Wastewater and Water Resources
Watershed / Flood Management Maps
Creation & Analysis
Hydro Network describes and models as network components, features of the surface-water system Two representations of the water supply can be conceptualized -a linear network that logically links all connected water bodies (hydrology) through their centerlines and a cartographic representation depicting the boundaries of various water bodies (Hydrography). A national standard being developed will comply with existing international standards and with new technologies. The program provides for the integration of water-related data into decision-making tools and systems. The content includes five key elements: the linear representation of Canada’s water supply, the traditional cartographic representation of the network, events (attribute information), toponymy, and metadata. The programs and standards are being developed by various federal and provincial government agencies
Sunram has experience in the preparation of Hydro Network data, which involves the capture of Hydrographic features as per the prescribed standards.