Future-Proof Today's Data Systems

Face Tomorrow's Challenges

WISKI

Water Information System by KISTERS eases hydropower generation data management and analysis. The platform increases access, usability, and value from analyzing diverse datasets in various formats.

As it consolidates high volumes of monitoring data -- from precipitation to in-situ sensors to pumping and control systems -- it automates the monitoring of data quality, compliance, costs, and energy generation.

The long-term, centralized, and secure data and analytics inform your organization and operations. Map data within the platform or integrate with Esri GIS solutions.

Also observe and report fish populations, habitat surveys, and biological integrity.

Enhancements beyond WISKI

WISKI Dam Safety Web Viewer screen shot displays piezometer monitoring data for dam safety monitoring and compliance reportingDam Safety WebViewer

Enhanced functionality to WISKI accomplishes advanced QA/QC and calculations, while users appreciate online visualizations and automated alerts specific to piezometers, cross-sectional plots, offline data sources, and more dam safety parameters.



HydroMaster radar weather data as a service (DaaS)HydroMaster

Get high resolution, extremely precise satellite rainfall data as a service. HydroMaster forecasts and observations within a web browser to improve operations, maintenance, and post-event analyses.

Radar animation, 3-15 day forecasts, concise return period reporting, and easy alarm configurations provide lead time ahead of storms. Different working groups and individuals can customize dashboards with the most relevant data and most efficient presentation of information.


HydroMaster radar weather data as a service (DaaS)

Real-Time Optimization (RTO)

The intuitive web platforms empowers generating facility operators to define challenges, prioritize objectives, and generate the best possible schedules to optimize water use and power generation.

The patent-pending RTO modeling provides feasible short, middle, and long-range schedules to most efficiently use constrained water and energy resources.