SENSOR LOCATION MANAGER
fully automated way to determine optimal sensor locations for monitoring water quality compliance and water supply protection. It uses a hierarchical selection process (weighting factors) coupled with a stepwise approach to monitor site locations based on water distribution network characteristics (eliminating unavailable or inaccessible locations); hydraulic time);proximity to critical facilities like schools and hospitals; population density; and budget. It also facilitates quick review of recommended monitoring locations and their spatial criterion.
NETVIEW lets users display their water distribution network models and analyze, share, and view detailed hydraulic
water age) modeling results from any number of modeling scenarios directly in Google Earth. Armed with detailed information on trends or problem areas, they can collaborate protecting public health. These enhanced capabilities create
planning and more informed decision making, increased infrastructure protection and reliability, improved public
BACKTRACE provides comprehensive event backtracking analysis following the detection of a contamination event, identifying the most likely originating source locations and planning effective responses to contamination threats and incidents.
Unlike traditional hydraulic and water quality models, which output information at all locations over time, InfoWater Backtrace extension (BTX) runs in reverse time to compute
particular output network nodes at a particular time, along
sources and output nodes, users can effectively devise and implement response actions such as unidirectional contamination event.
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