Riverside collaborates with CSU on RiverTrak and eRams.

Fort Collins is a beautiful community in Northern Colorado, home to both the corporate headquarters of Riverside Technology, inc. and Colorado State University (CSU). Since Riverside began operation in 1985, CSU, an academic leader in water resources engineering, has been a strong partner and supporter. Two of our board members received their doctorate and master’s degrees from CSU and many of our Fort Collins-headquartered team also hold CSU degrees.

CSU and Riverside share a goal to observe and advance our community and the world around us. The College of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Riverside both share a vision to provide solutions to complex environmental challenges. We have lived those goals through our partnership on many projects, ranging from research and development to alumni collaborations. Riverside is currently working with CSU’s College of Civil and Environmental Engineering department on advanced processing and networking of flood and river data.

Riverside’s RiverTrak® modeling technology rapidly generates flood inundation maps using real-time river data. CSU’s eRAMS is a powerful platform to build simulation models and analytical tools that can be accessed via desktop or mobile devices. The combined technologies create a powerful system to expand regional flood data networks, create timely and accurate flood maps, and provide analysis and communication tools to help protect life and property around the world.

 

The Engineering Building at CSU.

The Engineering Building at CSU.