Eptisa will implement a e-SWIS system (Surface Water Information System) in India

The new web environment system will be implemented in participating agencies in the Hydrology Project phase II

May 20 2013

The Government of India, through the Central Water Commission (CWC) a technical organization in the field of Water Resources and is presently functioning as an attached office of the Ministry of Water Resources, has awarded to Eptisa a new contract to carry out the project “Supply, Installation and Commissioning of Surface Water Information System” with a duration of one year and ten years to its maintenance.

The aim of the project is the migration of the present applications and data bases used by the Central Water Commission for central storage of hydro-meteorological data, to new e-SWIS system (Surface Water Information System), as well as the existing system for validation and data processing.

The new web environment system will be implemented in participating agencies in Hydrology Project phase II, and potentially in all States and UTs of India. Furthermore, will be provided the web services required for data dissemination that, among other tasks, will allow the support of the Flood Warning functions.

Eptisa will provide the following services during the implementation:

  • Review of the existing Databases, System Design, and Processes
  • System design for data-flow, storage, dissemination, web platforms and GIS components and processes.
  • Development and implementation of the software using open source software in a phased manner.
  • Migration of the existing data from HIS databases (i.e. SWDES/WISDOM/HYMOS)
  • Training to different section of staff (i.e. end users, administrators, etc.)
  • Documentation, online help, real-time help.
  • Warranty (three years) and maintenance (seven years) for the next ten years

 
 Eptisa will implement a e-SWIS system (Surface Water Information System) in India