Database application for monitoring data in mining areas

#Data management #monitoring data #measurement data #visualization #data evaluation
Screenshot from the GW-Web software with a map section in the main window (right) and a window with the existing data and icons to the left
View of GW-Web with map section and overview of included data. Copyright: ribeka GmbH.

Effective water management in mining requires continuous information on water quantities and water qualities. GW-Web® provides the necessary tools to securely store, manage and evaluate the measured data.

For water management in mining areas, the task is to regularly monitor water quantities and water qualities in surface waters and to manage and evaluate the data obtained in the process. Based on GW-Web®, a specialized desktop system for data management and evaluation has been further developed for this purpose. Monitoring data can be read in from databases via interfaces or transmitted directly from measuring sensors via GPRS. The system also includes spatial background data, e.g. on land use and data on the monitoring stations. It has functions for the evaluation and visualization of the data. Measured values can be displayed in tables, time series and bar charts. It is also possible to create synoptic diagrams and collective diagrams. Spatial data can be visualized in the form of maps. Access is provided via a user-friendly web frontend. The management of access rights of different users is possible, so that information can be provided specifically for certain user groups.

Water resource: Groundwater, Process water, Surface water
Type of product:
  • Modelling & software tools
Application sector: Industry
Funding measure: WavE
Project: WaterMiner

Contact and partners


Logo ribeka GmbH
  • ribeka GmbH,
  • Johann-Philipp-Reis-Str. 9,
  • 53332 Bornheim
https://www.ribeka.com/

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Umwelttechnik und Ökologie im Bauwesen,
Bochum
Dresdner Grundwasserforschungszentrum e.V.,
Dresden
ribeka GmbH,
Bornheim
Vietnam National Coal – Mineral Industries Holding Corporation Limited

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