National & Federal Agencies The world’s preeminent environmental monitoring authorities trust Aquatic Informatics to store, manage, correct, derive, and disseminate water data of the highest quality, consistency, and timeliness.
Show me why National and federal agencies collect the majority of the world’s real-time hydrological data.
They develop the scientific standards for collecting and managing water data across nations.
They set the polices that regulate the sustainable management, distribution, and protection of precious water resources.
The reliable, standardized data they produce is used to explain climate change and protect against natural hazards.
Today’s national and federal authorities are collecting vast amounts of real-time water data.
They trust Aquatic Informatics to improve the timeliness
reliability, and accuracy of their water records.
Leading national agencies trust Aquatic Informatics
US Geological Survey: Over 8,000 Stream Gaging Stations Nationwide
To increase operational efficiencies and optimize data consistency across national offices.
The USGS chose AQUARIUS as its primary platform for all time series data storage
processing, review, and dissemination.
Water Survey of Canada: Over 2,400 Water Monitoring Stations
Water Survey of Canada trusts AQUARIUS Time-Series & AQUARIUS EnviroSCADA for the acquisition and management of data from over 2400 stream gauges, across 28 field offices, for over 200 hydrographers.
National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research: 3500 Sites
“AQUARIUS will enable integrated management of data collection through the data lifecycle
It will allow NIWA to determine data quality and accuracy in near real-time
while tracking corrections.” - Dr.
Jochen Schmidt We are excited to have selected Aquatic Informatics to provide us with a modern water data management system.
By updating our system, AQUARIUS will allow for the integrated and seamless management of water data collection through the data lifecycle.
It will improve data accessibility across 14 offices.
Rating curve development and maintenance will be enhanced.
And, metadata will be centralized with raw and processed data.
AQUARIUS will allow NIWA to determine data quality and accuracy in near real-time
while allowing us to track data corrections and changes.
Jochen Schmidt Chief Scientist National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA).
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