HydroMail 03 - Reticulation Mains Monitoring in Canberra, Data Management, and LGAQ LDMG Conference

HydroMail 03 - Reticulation Mains Monitoring in Canberra, Data Management, and LGAQ LDMG Conference

Posted 09 July 2017
ALS have hit the ground running in 2017, with all offices continuing to service existing clients as well as rolling out new projects such as the reticulation mains monitoring stations in Canberra. In the first of a series of articles highlighting our expertise in data management, an overview of the reasons for and process of managing a monitoring networks data is discussed below. The aftermath of tropical cyclone Debbie has had ramifications for the Queensland teams; quickly mobilising to assess stream conditions affected by the flood event to validate the data captured. To showcase our capabilities to the Queensland state and local governments, we hosted an exhibitor booth at the Local Disaster Management Group conference in Mackay, coincidentally, just over one month after TC Debbie.
Figure 1. Installed pressure monitoring station
Figure 2. The plot demonstrates baseline water pressure in an ACT suburb. It is influenced by residential water demand and the local feeder reservoir’s level. The minor spikes in this trace are from operational changes made by the Water Utility.
Figure 4. The ALS exhibitors booth
Figure 5. ALS locations around Australia
Figure 3. Example of Electrical Conductivity data pre and post data editing, using Hydstra software. NB: Raw data = orange, edited data = blue

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