Water Data Analysis: A Data Management and Analysis Tool for Remote Monitored Telemetry Systems
Abstract:In order to effectively and efficiently manage an onsite wastewater treatment system, remote monitoring using telemetry is becoming a more feasible option. Telemetry supplies continuous data which need to be well organized and maintained for later usage. The primary objective of this US EPA funded project was to test and evaluate the applicability of the need for this “centralized paradigm” in the context of managing onsite systems distributed and located in different geographical locations. A number of probes and sensors were installed to study wastewater characteristics at various points within the system. The primary focus of this paper is to present a software application (Water Data Analysis©) developed to process and analyze data from the monitored systems. Wastewater data from six onsite systems were compiled and used for analysis. The sites were geographically distributed in West Virginia, Maryland and Georgia.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2008
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