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City of Grand Rapids: City’s Environmental Services Department trains and launches groundbreaking EPA electronic reporting

August 25, 2017 – With the launch of LinkoExchange, the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan, becomes the first in the United States to use Cross-Media Electronic Reporting Rule (CROMERR) technology. Read More ⟶


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JWN: US Geological Survey migrates water monitoring to Vancouver software developer’s Big Data platform

March 8, 2017 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software solutions for water data management and analysis, has been recognized as a top cleantech leader on the 2017 Ready to Rocket CleanTech list. Read More ⟶


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Waterbriefing: Aquatic Informatics Named as 2017 Top Cleantech Leader

March 8, 2017 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software solutions for water data management and analysis, has been recognized as a top cleantech leader on the 2017 Ready to Rocket CleanTech list. Read More ⟶


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World Water: USGS Deploys AQUARIUS Time-Series to Upgrade National Water Information System

January/February 2017 – Aquatic Informatics, Inc. of Vancouver, Canada reported that the United States Geological Survey (USGS), North America’s largest environmental monitoring agency, deployed AQUARIUS Time-Series in 7 of 50 US states on schedule using Amazon’s cloud computing technology. Read More ⟶


Hydro World: U.S. Geological Survey Successfully Begins Modernization of the National Water Information System with the Rapid Deployment of AQUARIUS Time-Series Software in the State of Alabama

Hydro World: USGS Begins the Modernization of Their National Water Information System with AQUARIUS

December 20, 2016 – The next generation of AQUARIUS Time-Series, the world’s most powerful water data management platform, is now live across the Alabama offices of the USGS Lower Mississippi Water Science Center. Read More ⟶


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Business in Vancouver: Four of the Fastest B.C. Tech Companies

June 15, 2016 – British Columbia is a great place to start a tech company. Small surprise, then, that accounting firm Deloitte’s annual Technology Fast 50 list, a celebration of the country’s fastest-growing tech firms, includes nine based in B.C. including Aquatic Informatics. Read More ⟶


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Water Canada: 2016 Water’s Next Finalists Announced

May 24, 2016 – Water Canada magazine has announced the finalists of the 2016 Water’s Next Awards. The Water’s Next Awards program honours the achievements and ideas of individuals and companies that have been successful in their efforts to improve water in Canada. Read More ⟶


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Business in Vancouver: Top 100 Tech Companies in B.C. In 2016

May 10, 2016 – Business in Vancouver magazine has announced the Top 100 tech companies in B.C. in 2016. BIV achieves their ranking by the total number of employees in B.C. in 2016. Read More ⟶


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Mediacorp: Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers

March 29, 2016 – Aquatic Informatics Wins Award as One of the Best Places to Work in Canada. Aquatic Informatics has been recognized as one of Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers for three consecutive years by Mediacorp. Read More ⟶


EBJ: Business Achievement & Information Technology

EBJ: Business Achievement & Information Technology

March 9, 2016 – Aquatic Informatics Wins EBJ Award for Exceptional AQUARIUS WebPortal Sales Growth & Innovative Cloud Services. The Environmental Business Journal® (EBJ) has recognized Aquatic Informatics for the third successive year with an EBJ Business Achievement Award. Read More ⟶


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Ready to Rocket: 2016 Cleantech List

March 4, 2016 – Aquatic Informatics Recognized Among Fastest Growing Cleantech Leaders. Rocket Builders has named Aquatic Informatics to the 2016 Rocket Cleantech list for its outstanding growth and water software market leadership. Read More ⟶


IRAP-NRC: Managing Floods of Water Data

December 10, 2015 – When it comes to the collection and analysis of water data, it’s difficult not to drown in the details. Nobody understands this better than Vancouver-based Aquatic Informatics, a world leader in water data management. Read More ⟶


BCTIA: BC Companies Shine in 2015 Technology Fast 50

November 18, 2015 – Last week, our partners at Deloitte announced the winners of this year’s Technology Fast 50. Having just come back from a tour in southern California, it’s easy to correlate the vibrancy of the Vancouver and Canadian tech scene with what’s happening south of the border. Read More ⟶


