includes nationwide 24/7-supported enterprise level software that collects, processes and delivers real-time sensor data from local hydro-meteorological networks and other external sources for web-based dissemination, visualization, monitoring and alerting. For more information, visit www.onerain.com or call 1-800-758-RAIN (7246).