A fine-meshed network of real-time level measuring points at smaller, non-navigable watercourses allows information to be gathered to help mitigate water shortages or predict floods. These measured values also form the basis for taking more far-reaching decisions, for example to introduce local or regional water withdrawal prohibitions. Radar level sensors can provide reliable, energy-efficient measurement 24 hours a day.
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