K-water Integrated Water Operation Center

Event: Best Practices of Smart Cities on Water and Solid Waste Management

K-water Integrated Water Operation Center

15 May 2017
Author / Speaker: 
Kim Seungbeom, Korea Water Resources Corporation (K-water) - Other materials by the author

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Take a virtual tour of the K-water Integrated Water Operation Center, South Korea's centralized smart water management hub. 

Using the K-water Hydro Intelligent Toolkit (K-Hit), the Integrated Water Operation Center operates 33 dams, 16 weirs, 25 hydropower plants (78 generators: 1,333 MW), 350 gauging stations, and 184 warning stations. K-Hit is a smart water management system composed of a core set of integrated smart technologies capable of performing a variety of water management tasks, including for real-time hydrological data acquisition and processing, rain forecasting, and flood analysis, among others.

Geographical Focus: 
Korea, Republic of
Type of Content: 
Learning Event


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