Cantech Letter: Vancouver’s Aquatic Informatics Moves From Fixed to Managed Services With AQUARIUS Cloud

November 18, 2015 – Vancouver’s Aquatic Informatics Inc. has made its AQUARIUS solution suite for water data management and analysis available as a service hosted in a private cloud. Read More ⟶


Renewal Funds: Aquatic Informatics Named One of Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50

November 18, 2015 – Aquatic Informatics, a Renewal2 portfolio company, has recently been honored as one of Canada’s fastest growing technology companies by Deloitte in their 18th annual Technology Fast 50, recognized for their bold innovation, dedicated leadership, and strong growth. Over the past four years, Aquatic Informatics have shown an astounding 214% growth in revenue, and is poised for even greater acceleration in the years to come. Read More ⟶


World Water - Aquatic Informatics Lauded for High Growth

World Water: Aquatic Informatics Lauded for High Growth

September/October 2015 – Aquatic Informatics was named to the list of Canada’s 500 fastest-growing companies for its reported five-year revenue growth of 212 percent. Read More ⟶


Stormwater Management: Close the Funding Gap for Water Monitoring

Pg 24 & 25 – August/September 2015 – Water monitoring programs must be upgraded to meet the new challenges of the 20th century – climate change, droughts, floods, and aging infrastructure. Stu Hamilton of Aquatic Informatics explains the benefits of monitoring and argues for more public investment to close the funding gap. Read More ⟶


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Water Canada: Water Data Analytics Drive Solutions and Profits

September 17, 2015 – Climate change, droughts, and floods are driving business for Canadian software companies. This week, Vancouver-based Aquatic Informatics Inc., a software solutions company for hydrologic data management and analysis, announced it ranked in the top 500 of Canada’s fastest-growing companies. Read More ⟶


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World Water: El Salvador Solves a Big Problem

Pg 22 – July/August 2015 – After almost five years using the AQUARIUS Time-Series platform for data management, El Salvador is able to better prepare for storm events while also managing the country’s limited water resources more efficiently. Global expert, speaker, and author in the field of water monitoring, Stuart Hamilton, reports. Read More ⟶


Climate Smart: Vancouver-Based Climate Smart Certified Businesses Awarded Greenest City Leadership Award

July 6, 2015 – Vancouver-based Climate Smart certified businesses and organizations (see full list below) were awarded the Greenest City Leadership Award (Organization) for their work to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, at the second annual City of Vancouver Awards of Excellence. Read More ⟶


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Geology for Investors: New eBook “The Value of Water Monitoring” Published by Aquatic Informatics

April 29, 2015 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software for water data management and analysis, today announced the release of a new eBook “The Value of Water Monitoring” authored by Senior Hydrologist, Stuart Hamilton. Read More ⟶


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Globe and Mail: Scientist Turned Entrepreneur Shares His Three Secrets to Success

March 9, 2015 – Back in the mid-nineties, when biologist Edward Quilty realized how technology was disrupting the water monitoring market, he headed back to school for a PhD in hydro-informatics at the University of British Columbia. Read More ⟶


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Environmental Business International: Aquatic Informatics Forms Strategic Partnership with Adasa

February 24, 2015 – Aquatic Informatics Inc. (Vancouver, B.C.), a provider of software for hydrologic data management and analysis, announced that it has formed a strategic partnership with Spanish engineering company Adasa to provide water resource management systems and services to clients in Spain, Romania, Latin America, and Australia. Read More ⟶


Stormwater: Communicating Hydrometric Data Quality

Pg 30-36 – January/February 2015 – Streamflow data are the most valuable asset for understanding the hydrological cycle and for managing water resources. Distributed inputs diverse storage elements, and vital uses for water exist for every watershed. Read More ⟶


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Ontario Waterpower Association: Water & Energy, A Delicate Balancing Act

