Flood warning and forecasting system on the Slovak republic ...

Flood warning and forecasting system on the Slovak republic ...

Innovation of Flood warning and forecasting system on the Slovak republic POVAPSYS Martina Holubeck, SHMI Koice,Slovakia January 2000 Flood Protection Program in the Slovak Republic by the year 2010 Flood warning and forecasting system on the Slovak republic The Slovak Hydrometeorological institute (SHMU) Objectives of POVAPSYS

to improve the level of meteorological and hydrological service outputs (forecasting, warnings) increase of quality of life of the population in flood prone areas protection of property and health of the local population

in flood prone areas more safety of population against flooding To reduce the damage caused by floods, especially loss of life, injury to human health and property of citizens, towns and villages The measures

Completion and upgrading of the existing data acquisition system, terrestrial stations, satellite data receiver, weather radars, lightning system, telemetry system Integrated information system - better software and hardware to run flood forecasting which manages the data between all components Database system Internet portal - data and informations deliver to relevant stakeholders Meteorological and hydrologic forecasting models

The expected outputs of the POVAPSYS The warning and forecasting system for Slovak republic A new method for communication and information flow A model structure coherent with Austria, the Czech republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland and Ukraine

Local warning system Subsystem of POVAPSYS Integrated Information of POVAPSYS The Networks of the Terrestrial Stations Remote Methods of the Monitoring Forecasting Methods and Models

Telecommunication Centre and Computer Techniques Two levels: Procurement, realization, installation and setting into operation of technical facilities for data monitoring, transmission and processing Handling operational tasks, data management, conceptual tasks and research and development projects 1. Integrated Information System of POVAPSYS Data provided by the Institute

Data from other Institutions Terrestrial stations National Remote systems International Verification, completion and archiving of the real time data

Time series of the real time data Data storage Other data and information Data processing Meteorological models Hydrological models Presentation and distribution of data, information, forecasts and warnings

USERS INTEGRATED INFORMATION SYSTEM Telecommunication network Real time data collection 1. Integrated Information System of POVAPSYS The Ministry of Enviroment

Branch of SVP Koice Branch of SVP Pieany SVP UPK K BA

K BB K ZA CO HaZZ IZS K NR K TT

Branch of SVP Bratislava POVAPSYS K PO K TN Branch of

SVP Bansk Bystrica K KE SHM Other users Regional office Koice

Regional Office Bratislava Regional office ilina Regional office Bansk Bystrica 1. Integrated Information System of POVAPSYS requirements for a operative database

manage and store operative data for a certain period of time manage increasing number of different types and volume of data from existing and new monitoring and forecasting systems design it as an open system to which easily data types can be added or deleted Operative data are: Data from monitoring networks in Slovakia and abroad: (water stages, precipitation, air temperatures, water temperatures, ice phenomena)

Processed data (discharges, hydrological reporting, hydrological situation, processed information for input into hydrological models) Images (observation from radar, observation from satellite) Forecasted data (quantitative precipitation forecasts, meteorological and hydrological forecasts)

Quasi-steady data (metadata about monitoring stations, rating curves, degrees of flood activities, hydrological and climatologic characteristics) 2. Networks of the terrestrial stations meteorological stations (34 stations, air, terrain and meteorological stations of nuclear power scheme)

2. Networks of the terrestrial stations precipitation stations (77 automatic) 2. Networks of the terrestrial stations hydrological stations

(265 automatic, 79 prognosis) 3. Systems of the remote methods of the monitoring Mal Javornk (west) Kojovsk hoa (east) 4. Forecasting methods and models Meteorological forecasting ALADIN model

4. Forecasting methods and models Quantitative precipitation forecast 4. Forecasting methods and models Meteorological warnings 4. Forecasting methods and models Hydrological forecasting 4. Forecasting methods and models Hydrological forecasts regular for 15 hydrological stations to stream Dunaj, Morava, Bodrog, Laborec, Topa, Hornd and Poprad for the next day

Hydrological forecasts for the 9 water reservoirs Mathematical models and forecasting methodologies Development of forecasting systems for 11 main watersheds of Slovakia by using mathematical models 4. Forecasting methods and models Hydrological warnings 4. Forecasting methods and models Local warning system

5. National Telecomunication Centre and computer technique The main purposes of the telecommunication network: Data transmission from terrestrial telemetric stations to the Regional Offices and Central Office in Bratislava. National and international exchange of the meteorological information (radar and satellite information), hydrological and climatological information Data and information propagation to the users. Within the POVAPSYS: complete upgrade of the telecommunication network including telecommunication computer finished.

instead of some personal computers also supercomputer REGATTA was purchased and set into operation. In conclusion 2003 was started 2003 - 2005 - the Slovak Government has funded a project 2006 2008 -financing from the EU Structural Funds 2006 funding from the Cohesion Funds for 2007 2013 funds used for operating the system

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