Flood Early Warning System in Malaysia

Flood Early Warning System in Malaysia

The Gibon electronic Siren Tested Successfully and Is Now Ready for Action

Name of the Project:  Early Warning System for the National Elephant Conservation Centre, Kuala Gandah, NECC
Customer: Department of Irrigation and Drainage
Total Number of Sirens:  Gibon 600 W
Date of the Last Installation:  2021
Place of the Last Installation: Malaysia
Goal of the Project: An early warning system was installed at the National Elephant Conservation Centre, Kuala Gandah NECC, to warn the visitors of upcoming flood threats.

The recently installed Telegrafia’s compact horn-sized voice and multi-linguistic flood warning system is now ready to serve its purpose. The project design & installation of a reliable warning system are always a multi-layered process requiring vast experience, know-how, and the right people to do the right things. Thanks to the superb engagement of Telegrafia’s Malaysian Business Partner, we are pleased to see and share the results of our fruitful cooperation:

If you want to broaden your knowledge about reliable and cutting-edge flood warning systems, please click on a link and read more about Flood Warning System or get familiar with one of many successful Telegrafia’s flood warning system projects, this time in Africa at Floods as an Ever-Present Threat on the Limpopo River.


The article was written by

Michal Rosinski

Michal has lived in six countries, and he can speak four languages. He represents Telegrafia in the USA, Asia, Australia and Germanic countries as an international business manager. He is a big fan of Jamie Oliver, eats healthily, but he still loves unhealthy food. He does not agree with Mark Twain that people can live on a good compliment for two months. Michal is a bookworm, believes in experience-dependent brain neuroplasticity that takes it roots in the idea of what we focus on. He agrees with Raj Koothrappali that Aquaman sucks; he is familiar with the fact that not Mount Everest but Olympus Mons is the tallest mountain known to man.

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