Pg 21 – December 2014 – There has been a lot of talk lately about the water, energy and food security nexus. The recognition that these three things are connected and can’t be managed independently as a management decision in one sector inevitably has an effect in another. Read More ⟶


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National Research Council Canada: Digital Technology – The Waterfall Effect of Productivity Improvements

October 2014 – Within a decade of entering the hydrological data management and analysis arena, Aquatic Informatics has become a global leader in software solutions for the study and reporting of water resources. Due to the unprecedented burden on worldwide water resources, the need for trusted hydrological systems and solutions has exploded. Along with the rising demand for such water data came rapid growth for Aquatic Informatics and its specialized products such as AQUARIUS. Read More ⟶


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WMO Bulletin: E-book review, Communicating Hydrometric Data Quality: What, How and Why

Vol. 63(2), 2014 – “Communicating Hydrometric Data Quality: What, How, and Why” provides a good synopsis of the current state of how streamflow data are collected, processed, reviewed and categorized. It describes the old paradigm of national organizations that had standard operating procedures for collecting and validating streamflow data as accurate and verifiable, then looks at the new paradigm of many disparate providers sharing data using the WaterML 2.0 standard5… Read More ⟶


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EBJ Environmental Industry Overview 2014: Aquatic Informatics Meets Aggressive Recruitment Targets as It Rides Steep Growth Curve

Summer 2014 – Aquatic Informatics is on a roll. In addition to winning a 2013 EBJ Business Achievement Award for international expansion, the provider of environmental data management software is pulling in other awards – as a top employer and place to work, as a clean technology innovator – and this year it has met some aggressive recruiting targets. Read More ⟶


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Resource Investing News: Aquatic Informatics CEO Ed Quilty on Data Management and the Water Market

July 29, 2014 – Water management takes many forms and is an important part of conserving and optimizing water resources. To get more insight into this area, Resource Investing News recently spoke with Ed Quilty, Founder, President & CEO of Aquatic Informatics. Read More ⟶


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National Post: Social Entrepreneurs Finding Their Way in Nascent Impact Investment Scene

July 3, 2014 – Ed Quilty, founder of Vancouver-based Aquatic Informatics, a developer of software used in analyzing water data, has seen his company grow significantly since incorporating in 2003, thanks to clients such as the U.S Geological Survey. Read More ⟶


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Pollution Solutions: Modern Software for Advanced Environmental Modelling, Simulations & Forecasting

June 11, 2014 – Aquatic Informatics Inc. (Canada) today announced the expansion of its AQUARIUS solution suite with the launch of AQUARIUS Forecast. This modern software for advanced environmental modelling is a vital decision support tool for water resource managers looking to improve water accounting, optimise water supply allocation, and better predict and manage floods. Read More ⟶


Hydro World: Aquatic Informatics Awarded B Corporation Certification for Meeting Higher Standards of Environmental Performance

Hydro World: Aquatic Informatics Awarded B Corporation Certification for Meeting Higher Standards of Environmental Performance

April 29, 2014 – “Aquatic Informatics is the first natural water resource management software vendor to achieve B Corporation Certification. This recognition validates our efforts to empower environmental monitoring organizations with better insight for the sustainable management and safeguard of the world’s precious water resources,” Ed Quilty. Read More ⟶


Globe and Mail: Private equity firm bets on organic food, green products, environmental innovation

Globe and Mail: Private Equity Firm Bets on Organic Food, Green Products, Environmental Innovation

April, 06 2014 – Renewal2 has eight investments in its portfolio. Among them are stakes in San Francisco-based Alter Eco Americas PBC, an importer of fair trade products such as organic quinoa and chocolate; Seventh Generation Inc. of Vermont, which markets non-toxic cleaning supplies and household goods; and Vancouver-based Aquatic Informatics Inc., which develops water-management software and assesses environmental data. Read More ⟶


