Use KalypsoForecast to depict complex work-flows for retrieving and validating data, for controlling simulation calculations and optimization, and for validating and disseminating results.

All work-flow components can be individally combined and customized.

KalypsoForecast - the system for control of numerical forecasting in the fields of water resource management and ecology.

Control of all input quantities at a glance
Auto-calibration through optimization

Our Services

  • Conceptual design of your customized forecasting system
  • Adaptation to meet your individual needs
  • Integration of existing forecasting models
  • Creation of forecasting models based on proven modeling software from the fields of hydrology, hydraulics and/or ecology
  • Installation and configuration of the total system
  • Training and support

Display of all relevant input data from external data sources:

  • Measurement and prediction sets from time series databases (e.g. WISKI Kisters AG)
  • Raster-based measurement and forecast data (such as RADOLAN, COSMO-EU) via FTP, net-work, HTTP
  • HQ relationships and additional reference data

Simulation calculation

  • Control of existing computer models
  • Automated implementation of model calculations (time-based or upon availability of certain input data)
  • Auto-calibration of models using mathematical optimization calculations based on the most cur-rently available measured values

Interactive interface for displaying and processing input and result data

  • User support through definition of predefined workflows
  • User and role management for restricting functions to certain user groups
  • GIS-based map display with support of vector and raster data, WebMapServices, etc.
  • Time series tables with display of warning values and quality criteria as well as deviations be-yond maximum or minimum threshold limits
  • Time series diagrams with display of warning values, main hydrographic data
  • Administrative interface for configuration of the system (e.g. configuring the sources of input data

Result analysis

  • Comparison with computed scenarios or historical events
  • Calculation of hindcast simulations

Reporting system and publication of results

  • Transmission of report documents (e.g. via FTP, e-mail)
  • Storage of prediction sets in time series databases (e.g. WISKI Kisters AG)
  • Archiving of simulation scenarios in document management systems

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