Moata is being used by a range of water utilities, particularly in Australasia – and in Christchurch City it has been adopted to provide network monitoring data and analysis to assist with the rebuild of underground water assets.
Moata comprises a state-of-the-art data management platform, custom built for the water sector, combined with bespoke algorithms that integrate with the platform. Our water industry specialists have specifically designed it with a generic and flexible architecture that can be quickly scaled and used to accommodate almost any workflow. The result is a valuable tool easily deployable to any user that can be used for identifying, understanding and providing solutions to real-time problems.
Moata – created by our experts in specialist water technology and consulting firm AWT – offers a range of time and money saving advantages, including:
- Low cost/high value data management solution
- Generic and flexible architecture that can be quickly scaled and used to accommodate almost workflow
- Reduced data handling and analysis/anomalies identification time in any size network
- Cloud-based software as a service so that subscribed users can access the service anytime, anywhere
- No hardware or software to install with instant rollout to any number of users and devices
- The ability to create custom mobile apps for collecting field and mobile data in minutes
- Seamless integration with corporate GIS and SCADA servers
- Easy access to download and summarise all available data
- User-friendly geospatial interface
- Customisable platform any level of the application
To find out more on how our solution can help you, visit our Moata website.
Wastewater biomass analysis
Undoubtedly, microbes are the hardest workers in any biological wastewater treatment process. The types of filamentous bacteria, flocs and higher life forms that we see down our microscope can give a good early indication of plant conditions, settling and compliance. This can save operational time and budget, improve compliance and reduce foaming. Our standard report examines the bugs and floc types present in your system.
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