Globe and Mail: H2O testing firm wins everywhere

Globe and Mail: H2O Testing Firm Wins Everywhere

March 26, 2014 – “Looking back, how we were able to gain trust and confidence from the local market was through our network. I was very active in industry associations like the Canadian Water Resources Association and the Canadian Water and Wastewater Association. Through them, we continue to this day to do joint marketing initiatives,” Ed Quilty. Read More ⟶


Betakit: A River of Data Runs Through Vancouver’s Aquatic Informatics

Betakit: A River of Data Runs Through Vancouver’s Aquatic Informatics

March 19, 2014 – Having the “up to my neck” in it feeling is common place for many CEOs. For Aquatic Informatics‘ CEO Ed Quilty, his story starts with water being up to his hips (literally). Read More ⟶


Business in Vancouver: How I did it - Ed Quilty

Business in Vancouver: How I Did It – Ed Quilty

March 18, 2014 – Continuous learning a key to success for Aquatic Informatics founder. Chris Carter monitors BC’s Business scene for the radio program Secret of My Success. Read More ⟶


CBC Television: B.C. company big in water monitoring

CBC Television: B.C. Company Big in Water Monitoring

January 25, 2014 – Gloria Macarenko with CBC Vancouver interviews Chris Carter of ScotiaMcLeod about Aquatic Informatics. Chris Carter monitors BC’s Business scene for the radio program Secret of my Success. Read More ⟶


CBC Radio: Secret of my Success - Aquatic Informatics

CBC Radio: Secret of my Success – Aquatic Informatics

January 22, 2014 – Canadian businesses will spend an estimated $250 million dollars this year on environmental monitoring and a Vancouver company is leading the industry, when it comes to water management. Read More ⟶


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Environmental Business Journal: Executive Review 2014 & 2013 EBJ Business Achievement Awards

Volume XXVII, Number 1, 2014 – International Expansion Award – Aquatic Informatics Inc. (Vancouver, British Columbia) for expanding international revenue from 24% of total revenue in 2012 to 50% in 2013 and establishing a new subsidiary in Australia. Read More ⟶


Stormwater: Five Key Requirements for a Modern Water Data Management System

Stormwater: Five Key Requirements for a Modern Water Data Management System

January 16, 2014 – Water Data in a Modern World. Hydrometric data providers have been rapidly exploiting modern technology to keep pace with the changing needs of modern society for timely, accurate, and defensible water data. The past two decades have seen an almost complete turnover in field technology. Read More ⟶


The Vancouver Sun: Vancouver-based company scores water monitoring deal Down Under

The Vancouver Sun: Vancouver-based Company Scores Water Monitoring Deal Down Under

December 6, 2013 – Software will be used to manage systems and collect information on levels and flow. Vancouver-based Aquatic Informatics, a developer of software used in analyzing water data, has won what it hopes will be a significant foothold in Australia, a major market for water monitoring. Read More ⟶


The Globe and Mail: Canada's Small & Medium Top Employers

The Globe and Mail: Canada’s Small & Medium Top Employers

December 5, 2013 – Employers are evaluated by the editors of Canada’s Top 100 Employers using eight criteria, which have remained consistent since the project’s inception. Employers are compared to other organizations in their field to determine which offers the most progressive and forward-thinking programs. Read More ⟶


Digital Journal: Aquatic Informatics Selected as One of Canada's Top Small & Medium Employers for 2014

Digital Journal: Aquatic Informatics Selected as One of Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers for 2014

December 6, 2013 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software solutions for hydrologic data management and analysis, announced today that it was named on the inaugural list “Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers for 2014” by Mediacorp Canada Inc. Read More ⟶


ES&E Magazine: The five essential elements of a modern hydrological monitoring program

ES&E Magazine: The Five Essential Elements of a Modern Hydrological Monitoring Program

Summer 2013 – Water is essential for our physical and economic well-being, but droughts and floods are threats that require constant vigilance. In fact, it is difficult to overstate the importance of the availability, reliability and accuracy of data from water monitoring programs. Read More ⟶


