The INFIL-Tracker System is an IoT-enabled monitoring system for the management of stormwater infrastructure like permeable pavement and bioswales. INFIL-Tracker provides automated monitoring, improved accuracy, real-time data and lasting results.
Letter from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) about their acceptance of the INFIL-Tracker System for site-specific monitoring data and real time control technology to enhance pollutant reductions.
How the INFIL-Tracker System is helping the City of Cudahy, Wisconsin measure, report and analyze its Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) and Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) compliance goals.
INFIL-Tracker Technical Information: Slide deck from presentation to the the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR).
This paper outlines a process that incorporates measured product-level and system-level performance metrics into continuous simulation modeling of permeable pavement systems. It is intended to serve as an example for engineers to follow when designing and analyzing permeable pavement systems in the State of Wisconsin. The goal of this paper is to help get the State of Wisconsin clean water, faster and for less money.
INFIL-Tracker is an IoT-enabled monitoring system for the management of stormwater infrastructure like permeable pavement and bioswales.
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“We think your sanitary sewer should be able to tell you where you have leaks, your bridge should be able to tell you when it has experienced damage, your building – an excessive vibration, and your porous pavement – it should be able to tell you when it needs to be maintained. It’s all possible. Right now.”