Aquatic Informatics Launches AQUARIUS WebPortal for Sharing Water Data via Secure Intranets, the Web & Mobile Devices

AQUARIUS WebPortal delivers a modern and elegant solution for offering real-time online access to quality assured environmental information and services.

Vancouver, Canada, October  6, 2014 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software for hydrologic data management and analysis, today announced the release of the new AQUARIUS WebPortal. It is now easier than ever for environmental monitoring organizations to offer real-time online access to quality assured environmental data managed in AQUARIUS Time-Series. Configurable access privileges ensure the right information gets to the right people at the right time.

“AQUARIUS WebPortal adds enhanced Business Intelligence capabilities to AQUARIUS systems by transforming basic data into more meaningful information. The interactive graphical display results in improved decision support capabilities allowing stakeholders to better manage water resources,” said Chris Misson, Product Manager, Aquatic Informatics Australia. “For real-time operations, such as flood management, it is difficult to make quick, informed decisions by individually checking river levels. AQUARIUS WebPortal delivers collective colour-coded summary information overlaid on a map enabling users to see in a glance where significant or critical events are occurring and to quickly drill-down to related charts and summary data when extra detail is required. The powerful alerting capability, via email or SMS, assists stakeholders in taking timely decisive action.”

AQUARIUS WebPortal empowers environmental monitoring organizations to:

  • Share environmental conditions at a glance
  • Provide interactive access to real-time data
  • Impress stakeholders with maps, graphs & time series tables
  • Give rich access to historical data & statistics
  • Offer exporting, live requests & reporting
  • Automate alerts online, by email, or SMS
  • Deliver insight to a mobile workforce on tablets & smart phones
  • Control administrative functions & access rights

“It is hard to put a price on the value of environmental data, but according to the Environmental Business Journal nearly US$ 14 billion is spent annually on instrumentation and information systems. Despite significant investments to collect and store continuous data, most environmental monitoring organizations still struggle to disseminate quality controlled information in real-time,” commented Ed Quilty, President and CEO of Aquatic Informatics. “To better manage natural resources, today’s decision makers expect immediate, dynamic access to accurate environmental information via the web and mobile devices. AQUARIUS WebPortal integrates seamlessly with AQUARIUS Time-Series and unlocks information silos. Organizations can easily share their valuable environmental information with other departments, consulting firms, cooperating agencies, or with the public.”

AQUARIUS is the leading software suite to acquire, process, model, and publish water data. Environmental monitoring organizations worldwide, including the US Geological Survey, Water Survey of Canada, and the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research in New Zealand, trust AQUARIUS to produce accurate water information in real-time. A modern design delivers the latest hydrological science in an intuitive experience. Simplified data management, analysis, and information sharing enable better decisions for the sustainable management of water resources.

Water professionals interested in discovering the advantages of AQUARIUS WebPortal are encouraged to request a demonstration by contacting sales@aquaticinformatics.com.

About Aquatic Informatics Inc.

Aquatic Informatics™ provides software solutions that address critical water data management and analysis challenges for the rapidly growing environmental monitoring industry. Aquatic Informatics is focused on providing solutions to a range of different customer groups including  federal, state/provincial or local government departments, hydropower operators, mining companies, academic groups and consulting organizations who collect, manage and process large volumes of water quality or quantity data.