Competition marks launch of new flow monitor software on day two
ADS LLC kicked off day two of WEFTEC.11 in Los Angeles with a competition involving its new flow monitor installation utility, Qstart, which will release Nov. 1. The software is designed for easy setup and activation of three of ADS's monitors: the FlowShark Triton, FlowAlert and RainAlert II.
The object of the competition was to configure, activate, collect and review data for the FlowShark Triton in the least amount of time using the Qstart software. Chris Stebbing of Cole Eng. took the top spot, winning an iPad. Participants also included Jason Vine, KWL; Blake Tonagai, ACG; Jeff Plymale, RJN; Dave Pitts, City of Sacramento; and Mark Goodrowe, Underground Services Inc.
WWD Editorial Staff