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RT-DAS objectives as per Water Resources Department (Govt. of Maharashtra [India])

Data collection of the following parameters

  • Discharge gaugings,
  • Precipitation measurements,
  • Water-level recordings,
  • Groundwater monitoring and
  • Water-level recordings,

is to provide a set of sufficient good quality data that can be used in decision-making in all aspects of water resources management, in the wide range of operational applications as well as in research.

The below information is as per RTDAS objectives of Maharashtra government Hydrology Project:

  • Install new equipments capable of providing measurements in real time at proposed RT-DAS stations.
  • Provide the number of rainfall, river water level (stage) and river discharge reservoir water level and outflow discharge and full climatic stations to provide improved assessments of hydrologic conditions in the Krishna and Bhima River basins in Maharashtra.
  • Utilize a combination of INSAT and GSM/GPRS data communications to relay data in real time.t station installation and maintenance to assure the proper operation of RTDAS. INSAT, is a series of multipurpose geo-stationary satellites launched by ISRO to satisfy the telecommunications, broadcasting, meteorology, and search and rescue.
  • Contract extensive training for Maharashtra Government staff to fully understand the operation of the equipments in the event Maharashtra will assume operation and maintenance of the real time data acquisition system.
  • Contract extensive training for Maharashtra Government staff to fully understand the operation of the equipments in the event Maharashtra will assume operation and maintenance of the real time data acquisition system.
  • Establish a real time data center at Pune.
  • Acquire hardware and software to collect the real time hydrologic data in real time from both INSAT as well as the GSM/GPRS reporting stations.
  • Acquire software to evaluate the real time hydrologic data in real time before passing the information to dissemination and forecasting models.

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