Carl Data Solutions Inc (CNSX:CRL) reported that its subsidiary unit FlowWorks Inc. is beta testing its improved I&I analysis tool with selected technology associates. I&I, is said to be caused when storm water and groundwater enter a sanitary sewer system.
At that time, it is important to track their impact to ensure efficient and effective management of city infrastructure. This tool for monitoring rainfall and flow will be launched this summer, however demos will be accessible at the imminent WEF Collections Systems Conference, beginning May 21.
Mike McDonald, the VP of Engineering with Carl Data, reported that they are thrilled to provide their customers with an innovative tool for I&I analysis. The new design is extremely intuitive and visual, and they consider they will have the top I&I tool on the market. There are three key improvements from the existing FlowWorks I&I tool. These were advanced from client feedback, and around a decade of working closely with civil and environmental engineers.
Storm events, correlation and patterns settings can be saved as an assignment to reuse anytime for location analysis. This saves time as the set-up procedure doesn’t need to be recurrent. This new feature also enables customers to ‘work in batch’ by selecting a collection of locations to study, whereas the preceding version only enabled one site per study.
Instead of manually looking statistics for dry weather patterns, Carl Data said that they can simply list some parameters and the setup will fetch them. It also permits users to quickly establish their dry weather patterns. Select numerous dry days, and the tool will average them to decide the outline for a single dry day.
Carl Data said that storm event finder allows rapid identification of beneficial rainstorms for I&I trials. Instead of manually looking for events, users can input a few elements and the tool will automatically show relevant rainstorms.