The 2011 Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference was a huge success for FlowWorks. Not only that, we received very high markings on the WEFTEC 21-point Exhibiting Effectiveness Evaluation tool, an observation and evaluation conducted by a team of trained evaluators directed by Jefferson Davis, president of Competitive Edge. During the show, each booth was observed and evaluated in three main categories: Overall Exhibit Presentation, Product/Service Presentation, and Exhibit Staff. FlowWorks received above average markings on all categories!
Attendees at the 2011 Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference, WEFTEC, repeatedly asked a key question as they stopped by the FlowWorks booth: How do I sign up?
“Hundreds of people stopped by the booth,” said FlowWorks President Timothy Hicks. “People are definitely getting the message that FlowWorks is the better way to manage data.”
Held October 15-19 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California, WEFTEC is the largest meeting of its kind in North America, bringing together thousands of water quality professionals from around the world to share and explore the best water quality education and training available.
FlowWorks booth was a highlight. Representatives from the nation’s biggest engineering companies, a dozen major west cost municipalities, most of the world’s flow metering firms, as well as the members of the media and investment bankers, were among those who crowded around the booth’s two demonstration screens.
“FACE and the new graphic editor were extremely well received,” Hicks noted. “I think folks were so receptive because they’re starting to understand that a platform like FlowWorks can truly bring data and people together. After two years of speaking and educating, they are seeing a way to keep their data secure, and access and work with it at the same time. Fortunately, they’re thinking of us.”
In other words, people are finally understanding how to deal with the vast amount of environmental monitoring data that’s piling up, and that FlowWorks offers a management approach that is far more cost-effective, efficient, and comprehensive than traditional SCADA.
The new tools have been a smash hit so far:
- Graphic Editing QA/QC Tools—Users can now edit any and all data, on a single, secure web platform, from anywhere.
- FlowWorks Advanced Calculation Engine (FACE)—A major upgrade to the FlowWorks data platform places Excel-quality calculation tools for real-time data directly into user’s hands.
The updates vastly expand FlowWorks data management, analysis and reporting capabilities.
The message for flow monitoring professionals of the world: FlowWorks has arrived—and 2012 looks like it is going to be a very busy year.
FlowWorks 2011 Conferences
2011 Tri–Association Conference: WWOA/CWEA/CSAWWA
August 30th – September 2nd, 2011
Roland E. Powell Convention Center, Ocean City, Maryland
Washington Association of Sewer and Water Districts Fall Conference
September 28th – 30th, 2011
Wenatchee Convention Center, Wenatchee, Washington
Wastewater Planning Users Group WaPUG
November 9th -11th, 2011
Blackpool Hilton Conference Center, Blackpool, UK