Stormwater

Extreme weather is changing the frequency and intensity of floods and droughts. Gain valuable insights to better manage your operations with historical and real-time flow data & analysis – a modern solution for today’s environment.

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Leading environmental organizations trust Aquatic Informatics

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The Challenge

When facing imminent flood dangers, time is of the essence. Effective flood management requires the ability to automatically acquire and validate data from remote sensors, compute related statistics, determine the current status of flood-prone locations, and issue alerts and situation reports. As well, your team needs accurate data and adequate lead time to make confident decisions about conveyance capacity and controls.

The Solution

Effective decisions require effective support. With Aquatic Informatics, you can achieve data integrity, defensibility, and timeliness.

Connect to Sensors in Real Time

Get reliable, secure online access to water information anytime, anywhere. With this software, you can centrally manage all monitoring network locations, keep users informed in the office and the field, integrate data acquisition systems and external databases, and automate continuous data importing.

Visualize Data & Historical Records

Quickly visualize, scan, and QA/QC your data. Keep permanent records of original data, visualize gauging measurements, outliers and trends instantly, track data quality with flags and quality grades, compare raw and corrected data on a single chart, and defend and retrace data with an automatic audit log.

Correct Errors & Ratings Curves

Build the best rating curves. Automate error detection and corrections, easily build stage discharge rating models, automatically apply rating models, shift or blend curves when conditions change, and use the same rating curve tool as major agencies, such as NIWA, USGS, DEW, and WSC.

Calculate Derived Data Instantly

Calculate derived data in real time. Run rating curves, calculate aggregates, and fill gaps. Publish calculated derived data in seconds. Build sophisticated multi-input time series models. Derive statistics from time series, visualize all types of data, including meteorological data, and view raw and corrected data on a single chart.

Scale to Meet Your Needs

Suitable for one user – or an entire nation. Choose a scalable standards-based architecture, centralize and integrate all of your environmental data and monitoring network locations. Control workflows, approvals, and access. Keep your data secure, and provide only authorized users with access to the right data.

Share Info with Stakeholders

Right data, right people, right time. Draw actionable insight at a glance with customizable dashboards to guide decisions. Publish your data in real time, generate reports in seconds, automate alerts online, by email, or SMS. Provide adaptive management based on events as well as health and safety alerts for all stakeholders.

City of Lake Oswego Improves Urban Water Resource Management with Real-Time Data Analysis.

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When facing imminent flood dangers, time is of the essence. However, getting the right information to the right people in real-time can be challenging. No one knows this more than the City of Brisbane.

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Learn from monitoring expert Jayson Peterson from Entura and Hydro Tasmania, how the Malaysia SMART Tunnel is using modelling software to better manage urban floods with the longest multi-use (stormwater and road structure) tunnel in the world.

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Despite governing a small municipality of 37,000, our policy makers want to know that they can trust our environmental data. By using AQUARIUS we can tell them that we use the same methodologies and tools to build our rating curves and process our environmental data as the USGS and Water Survey Canada. That provides credibility for the small fish in the pond.

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David A. Gilbey
Water Quality Program Coordinator
City of Lake Oswego

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