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The largest water data management company in the world continues to be counted among “best for the world.”

Vancouver, Canada – September 11, 2018 Aquatic Informatics, a global leader in organizing the world’s water data, has announced today that it has successfully re-certified its B Corporation certification. This prestigious certification is awarded by B Lab to companies that are accelerating the global culture shift to redefine success in business. Certified B Corporations use the power of business to solve social and environmental problems, while meeting the highest standards of social and environmental performance, public transparency, and... Read More »

Former Active Network executive joins leading water data platform to drive the company through a new phase of growth.

Vancouver, Canada, August 23, 2018Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in organizing the world’s water data, has announced the appointment of James Reyes to the position of Vice President of Global Sales & Marketing. Reyes will lead the sales, solutions, and marketing divisions while helping to evolve the business and unite the AQUARIUS, WaterTrax, and Linko brands as a part of the Aquatic Informatics family.

“We are thrilled that James, with his many years of leadership experience in enterprise software and... Read More »

ed quilty interview

As infrastructure ages, we need to come up with smarter and better ways to work. One of the way to do so is to leverage our current infrastructure and optimize it with new technology.

However, when we start to do that, our data volume rapidly increases, and it can become difficult to manage it all without a solution that turns those volumes of data into actionable information.

Watch Ed Quilty, CEO of Aquatic Informatics, share with Anthony Lacavera from Globalive Media how our company is helping to collect and manage data for infrastructure providers to deliver accurate water information in real time. Ed explains how automating workflows and leveraging IoT with an industry-specific software solution... Read More »

Written by Stuart Hamilton

Water has always been important. The perception of its importance is closely linked to episodes of too much, too little, or the wrong quality. Climate change, urban growth, and agricultural intensification are just three examples of pressures that are contributing to an unprecedented global awareness of the importance of water. Everything we know about the effects of these pressures on water are the result of water data.

Is water neglect a direct result of inadequate water data?

Data connects water overuse, misuse, and abuse to undesirable outcomes. In the absence of water data, water uses and abuses have historically been largely indistinguishable.... Read More »

For the final week in our Women in Water series, started on International Women’s Day, we have interviewed women across the world who are dedicated to the protection of water and the environment, and the use of technology to do so. This week, we met with Angela Perks, an AQUARIUS user from the Bay of Plenty Regional Council in New Zealand, and Tamara Roberts, a Linko user at the City of Bloomington Utilities in Bloomington, IN, USA.

Angela Perks is an environmental data analyst with the Bay of Plenty Regional Council who administers the AQUARIUS database, performs field work, and works to automate data capture.

After receiving her master’s degree in geology, Angela worked for a while in the... Read More »

Global Water Awards selects Aquatic Informatics as candidate for prestigious award to be handed out at 2018 Global Water Summit in Paris.

Vancouver, Canada, March 26, 2018 – Aquatic Informatics, the largest water data management company in the world, has been shortlisted alongside three other water technology companies for the Smart Water Company of the Year Award by Global Water Awards. Aquatic Informatics has been recognized for answering the water industry’s calls for improved data access and because of the company’s strong awareness of customer demands for advanced software solutions.  

Global Water solicited nominations from companies that provide a unique... Read More »

As part of our Women in Water series, started on International Women's Day, we are interviewing women across the world who are dedicated to the protection of the water and the environment, and the use of technology to do so. This week, we met with Kirsten Adams, an AQUARIUS user at the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE) in Australia, and Lynn Landry, a WaterTrax user at Metro Vancouver, Canada.

First up was Kirsten Adams, a senior hydrologist at DPIPWE, who is responsible for determining sustainable limits for water allocations, reviewing major dam developments in terms of water availability, managing the AQUARIUS portal, and conducting hydrological analysis for... Read More »

As part of our Women in Water series, started on International Women's Day, we are interviewing women across the world who are dedicated to the protection of the water and the environment, and the use of technology to do so. This week, we met with Donna Hollis, an AQUARIUS user from TasWater, and Alice Ohrtmann, a Linko user from Rock River Water Reclamation District.

First up was Donna Hollis, a Data Scientist at TasWater, in Tasmania, Australia. Donna has a wide variety of responsibilities at TasWater, including administration of the AQUARIUS system, data integration, and reporting.

Donna has always had an interest in science and technology, and after obtaining her Bachelor of Science in... Read More »

Today, March 8th, is International Women's Day.  This blog post kicks off our “Women in Water” stories feature, in which we’ll be highlighting a number of women working in the water and wastewater industries over the month of March. Join us as as we share the stories of these remarkable women and celebrate their achievements by following our blog.

Each week, we'll be releasing the stories of two women for a total of three weeks. Follow along to learn about their career paths, their experiences with technology in the industry, and the career advice they have for future generations.

This month's Women in Water schedule:

  • March 14, 2018 - Donna Hollis from TasWater and Alice Ohrtmann... Read More »