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Latest Update on Bexar County HALT System

06/21/2016 - Bexar County reported that 127 of their HSE high-water detection systems were activated during the recent flooding in late May and early June.  The County started adding these systems in 2009 and now have 185 of them deployed.  On 21 June 2016 commissioners are expected to vote in favor of adding more systems in San Antonio and Alamo Heights.

Renee Green, Bexar County Public Works Director says the 127 alerts that went off this spring are an example of the success of this technology.  "I look at that as 127 high water rescues that we were able to avoid with this HALT system," says Ms. Green.

HALT is an acronym for High water Alert Lifesaving Technology.  

Read more: http://news4sanantonio.com/news/local/county-plans-to-add-to-flood-warning-system

Bexar County Expands HALT System to Save Lives

06/01/2016 - "Bexar County is expanding a system meant to save lives into the city limits while San Antonio is expecting more rain and the potential for flooding this week." - KSAT News



Latest Report of the ALERT System

01/19/2016 - As per Jason Demers, Water Resources Technician for the County of Monterey in California:  "...The storm system stalled over the coast range adding significantly to our rain totals.  We received up to 6 inches in the mountains today (1-19-16) and all of the watersheds started flowing rather suddenly.  Since lunch we reached monitor stage on the Big Sur, closed a crossing over the Pajaro, and the Nacimiento jumped up to 6,000 CFS and is still rising.  It always amazes me how rapidly things change.  Days like this really reinforce the value of ALERT systems".


NEW Comal County Flood Sirens In Action 

10/30/2015 - HSE's Flood Warning Project with Comal County in Texas was recently featured in the news:




 NEW - Mobile Surface Sentinel 

Bluetooth communicationThe Model 5436 Mobile Surface Sentinel is a precision instrument that provides pavement temperature and air temperature, in real-time, from a moving vehicle to an in-cab color LCD display unit.

  • Industry Leading Response Time 
  • Color LCD
  • Trending Graphs
  • Alarm Output
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NEW Flood Sirens Installed in Comal County 

9/10/2015 - HSE's Project with Comal County in Texas was recently featured in the news:




AWARDED 3rd Prize - Surface Sentinel


HSE's Surface Sentinel was honored at the American Traffic Safety Services Association's 45th Annual Convention in Tampa, FL.  The Surface Sentinel was awarded the third prize for Innovative Product of the Year for an icy roads warning system.  The system utilizes our Surface Sentinel and TAPCO's Icy Roads BlinkerSign to warn motorist of hazardous conditions.  

The ATSSA represents the road safety, traffic safety, and highway safety industry with effective legislative advocacy, traffic control safety training, and a far-reaching member partnership.

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