Market Watch: Wall Street Journal - Aquatic Informatics Welcomes Eric Dorgelo as New Chief Technology Officer

Market Watch: Wall Street Journal – Aquatic Informatics Welcomes Eric Dorgelo as New Chief Technology Officer

Jul 16, 2013 – High technology industry veteran Eric Dorgelo brings extensive track record of launching successful software to the Aquatic Informatics senior management team. Aquatic Informatics Inc., is announcing today the appointment of former Salesforce.com director Eric Dorgelo to the newly created position of Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Read More ⟶


Energy Digital - National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research (NIWA) Selects AQUARIUS Software to Manage New Zealand's Hydrometric Data

Energy Digital: National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research Selects AQUARIUS Software to Manage New Zealand’s Hydrometric Data

July 15, 2013 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software solutions for hydrologic data management and analysis, is announcing today that the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research Ltd. (NIWA) has selected AQUARIUS Software to manage all hydrometric time-series data. Read More ⟶


WE&T - Water industry increases demand for detailed real-time water data

WE&T: Water Industry Increases Demand for Detailed Real-Time Water Data

June 2013, Vol. 25, No.6 – Global Hydrological Monitoring Industry Trends, a report published by Aquatic Informatics Inc. (Vancouver, British Columbia) provides data on the state of the water industry. More than 700 water resource professionals from 90 countries participated in a global study conducted in fall 2012. Read More ⟶


Renewable Energy World - Doubling in Annual Revenues Fuels Aquatic Informatics' International Expansion

Renewable Energy World: Doubling in Annual Revenues Fuels Aquatic Informatics’ International Expansion

April 4, 2013 – Leading water data management software firm reports record revenue growth in 2012 and announces the opening of a new subsidiary to serve environmental monitoring agencies in Australasia. Read More ⟶


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World Water: Report Reveals Striking Trends in Water Monitoring

Pg 31 – 33 March/April 2013 – Aquatic Informatics’ report “Global Hydrological Monitoring Industry Trends” highlights changes that are significantly transforming the industry. Senior Hydrologist Stuart Hamilton elaborates on key findings of the report. Read More ⟶


WE&T Magazine - Projects The U.S. Geological Survey

WE&T Magazine: Projects The U.S. Geological Survey

February 2013, Vol. 25, No.2 – The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) last year announced that it selected AQUARIUS Software, manufactured by Aquatic Informatics (Vancouver, British Columbia), for water time-series data management. The new software replaces the Automated Data Processing System and several other legacy software packages USGS has used for time-series data processing. Read More ⟶


Stormwater - Stormwater Software: Tools for monitoring, analysis, and program management

Stormwater: Stormwater Software – Tools for Monitoring, Analysis, and Program Management

February 13, 2013 – Many types of software are available to stormwater management professionals for monitoring, analysis, and program management related to stormwater and combined sewers. Read More ⟶


Hydro World - BC Hydro Relies on AQUARIUS to Automate Daily Production of Long-Range Water Supply Forecasts

Hydro World: BC Hydro Relies on AQUARIUS to Automate Daily Production of Long-Range Water Supply Forecasts

January 22, 2013 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software solutions for hydrologic data management and analysis, announced today that the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority (BC Hydro) has successfully deployed AQUARIUS Software. Read More ⟶


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Power Engineering: BC Hydro Relies on AQUARIUS to Automate Daily Production of Long-Range Water Supply Forecasts

January 21, 2013 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software solutions for hydrologic data management and analysis, announced today that the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority (BC Hydro) has successfully deployed AQUARIUS Software. Read More ⟶


Hydro World - Aquatic Informatics Report Highlights Important Trends in the Water Monitoring Industry

Hydro World: Aquatic Informatics Report Highlights Important Trends in the Water Monitoring Industry

December 11, 2012 – Rapid changes in monitoring technology, growth in real-time data, increasing stakeholder expectations, and evolving data management systems are among the key conclusions from the global survey of over 700 water professionals from 90 countries. Read More ⟶


