Company Launches New Flood Product in Response to Devastation of Louisiana and Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina
Lake Worth, Fl , August 29, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Today, Stephen Gill, CEO, and his business partner, Tiffany Largey of Flood Risk America & Flood Risk Canada, launched their new addition to their already preexisting flood mitigation products, the Flood Sensory System.
“I was on the forefront of hurricane Katrina, I not only witnessed the devastation first hand, but learned everything there is to know about wave velocity and the impact it can have on a structure,” said Stephen Gill. It was because of this catastrophe that led Stephen to his passion in the flood industry. “The moment I heard nature being still, I knew that I had to come up with a solution to never hear that silence again,“ said Stephen.
"The moment I heard nature being still, I knew that I had to come up with a solution to never hear that silence again," said Stephen.
Stephen Gill, CEO
Their product, the Flood Sensory System can be deployed in residential, commercial, industrial, and other remote applications. It has the capability to measure wave action, tides, currents, stream levels, river flows, and groundwater heights. The Flood Sensory System also measures snow-cap and melting with current rainfall, wind, and temperatures. Property owners can access the real-time data on-line and view any immediate threats, or choose to receive automatic alerts via email or text message. It gives an immediate flood warning and provides the ability to deploy flood prevention devices instantly, protecting the property from any flood loss.
Source: Flood Risk America