Critical Infrastructure and Flood Risk Management Innovation Project

This project will investigate new and emerging technologies in flood warning and instrumentation for dam safety and research existing standards and requirements for dam conditions that would be needed to support continuous monitoring and rapid detection of flood related conditions affecting dam safety.



there is no national standard regarding the assessment, monitoring, and reporting of state and municipally owned dams.

This project will fill this knowledge gap by assessing dam-related critical infrastructure to better identify, communicate, and disseminate risks related to such structures in order to promote community and citizen resilience to flood hazards.

This research project is intended to provide DHS additional knowledge and process innovation in dam safety monitoring.

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