Water World - New Aquatic Informatics report highlights important trends in water industry

Water World: New Aquatic Informatics Report Highlights Important Trends in Water Industry

December 11, 2012 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software solutions for hydrologic data management and analysis, released today its report entitled Global Hydrological Monitoring Industry Trends. The water monitoring industry is undergoing rapid evolution worldwide, and water professionals are struggling to manage emerging technologies, to process massive volumes of real-time data, and to meet the mounting expectations of stakeholders. Read More ⟶


The Wall Street Journal - Aquatic Informatics Report Highlights Important Trends in the Water Monitoring Industry

The Wall Street Journal: Aquatic Informatics Report Highlights Important Trends in the Water Monitoring Industry

December 11, 2012 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software solutions for hydrologic data management and analysis, released today its report entitled Global Hydrological Monitoring Industry Trends. The water monitoring industry is undergoing rapid evolution worldwide, and water professionals are struggling to manage emerging technologies, to process massive volumes of real-time data, and to meet the mounting expectations of stakeholders. Read More ⟶


International Water Power & Dam Construction - Can Data Secure the Future of Large Hydro?

International Water Power & Dam Construction: Can Data Secure the Future of Large Hydro?

November, 2012 – Stu Hamilton comments that as growning populations and climate change drive the need for large hydro, data collection is likely to play a large role. Read More ⟶


International Water Power & Dam Construction - The Dawning of AQUARIUS

International Water Power & Dam Construction: The Dawning of AQUARIUS

November, 2012 – Managing vast amounts of water data is a complex task and some hydroelectric utilities are turning to modern water accounting platforms to help streamline hydrological data. Ed Quilty from Aquatic Informatics gives more details. Read More ⟶


Business in Vancouver - 'Little' Aquatic Informatics wins software contract to monitor America's waterways

Business in Vancouver: ‘Little’ Aquatic Informatics Wins Software Contract to Monitor America’s Waterways

October 16, 2012 – $8m deal with US Geological Survey seen as catalyst for B.C. company’s global growth – “Little local company” Aquatic Informatics Inc. (AI) has been awarded the contract to replace the United States Geological Survey’s (USGS) aging software to monitor the entire country’s waterways. Read More ⟶


GISCafe - USGS Selects AQUARIUS Software to Centralize National Water Data Management & Operations

GISCafe: USGS Selects AQUARIUS Software to Centralize National Water Data Management & Operations

September 26, 2012 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software solutions for hydrologic data management and analysis, is announcing today from the USGS National Water Data Conference in Portland, Oregon that the USGS has selected AQUARIUS Software for water time series data management. By centralizing realtime operations on the AQUARIUS platform, the USGS Water Resources Division will optimize efficiency in the storage, processing, and publishing of hydrological data collected from its 7400 steam gauging stations across the United States. Read More ⟶


Professional Surveyor Magazine - USGS Selects AQUARIUS Software to Centralize National Water Data Management & Operations

Professional Surveyor Magazine: USGS Selects AQUARIUS Software to Centralize National Water Data Management & Operations

September 26, 2012 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software solutions for hydrologic data management and analysis, is announcing today from the USGS National Water Data Conference in Portland, Oregon that the USGS has selected AQUARIUS Software for water time series data management. By centralizing realtime operations on the AQUARIUS platform, the USGS Water Resources Division will optimize efficiency in the storage, processing, and publishing of hydrological data collected from its 7400 steam gauging stations across the United States. Read More ⟶


Ulitzer Time Series Journal - USGS Selects AQUARIUS Software to Centralize National Water Data Management & Operations

Ulitzer Time Series Journal: USGS Selects AQUARIUS Software to Centralize National Water Data Management & Operations

September 25, 2012 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software solutions for hydrologic data management and analysis, is announcing today from the USGS National Water Data Conference in Portland, Oregon that the USGS has selected AQUARIUS Software for water time series data management. By centralizing realtime operations on the AQUARIUS platform, the USGS Water Resources Division will optimize efficiency in the storage, processing, and publishing of hydrological data collected from its 7400 steam gauging stations across the United States. Read More ⟶


