RiverCure addresses the issue of reducing uncertainty and improving forecasting capabilities of hydrodynamic and morphodynamic mathematical models for flood simulation, water resources management and habitat protection.
Profiting from recent advances in collecting and processing crowdsourced information produced by riverine communities and shared in internet sites and social media, RiverCure will contribute to improve the forecasting capabilities of mathematical models of rivers by making an efficient and systematic use of curated crowdsourced and authoritative data through assimilation and calibration.
Usability improvments. Included way of downloading simulation results.
Altered the 'dependantOf' field name to 'derivedBy'.
Now it actually does something - a sensor class property can be derived by another, and have a Python instruction associated with it.
This results that, when the property that this new property is dependant of is added/updated, it will calculate the new value of this derived property, through the python instruction.
Changed context boundary line 'Type'. Before the options were 'Input, Output and InputOutput'.
Now there are available the following options: 'Input, Output, Critical and Transmissive'.
Introuced a new field for the sensor class properties: a 'dependantOf' field.
Now a property can be dependant of another, thus the field it depends must be inserted first.
Bug fixes on the event generation, now events should work with the newest sensor model.
Altered way of interacting with the portal's organization. Now, when navigating through the portal you have an 'Active' session organization.
This will determine which context and sensors you see on the 'Context' and 'Sensor' pages, respectively. To set an organization as active,
you have to go to the organization menu, select the organization and click 'Make current organization'.