Visit us at IWEA Annual Conference

Every Drop Counts IWEA IWEA Annual ConferenceEvery Drop Counts 2014

November 19-20, 2015
Westin Indianapolis
50 South Capitol Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46204

The Indiana Water Environment Association is dedicated to preserving and protecting Indiana’s waterways through educating their members and the
citizens of Indiana about the importance of the water environment.

FlowWorks will be exhibiting at 2014 IWEA Annual Conference November 19-20 at the Westin Indianapolis. Stop by to see a demo of the new Event Finder tools and the brand new FlowWorks Graphing Engine.

FlowWorks to Provide Services to Los Angeles

Los Angeles Skyline

FlowWorks is proud to announce that the City of Los Angeles has selected FlowWorks, partnered with Hach Company to provide wastewater flow monitoring, data delivery, analysis and reporting required for the City’s Wastewater Collection Flow Gauging Services Task Order, managed by AECOM.

With FlowWorks and its partners, the City of Los Angeles will embark on a six month project involving equipment and services at 40 gauging locations in the City’s wastewater collection system where meters will be installed permanently for the contract period.

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Need Help with FlowWorks


Need Help with FlowWorks, are you stuck on how to do something?

FlowWorks strives on making our customer experience an easy one.  We understand that sometimes even our most experienced users might have questions about how to get the most out of FlowWorks, which is why we offer multiple options to help you get the most out of your data.

  • The FlowWorks Manual contains a step by step guide for many of the FlowWorks tools. How-to topics on FACE, alarms and notifications, event finder and more can all be found within the pages of the manual. Best of all the manual is live online and regularly updated by the FlowWorks team. You can find the manual at this convenient and easy to remember URL:
  • The Support Center provides an online community within the FlowWorks platform where customers can share knowledge and experiences with each other and interact with the FlowWorks team. Consult with the FlowWorks support staff and other users to learn how to get the most meaningful information from your data.  Please click on the link for access:
  • When all else fails our staff is here to answer your tough questions. Whether you are trying to figure out complex calculations, graphing or custom reporting tools, the FlowWorks support staff are here to help. Wither it is a quick email or your looking for a more hands training session, we can provide the very best comprehensive advance training. Send your questions to and we will start working on a solution.

Whether you need product support or custom programming, get the support you need with FlowWorks.

Introducing the FlowWorks Manual

FlowWorks is happy to announce the release of our online manual, a new resource for all of our users. The FlowWorks manual contains guides and walkthroughs for many of the existing FlowWorks Tools. Guides on how to use FACE, Alarms and Notifications, how to upload data, and more can all be found on the new manual.

You can find the manual at the convenient and easy to remember url:

Alternatively, you can link it directly here:

The manual is just getting started, and FlowWorks intends to continually add more and more content to help users navigate any tool. If there is a specific section you need or want to see included, feel free to send us an email at and we’ll get started on it right away.

New Event Finder Tool

FlowWorks is proud to announce the release of our newest data analysis tool…Introducing the Event Finder.

FlowWorks users with large amounts of data are often faced with the task of identifying specific events that occur in their data sets. The dataset could be a large historical set (decades worth) where the shear effort to analyze the data can seem overwhelming. It could also be a realtime dataset that must be assessed on an ongoing basis. With the arrival of our newest tool, users can now effortlessly scan their datasets and identify events that meet any criteria they choose. The new tool can then also calculate the most often required information about each event.

You can view the manual page for this new tool here.