Aquatic Informatics Releases Version 3.5 of AQUARIUS to Better Manage the World’s Water Time Series Data

Water resource managers can improve workflows and productivity with AQUARIUS 3.5, the most robust and intuitive solution for managing continuous hydrological data.

Vancouver, Canada, March 25, 2014 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software for hydrologic data management and analysis, today announced the release of AQUARIUS 3.5. This release delivers the richest functionality and most intuitive workflows, making it easier for water resource professionals to centralize, correct, derive, and produce real-time hydrological information.

“Managing massive volumes of complex water data can be made simple with intuitive software. AQUARIUS 3.5 delivers the industry’s most user friendly experience with new preview and “drag & drop” features, making it easier to turn raw data into actionable insights,” said Eric Dorgelo, Chief Technology Officer at Aquatic Informatics. “Preferred globally by leading hydrological monitoring agencies like the US Geological Survey and Water Survey Canada, AQUARIUS 3.5 delivers enhanced workflows for managing time series data and metadata.”

AQUARIUS 3.5 Highlights

Output Preview for Ratings. The new “Output View” allows users to preview their rating-derived data based on a selected input signal. Preview data can now be easily compared to existing derived signals, giving users a quick “before & after” view of the impact of rating changes.

Drag & Drop for Appending Time Series. In Springboard, users can now upload and append logger files with a simple “drag & drop” without access to the server file system. After configuring a hot folder, users can take advantage of the new “Drag & Drop Append” tool to easily add files, reviewing the rich success/fail status for each uploaded file.

Building Rating Curves with Time Series. In the Rating Development Tool, rating calibration data can now be pulled from time series on the AQUARIUS Server as well as from field visits. Time series values are interpolated and synchronized at the time of each field visit. Field data can now be used to correct time series and time series to calibrate ratings, improving workflows.

Extended Attributes for Time Series. Already the most sophisticated industry tool for managing continuous hydrological data, AQUARIUS 3.5 now allows users to configure extended attributes for time series, providing richer context for centralizing time series information.

Improvements & Fixes. User feedback and internal testing have led to dozens of additional software enhancements. Customer can review the complete list of improvements on the release notes available on the AQUARIUS 360° Support Portal.

AQUARIUS is the leading software for water time series data management. The world’s most advanced environmental monitoring agencies trust AQUARIUS to achieve higher data integrity, defensibility, and timeliness. Its simple design delivers the latest hydrological science and techniques in an intuitive interface. AQUARIUS allows water resource managers to correct and quality control time series data, build better rating curves, and derive and publish hydrological data in real-time to support faster, better decisions about the world’s precious water resources.

AQUARIUS customers are encouraged to download Version 3.5 from the AQUARIUS 360° Support Portal to take immediate advantage of the latest enhancements. Water resource managers interested in learning more about AQUARIUS are invited to contact for a demonstration with their own data.

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.

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