Analytics Dashboard grouping is expanded to include non-Wellntel sensors and data streams that are stored in the Wellntel Cloud.
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Balancing Water Accounts
Water resources are changing more quickly than ever, in response to climate change, population growth and density, and industrialization. Ubiquitous water monitoring that includes real-time supply, demand and balance as its vital metrics and triggers is the key to managing water sustainably.
All Water Data Now Available Via API
Starting today, API subscribers can use existing credentials to retrieve data from three Wellntel Information System endpoints, including: the new 3rd party data endpoint for pressure transducers, flow meters and manual measurements.
Simple Charts Come to AD
Wellntel’s new Simple Charts are intuitive and clean and will speed your water reporting work, starting immediately.
There’s a Change in the Weather
It is with heavy hearts but immense pride that we have said goodbye to Joe Fillingham, PhD, Wellntel’s Science and Information Manager.
Wellntel a Key Part of Dane County’s 2020 Climate Action Plan
Vital groundwater data will be collected with this new observation network that will include citizen scientists, remote monitoring, and real-time analytical tools.
A note to our friends, customers and community
As we continue to monitor the quickly-changing COVID-19 situation, we wanted to send a note to update you on our near-term operating plans.
Wellntel Announces Major Platform Expansion, Integrating Vital Water Information on Client Dashboards for Fact-Based Decision-Making
For Immediate Release (January 30, 2020), Milwaukee, Wisconsin: By combining flow, gallons pumped, surface-water level, security and environmental information, among a nearly unlimited array of water data types, Wellntel clients are now able to report and share actionable, real-time metrics with their teams and stakeholders, and to improve their sustainability efforts. The resulting Water InformationContinue reading “Wellntel Announces Major Platform Expansion, Integrating Vital Water Information on Client Dashboards for Fact-Based Decision-Making”
Network Design Critical To Revealing Groundwater and Surface Water Interactions
California’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act of 2014 (SGMA) requires that Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (GSAs) manage groundwater resources to avoid significant and unreasonable adverse impacts on beneficial uses of interconnected surface water1, 2. Surface Water Depletion is one of the six SGMA Sustainability Factors that GSAs and their Groundwater Sustainability Plans (GSPs) must consider and endeavorContinue reading “Network Design Critical To Revealing Groundwater and Surface Water Interactions”
Wellntel Welcomes New Technical and Operations Manager
Wellntel Welcomes New Technical and Operations Manager Jenny Ulbricht