Rainfall Data


Rainfall Analysis and Monitoring

Take live data from your SCADA or data logger network, or upload historical data files and watch FlowWorks transform your rainfall station data into knowledgeable flow analysis reports. Once all the data is together, it can easily be monitored and alarmed across all inputs including SCADA inputs.

FlowWorks Key Features for RainfallĀ Data

Users can set and acknowledge notifications and alarms from anywhere via a secure internet connection without needing to involve IT. Once connected, users can access the FlowWorks reporting tools to produce graphs and summary tables for reports. Using their SCADA data, users can generate reports on water consumption, water quality, rainfall statistics and IDF curves, pump run times, chemical injection summaries, and more.

  • Map-based Network Overview:
    Easy point-and-click links to all of your flow analysis functions
  • Straightforward Summary Reports:
    Concise monthly rainfall summary shows you hourly, daily, and monthly totals along with duration-based statistics from 5-minutes to 24-hours
  • Intensity-duration-frequency (IDF) Analysis:
    Shows any current or historical storm data in the context of historical values and return periods
  • Specialized Rainfall Analysis Functions:
    Allowing you to assess return frequency of your recorded storm events
  • Alarm Notifications:
    When your stations reach critical combined sewage overflow amounts
  • Powerful Meta-data Storage Capabilities:
    Allowing you to store date and time-stamped photos, verification measurements and field observations
  • Flexible Download Capability:
    Allowing you to easily download your data through our high-speed data transfer service.

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