Lee has over 20 years of experience in the field of hydrometry, both through both the UK Environment Agency, and a leading hydrology consultant specializing in hydrometric field measurements . He is a member of the BSI/ISO committee CPI/113 for hydrometry - velocity area methods.
Whether you are new to taking flow measurements, or measure currents for a living, our Application Engineers make it their job to work with you at your pace and skill level. Choose from live, hands-on training, or elect to participate in one of our many online “webinars” at your convenience. We offer options as diversified as our customers!
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Kevin started his work with acoustics in 1996 and throughout his USGS career, was involved with Index Velocity computations. At the end of his tenure with the USGS, he was the database administrator and part of the Central Region Advisory Committee on Data. He began his new career with YSI in 2003, and has travelled extensively in the U.S. in support of both Sontek and YSI products and services.
Mark started with SonTek in 2002. He holds a Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering and has over 20 years measuring water on Asia's major rivers to include the Yangtze, Yellow, Pearl, Mekong, Han and Red Rivers. His enjoys working with water resource agencies and introducing them to technologies that makes their jobs easier and helps solve challenging local water issues.
SonTek is pleased to unveil the new FlowTracker2 now with optional pressure sensor feature! This new feature allows for:
- More accurate and precise measure of depth
- More accurate and precise positioning of sensor at proper depth for measurement
- Ability to measure in places where sight-reading of depth on a rod is inconvenient or impossible
- Elimination of chance of human error when depth is manually read on the rod (source of error) and then keyed-in (another source of error).
- Ability to review and QA/QC depth time series data back at the office.
- SonTek’s innovative patent-pending method of properly compensating pressure readings under different flow conditions.