Carl Data Solutions Inc (CNSX:CRL) posted that its subsidiary firm FlowWorks Inc. is beta testing I&I analysis tool with designated technology associates. I&I, is a result of storm water and groundwater entering into a sanitary sewer system.
When it happens, it is vital to know the impact to warrant efficient and effective administration of city infrastructure. This advanced tool for observing rainfall and flow will be unveiled this summer, though demos were made accessible at the WEF Collections Systems Conference.
Mike McDonald, who is the VP of Engineering of Carl, mentioned that they are exhilarated to provide their consumers with an advanced and unique tool for I&I analysis. The tool’s new design is tremendously intuitive and visual, and they contemplate they will have the best I&I analysis tool on the industry. There are 3 prime improvements from the available FlowWorks I&I tool. These were developed as per the client feedback, and almost a decade of working with civil and environmental engineers.
Correlation, patterns settings and Storm events can be saved as a task to reuse anytime for site analysis. This saves time as there is no need to set-up procedure again and again. This new feature permits consumers to ‘work in batch’ by identifying a collection of sites to study, whereas the older version only permitted one site per study.
As a substitute of manually looking info for dry weather patterns, Carl announced that they can list some parameters and then the setup will fetch the required information. It permits users to establish tailored dry weather patterns easily. Select many dry days, and the I&I tool will average to reach the outline for a single day. Carl Data added that storm event finder permits rapid identification of favorable rainstorms for I&I trials.
In the last trading session, the stock price of Carl Data declined more than 8% to close the day at $0.310.