HydroNET: HydroView

HydroNET: HydroView

HydroView: One entrance to all the data you need!

The HydroView application gives single point access to all data which is connected via the HydroConnect service. Hydroview can provide access to historical, real-time and forecasted data. The HydroView module allows the user to prepare graphical visualisations of individual datasources and combine say water levels with rainfall rates at several sites into one graph to add to your dashboard so it is ready for you to view or export to a CSV at any time.

The HydroView is often used as data sharing portal for cooperating organisations. In this case the HydroView module provides one entrance to databases and different data which are located at the different participating organisations.

For example, three catchment management agencies in the Netherlands: Brabantse; Delta De Dommel; and Aa en Maas use the community portal to share their data with each other and with interested stakeholders. They have linked their 6 databases (FEWS, wiski, scada and 3 others) to the HydroNET platform. By doing this they all have an improved insight in the status of the whole water system. Only registered users can enter this internal community portal. They use the HydroView to access all 6 databases and to easily compare the different data sources.

To see a demonstration video click here.

For more information visit: www.hydronet.com.au or call us on 03 8526 0800 (Melbourne) or 07 3105 1460 (Brisbane).

About The Author

Warwick Bishop
Warwick is a Director of Water Technology and has over 20 years of experience in surface water management. He has led a wide variety of projects covering areas such as flood risk management, water quality, sediment transport, coastal hazard, WSUD and environmental flows. Warwick has an Honours Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Melbourne and a Masters of Engineering Science Degree from Monash University, investigating the detailed hydraulics of stormwater treatment wetlands. Warwick has experience throughout Australia in both rural and urban contexts. Since 2011 he has provided specialist input to the Flood Intelligence Unit of SES during both catchment and coastal flood emergencies. He is actively involved in Engineers Australia and is the current chair of the Victorian Water Engineering Branch Committee. Warwick has also contributed to the revision of Australian Rainfall and Runoff, with a particular focus on the application of flood models in urban areas.
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