DataCurrent is a comprehensive, SaaS based application designed to help identify, quantify and address the challenges of Inflow & Infiltration (I-I). The easy-to-use, ESRI based solution provides up-to-date analysis regarding the flow rates and capacities within your existing sanitary sewer pipes. It's 24/7, secured online access helps you consolidate and analyze both historical and real-time sewer flow and rainfall data of water infrastructure assets.
Benefits of utilizing the DataCurrent platform?
Secure, simple and inexpensive data warehousing services available 24/7 from anywhere via any browser.
Utilize real-time monitoring and alerts to provide insights into I-I quantification and to reduce the risks of property damage from flooding or sewer overflows.
Optimize the capacity of your existing sewer network to accommodate future growth.
Access, consolidate and analyze your historical and real-time sewer flow and rainfall data.
• Analyse flow monitoring, rainfall data and system I-I response used to explain causes of flooding and develop remediation measures.
• Extraneous I-I identification, location and quantification of wet-weather flow in sanitary sewers for system capacity analysis.
• Real-time monitoring and alarming of measured rain using gauges to monitor and/or alert flooding or sewer overflow potential.
• Monitors and analyses rainfall in various locations and interpolates the data to assess other non-monitored locations – referred to as “Distributed Rainfall Modelling Technique”(DRMT).
• Analysis of rainfall radar data in combination with rain gauge rainfall data to produce improved rainfall coverage maps.
• Incorporates Historical Data, Real-Time/Monitored Data, Asset/Asset Condition Data, As-Built Drawings, Shapefiles/Geodatabase, Time Series Data, Field Inspection Data, CSV, Excel, PDF & Video.
• IDF Analysis of rainfall data to compare observed events to the appropriate design Intensity-Duration-Frequency curves and define return rain periods (Forensic Analysis).
1) Flow monitoring and data analysis to develop rainfall versus storm water runoff response curves for calibrating drainage system models used to explain causes of flooding and develop remediation measures.
2) Identification of the location and quantification of the extraneous I/I during wet-weather flow in sanitary sewers for use in sanitary sewer system capacity analysis.
3) Real-time monitoring and alarming of measured rain using rain gauges to alert or trigger operations staff of specific flooding or sewer overflow potential.
4) Monitoring and analyzing of the rainfall amounts in various locations to assess the amount of rain in other non-monitored locations – also referred as ‘Distributed Rainfall Modelling Technique’ (DRMT).
5) Analysis of rainfall radar data in combination with rain gauge rainfall data to produce improved rainfall coverage maps.
6) Analysis of recent rainfall records to develop rainfall Intensity-Duration curves for comparing with the area’s design Intensity-Duration-Frequency curves and define the return periods of observed events (Forensic Analysis).
7) Development of new Intensity-Duration-Frequency curves for designing drainage system infrastructure (sewers, channels, storage facilities).