Aquatic Informatics Issues Latest Software Release For Hydrologic Data Management
AQUARIUS 3.0 R2 adds more innovative features and functionality including convenient open access to AQUARIUS Server data and over 65 other enhancements.
Vancouver, Canada, November 18, 2011 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software solutions for water data management and analysis, today announced that it has released the latest version of its AQUARIUS Software, AQUARIUS 3.0 R2.
R2 includes a number of innovative software features and updates, including:
- The introduction of the AQUARIUS DataMart, which gives data managers easy access to data within the AQUARIUS Server
- A flexible and powerful new tool for creating a derived time series
- Improvements to supported configurations, particularly for single users, who can now run AQUARIUS Workstation and AQUARIUS Server on the same computer
- New data correction functionality, including an additional innovative way to remove data spikes
- Faster updating of parameters, units and unit groups with SDF file import
- Various UI improvements, including specific enhancements to AQUARIUS Springboard
- Over 65 other enhancements and extensions.
“We are fortunate to have the leading hydrometric agencies as our customers and our partners, and they help ensure we build the right solutions to match the requirements of the market,” said Ed Quilty, Aquatic Informatics CEO, “We’re proud of these customer relationships and will continue to push forward with regular new releases and innovative functionality.”
About Aquatic Informatics
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 software solutions to a range of different customer groups including federal, state/provincial and local government departments, hydropower operators, watershed and basin authorities, irrigation districts, mining companies, academic groups and consulting and engineering organizations, who collect, manage and process large volumes of water quality or quantity data.
For more information about Aquatic Informatics, go to www.aquaticinformatics.com.