Water Quality Data Acquisition and Reporting

Effective monitoring is essential for effective pollution control in national and international water systems. Water Quality Monitoring software is a successful in demonstrating how state of the art technology can be implemented to achieve, continuous, real-time monitoring of water quality.

A DR DAS system can be used as a support tool by regulatory bodies in managing the environmental quality data with the potential to cut overall monitoring costs and provide better coverage representing long-term trends in fluctuations of pollutant concentrations. Based on the collected data DR DAS can provide recommendations for water quality monitoring systems from various perspectives, technical, operational and strategic.

Data are collected from stations at pre-programmed intervals and transmitted to the Envista servers either by network connections — either government or public networks can be supported. The data are then processed and made available in a controlled manner to stakeholders. The system demonstrates the capability of multi-sensor systems to remotely monitor temporal variations in water quality, through the identification of short-term events.

Adjusting the monitoring program while maintaining water quality data is critical. Systems include statistical analysis methods for the assessment of surface water quality. Adjustments can be made to the water-monitoring program to lower monitoring costs.

Key features of a watering monitoring network system:

  • easy to use configurations through a series of structured configuration files
  • back polling to support network outages that prevent communications
  • automatic collection request redirection when primary communication pathways are unavailable
  • remote control of system configuration
  • integrated alarm management system allowing the user define relatively complex trigger conditions