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Award-Winning Culture

On the heels of receiving an EBJ Business Achievement Award, I’m excited to share that Aquatic Informatics was recognized as one of Canada’s Top Employers for 2014 and 2015! Now entering its 2nd year, Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers is a national Mediacorp competition that recognizes the small and medium enterprises that offer the best workplaces and forward-thinking employee programs. If you ask our team what it means to work here, you’ll hear shout-outs for our incredible passion, collaborative atmosphere, and great work environment.


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2015 World Water Day – Celebrating the Impact of Water Information

Happy 2015 World Water Day! To celebrate World Water Day this year, Aquatic Informatics launched the inaugural 2015 AQUARIUS Impact Awards. What better day to celebrate the outstanding work our customers do every day in managing and protecting the world’s most precious resources – water!


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Environmental Business Journal Awards & Trends

Aquatic Informatics recently won the EBJ Business Achievement Award for Information Technology. Besides enjoying the warm weather last week in San Diego at the Environmental Industry Summit XIII, I had the great honour of accepting an EBJ Business Achievement Award for Information Technology. The award recognized Aquatic Informatics for our rapid growth in 2014 and our outstanding technology innovation, including the launch of two new products last year AQUARIUS Forecast and AQUARIUS WebPortal.


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Virtue Versus Temptation in Water Data Management

Tad Slawecki, Senior Engineer at Limnotech, provided a very interesting and entertaining ‘lightning talk’ at the Open Water Data Initiative session of the AWRA 2014 conference. Against a backdrop of increasing momentum toward ‘big data,’ which is often conceived as primarily ‘virtual’ data derived from distributed models, Tad argues that we need to restore our faith in ‘virtuous’ data.


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Uncertainty Is the Unlocked Back Door Used by Unwanted Surprises

I had the great pleasure of re-connecting with colleagues at the NASH symposia at the AWRA 2014 national conference. There were three well attended NASH sessions and a panel discussion that were all great starting points for conversations. One such conversation about discharge measurement uncertainty with Tim Cohn resulted in the statement that is the title of this post. We were discussing the reasons for study into the problem of quantification of discharge measurement uncertainty. Read More


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