Stormwater - The Five Essential Elements of a Hydrological Monitoring Program

Stormwater: The Five Essential Elements of a Hydrological Monitoring Program

September 25, 2012 – Water is the natural capital of the growing world population. Services built on our natural capital are the currency of the 21st century. The timing and spatial distribution of surface water quantity—and the variability in quality of that water— define how we design and build the infrastructure necessary for our energy, agriculture, mining, transportation, and industrial sectors. Read More ⟶


Hydro World - Software Producer Aquatic Informatics Adds BC Hydro to List of Clients

Hydro World: Software Producer Aquatic Informatics Adds BC Hydro to List of Clients

May 02, 2012 – Aquatic Informatics Inc. has added BC Hydro to the list of clients who use its hydrologic data management and analysis software. BC Hydro will use Aquatic’s Aquarius software, which “helps hydropower producers more effectively manage valuable water resources,” the company says. Read More ⟶


International Water Power & Dam Construction - BC Hydro to Use Software From Aquatic Informatics

International Water Power & Dam Construction: BC Hydro to Use Software From Aquatic Informatics

May 01, 2012 – Software solutions provider Aquatic Informatics Inc. announced today the recent addition of BC Hydro to its list of customers in the hydropower industry. BC Hydro will be using AQUARIUS in conjunction with water supply forecasting models that were developed internally. The integration of AQUARIUS into BC Hydro’s existing enterprise architecture will be implemented using AQUARIUS’ ability to integrate with OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) web services and OpenMI interfaces. Read More ⟶


International Journal on Hydropower & Dams - Improved Software for Water Data Management

International Journal on Hydropower & Dams: Improved Software for Water Data Management

Issue Four, 2012 – Managing vast amounts of water data is complex, and errors in data management and processing can be costly. Recognising the ever increasing demands placed on those responsible for collecting and managing water data, AQUARIUS, a new software program which centralizes the storage and management of water data, has been designed to make documenting and analysing water data more efficient. Read More ⟶


WMO Bulletin - The 5 Essential Elements of a Hydrological Monitoring Programme

WMO Bulletin: The 5 Essential Elements of a Hydrological Monitoring Programme

Volume 61(1) 2012 – Water is the natural capital of the growing world population. Services built on our natural capital are the currency of the 21st century. The timing and spatial distribution of surface water quantity – and the variability in quality of that water – define how we design and build the infrastructure necessary for our energy, agriculture, mining, transportation and industrial sectors. Read More ⟶


GISCafe - Aquatic Informatics Joins OGC Domain Working Groups on Hydrology and Oceanography & Meteorology

GISCafe: Aquatic Informatics Joins OGC Domain Working Groups on Hydrology and Oceanography & Meteorology

October 11, 2011 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software solutions for water data management and analysis, today announced that it is working with the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) to create the next generation of standards for hydrologic data exchange. Read More ⟶


Water in the Works - Aquatic Informatics Inc. Launches AQUARIUS System

Water in the Works: Aquatic Informatics Inc. Launches AQUARIUS System

September 22, 2011 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software solutions for water data management and analysis, announced the successful implementation and launch of the AQUARIUS system today at the Water Survey of Canada‘s Thunder Bay office in Ontario, Canada. Read More ⟶


GLOBE Communications - Aquatic Informatics is Ready to Rocket in Cleantech for the Fourth Year

GLOBE Communications: Aquatic Informatics is Ready to Rocket in Cleantech for the Fourth Year

March 21, 2011 – Aquatic Informatics™ Inc., a provider of software solutions for environmental water management and water analysis has been named as one of the top 15 clean technology companies in BC with the greatest potential for revenue growth in 2011 by Rocket Builders, a management consulting firm specializing in the technology industry. Read More ⟶


Rocket Builders - Rocket Builders Names Top Companies to “Ready to Rocket” Clean Technology List

