New Release Extends Trimble Unity Remote Monitoring Software with Analytics and Workflows for Wastewater Utilities and Engineers
Trimble introduced the latest version of its Trimble Unity Remote Monitoring software for water, wastewater and stormwater utilities. Version 4.7 provides new analytics and visualization capabilities, enabling utilities to make informed decisions on capital improvements, capacity planning and real-time collection system operations and maintenance activities.
The announcement was made at WEFTEC, the world’s largest annual water quality technical conference and exhibition.
Trimble Unity Remote Monitoring software allows utilities to capture, analyze and manage data collected from Trimble’s Telog® family of Internet of Things (IoT) wireless data recorders, including the latest Telog Ru-35 wireless wastewater recorder for Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO and Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) monitoring and alarming.
Trimble Unity Remote Monitoring version 4.7 software provides tools to help utilities ensure that capital improvements and operational resources are prioritized towards the areas of greatest need across their network. The software integrates seamlessly with Telog Enterprise software and focuses on ease of use, clear reporting and advanced analytics including:
- Intuitive GIS map-based data visualization tools with charting and tabular views, enabling improved engineering analysis for collection system planning and management
- New spatial visualizations, such as heatmaps for risk and hotspot analysis, enabling increased speed of identification and response to sewer overflows and inflow and infiltration (I&I) events
- Custom field data annotations and improved self-service reporting, providing enhanced clarity in communication and documentation of events and operations across the whole organization
- Modern statistical analysis and reporting tools for wastewater data captured using Telog wireless data recorders, providing insights into asset performance
- Advanced pressure transient analysis, pinpointing the location, severity and frequency of water hammer events detrimental to key infrastructure