Meteor rounded off the first day of the SWIG “Data Visualisation and Interpretation” Event 2012 with a presentation highlighting the practical, cutting edge solutions currently being used for Data Collection, Management and Visualisation in the water industry today.
To finish Meteor walked through the upcoming release of their popular Meteor Data Centre web portal, showcasing the powerful MCE-Publish tool which allows authorized users to embed, mark-up and publish visualised content directly to the web quickly and securely. Visit our Meteor in Action page for more details.
The full presentation is available to download in PDF format here.
We will be presenting at the forthcoming SWIG event “Data Visualisation and Interpretation”, showing some of the powerful web tools that are available for display, analysis and control of data using Meteor applications.
Please come and join us as we will also have a display of our equipment and a live demonstration of water quality events in progress.
The event takes place on 21st November at Chateau Impey, Droitwich Spa. Please feel free to contact us for information or go to the SWIG webpages at www.swig.org.uk
We are delighted to announce the launch of our new website. This gives us the chance to showcase the innovative products and services which we offer as a dynamic, forward thinking company. It also illustrates the wide range of projects and customers we are involved with.
We hope that you enjoy the new site, and we would welcome any feedback on 01727 899 990 or via email.
Fancy a secure, outdoor storage kiosk perfect for use in the allotment or garden? Meteor are actively reusing Water Quality Monitoring kiosks which have been retired from service to provide useful outdoor storage for local allotment holders.
This is an ecologically friendly solution, saving the kiosks from becoming landfill and the need for purchasing new sheds!
The monitoring network maintained by Meteor on the River Lee has been expanded in the run up to the 2012 games to include a number of portable stations using the MCC-972 ESNET platform. Also providing SCADA for treatment stations and data visualisation tools via the web the network has been a key component in enabling the Environment Agency, LOCOG and Thames Water to develop the Lower Lee as a key element of the Olympic Park