Rocket Builders: Rocket Builders Names Top Companies to “Ready to Rocket” Clean Technology List

February 22, 2011 – Rocket Builders today released its first-ever “Ready to Rocket” list of B.C. clean technology companies. The fifteen privately-held companies are positioned to capitalize on clean technology and industry trends that will lead them to rapid growth and investment. Read More ⟶


Rocket Builders - Average Growth of 75 Percent Launches Corporations Onto Ready to Rocket List

Rocket Builders: Average Growth of 75 Percent Launches Corporations Onto Ready to Rocket List

January 27, 2010 – Despite a lacklustre economy, 25 British Columbia technology companies with an average revenue growth of 75 percent were named to this year’s Ready to Rocket list. Read More ⟶


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ACETECH: 2009 Lang Michener Revenue Growth Award

December 17, 2009 – Aquatic Informatics™ Inc., a global leader in software solutions for the water and climate industry, announced today that it has been awarded the 2009 Lang Michener Revenue Growth Award by ACETECH. Read More ⟶


Canada Hydrometric Workstation System Contract Awarded

Water21: anada Hydrometric Workstation System Contract Awarded

March 18, 2009 – Aquatic Informatics and Greenspan have been awarded a contract to supply Water Survey of Canada (WSC), the federal water monitoring branch of Environment Canada, with a nation-wide Hydrometric Workstation System. Read More ⟶


Clean 15 - The Step Between Impossible and Possible

Clean 15: The Step Between Impossible and Possible

September 21, 2009 – Aquatic Informatics™ Inc., a global leader in software solutions for the water and climate industry, announced today that it has been named as a finalist for the Clean15 Canadian clean technology competition. Read More ⟶


Rocket Builders - Select B.C. Firms Ready to Rock(et), According to Survey

Rocket Builders: Select B.C. Firms Ready to Rock(et), According to Survey

January 27, 2009 – If there’s a recession on, it’s news to 25 British Columbia companies that have been named to this year’s Ready to Rocket list. Read More ⟶


Water Canada - Aquatic Informatics and Greenspan Alliance

Water Canada: Aquatic Informatics and Greenspan Alliance

November 14, 2008 – Aquatic Informatics and Greenspan have announced an alliance between both companies to offer an environmental data acquisition and management system. Read More ⟶


Rocket Builders- 25 B.C. Tech Firms Named to this Year's List of Right Technologies at the Right Time

Rocket Builders: 25 B.C. Tech Firms Named to this Year’s List of Right Technologies at the Right Time

January 14, 2008 – The soaring Canadian dollar and growing fears of a U.S. recession are failing to stall 25 B.C. technology companies being touted as ‘Ready to Rocket’ in 2008. Read More ⟶


Backbone Magazine - Branham Announces Canada's Top 300 Tech Companies

Backbone Magazine: Branham Announces Canada’s Top 300 Tech Companies

April 2007 – This year’s Top 25 Up and Comers once again come from a variety of IT segments and provinces. These young companies have differentiated themselves by creating innovative products and services in interesting fields of information technology. Read More ⟶


BCTIA - Technology Impact Award Finalists Announced Finalists’ Technologies Enhance Wide Range of Industries

BCTIA: Technology Impact Award Finalists Announced Finalists’ Technologies Enhance Wide Range of Industries

May 9, 2007 – This year’s Technology Impact Awards (TIAs) Finalists provide overwhelming proof of the important role that British Columbian innovation plays in our traditional industry sectors and in our everyday lives, said the BC Technology Industry Association (BCTIA) today. Read More ⟶


Canadian Business Magazine - No Drop Left Behind

Canadian Business Magazine: No Drop Left Behind

February 12, 2006 – Do you drink bottled water because tap water makes you nervous? Rest easy. Vancouver-based Aquatic Informatics Inc. is working to improve the public water supply. Aquatic’s unique software, Aquarius, analyzes water quality for human and environmental health purposes, as well as tracking volume discharge at dams and rivers. Read More ⟶


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