URS Systems Engineering is an early warning system leader with design installation and operations and maintenance.

Our dedicated experts have more than 20 years of service with evacuation plans and associated community outreach support.

Early Detection

ADAS efficiently provides notification if a threshold value has been exceeded. If a structure is damaged, then instrument monitoring produces the needed results to assess the problem and plan accordingly. The more time to prepare for the impact, the better since everyone – from off-site operations personnel to the general population – can be ready to face undesirable events.

The Automation Authority

Early WarningWe have developed technology to handle emergencies and sudden significant changes. A created alert system detects a problem, responds accordingly, and reports any safety events. Notification occurs through automated siren warnings or telephone system messaging. URS designed evacuation plans are in place by local authorities.

Once the problem is defined, it is our job to report the situation. All of these activities are achievable thanks to automated data collection and real-time monitoring.

Proven Track Record

Our applications (data entry, data analysis and automatic reports) are crucial when dealing with a potential safety event. We are well versed in all aspects of warning systems and have the experience to handle the most difficult situations.

URS Systems Engineering is a leading provider of viable options for early warning action. We are qualified to enhance safety and maintain security throughout the entire process.

Featured Product

WebIDP
WebIDP is the secure web interface component of our industry-leading data management software, DamSmart, that is provided to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. This web portal software enables access to a project's instrumentation data from any web-enabled device.

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Case Study

London Avenue Canal

URS installed structural and geotechnical instrumentation in combination with an ADAS to monitor the behavior of the Levee / I-Wall during a site-specific hydrostatic load test.

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