Device Description

Rain Gauges: Modern rain gauges often come equipped with wireless communication capabilities, allowing them to transmit data on rainfall amounts to monitoring centers in real time. Stream Gauges: Many stream gauges are designed to wirelessly transmit data on water levels and flow rates, providing crucial information for flood forecasting.Soil Moisture Sensors: These sensors can be equipped with wireless communication to send soil moisture data to a central system, which helps in assessing the risk of flooding, especially in areas prone to flash floods. Pressure Transducers: Used in various water bodies, these sensors can wirelessly transmit water pressure data, which is then used to calculate water levels. Ultrasonic Sensors: These can be set up to measure water levels and then transmit the data wirelessly to a central monitoring system. Anemometers: Modern anemometers can send wind data wirelessly to meteorological centers, contributing to broader weather pattern analysis for flood prediction. Tide Gauges: In coastal areas, tide gauges equipped with wireless communication capabilities transmit sea level data, which is crucial for predicting storm surges and coastal floods.[1]


E2E Latency: Best Effort
Jitter: Not Sensitive
Data Rate: Very Low
Availability: High
Criticality: Safety Critical
Communication Direction: One-way
Common Communication Mode: Unicast
Data Reporting Mode: Hybrid Driven
Mobility (type/speed): Fixed
Service Continuity: Not Required
Device Autonomy (Power Constrained): Yes
Connectivity Type: WAN
Priority Services (NS/EP): No
Guaranteed Service: DCGBR
Security: Medium
Lifespan: Long
Location Based Services: Fixed
Slice Type: uRLLC

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