Innovations in Storm Pond Assessment and Tracking: Minnesota Demo

Be prepared for new Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) rules with cost-effective solutions for inventorying the compliance of all of your stormwater basins.

When: Friday May 2nd, 2014

Where: A stormwater pond site in Roseville, MN (contact Ray Valley for details)

Attendees will learn about innovations to help them rapidly:

  • COLLECTPlatypus LLC will demonstrate bottom depth and composition data collection with Lowrance depth sounders and chartplotters on autonomous boats on a Roseville, MN Stormwater Basin.
  • PROCESS – Navico, Inc., makers of Lowrance and BioBase will demonstrate automated data processing and GIS map creation of collected bathymetric data.
  • TRACK – Flatrock Geographics, Makers of PondTrack (*new*) and MapFeeder will demonstrate cloud-based inventory and data management tools.

Reps from all companies will discuss individual and bundling pricing options. Please contact Ray Valley (651-303-5265 ray.valley@navico.com) to reserve a space. Registration is free but space is limited!

Author: biobasemaps

BioBase is a cloud platform for the automated mapping of aquatic habitats (lakes, rivers, ponds, coasts). Standard algorithms process sonar datafiles (EcoSound) and high resolution satellite imagery (EcoSat). Depth and vegetation maps and data reports are rapidly created and stored in a private cloud account for analysis, and sharing. This blog highlights a range of internal and external research, frequently asked questions, feature descriptions and highlights, tips and tricks, and photo galleries.

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