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Water Finance & Management Magazine – Miami Conservancy District Embraces Data Management in the Cloud

October 25, 2021 – Miami Conservancy District (MCD) was created in response to the devastating floods of 1913 when the Great Miami River burst its banks, killing 360 people and devastating the Dayton region of Ohio. Under the engineering direction of Arthur Morgan, MCD built a comprehensive flood protection system that was completed in 1922. The system still protects the communities along the Great Miami River and includes five dams, retarding basins, and 55 miles of levees. Read More

Treatment Plant Operator – Playing in the Big Leagues

May 2021  |  Pg 28-29 – An online data management system for fog and industrial pretreatment programs gives this small Massachusetts community the same capability as much larger cities. Read More

Water & Wastewater Asia – WARIDI Supports Socio-Economic Development in Tanzania

April 2021  |  Pg 30-32 – How do you secure sustainable and increased access to water and sanitation in the face of stressed water resources? If you had to choose between hydroelectricity or food security through irrigation, what would you do? And what to do about environmental integrity in the riparian zone with its rich flora and fauna? Or can we find a compromise and manage our river systems in a coordinated way that achieves most of our objectives? But do we accept the inevitable trade-offs? Read More

Fluid Handling – New Data Management Software Improves Efficiency at Treatment Plant

March 2021  |  Pg 7-8 – In under two years, the introduction of dedicated software to manage data and asset with reporting has made a real difference at the Penticton Wastewater Treatment Plant.
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Vancouver Sun – At AQI, It’s All About Planet, People And Prosperity

Feb 17, 2021 – For the quarterly Super Week at Aquatic Informatics ULC (AQI), people fly into the water-focused software company’s Vancouver headquarters from Australia and the United States to talk strategy for the following quarter. “We run a week of meetings, which sounds terrible, but people have learned to love it and depend on it,” explains president Ed Quilty. Read More

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Water Finance & Management Magazine – Crossing the Chasm from the Old to the New

January 2021 – Internal Change Agents Give Northern Territory the Edge on Insightful Water Data. Australia’s Northern Territory has around 250,000 people in two very distinct climate zones – the tropical climate in the North and the desert in the central region. Uluru is one of 27 nationalparks spread across several ecoregions, and there is an extensive series of water systems that arevital to this biodiversity. Read More

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Water World – Streamlining During the Pandemic – Is it Here to Stay?

November, 19 2020 – The pandemic has forced change on many business practices and the water industry is no exception, but how long with this change last? Read More

Municipal Sewer & Water – FOG Program Cuts Through the Fat

November 2020 – Seattle takes FOG program online, improving remote access and customer compliance. With more than 5,000 restaurants and food service establishments in Seattle, the city’s Fats, Oils and Grease program is vital to protecting community health and keeping sewers flowing. Preventing unlawful discharges from entering the system plays a big part in its mission. Read More

Environmental Science & Engineering – Software Helps Ensure Wwtp Compliance While Streamlining Reporting Requirements

October 2020  |  PAfter using a compliance management software, for several years, a newly developed environmental compliance module was released by the computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) that many departments within Sanitation District No. 1 (SD1) used for the scheduling and tracking of work. Read More

Treatment Plant Operator – Integrated Software Platform Streamlines Compliance and Protects Data Integrity

September 2020  |  Page 58 – Riverside (California) Public Utilities was using different platforms to manage data, including programs for water-quality management, one to centralize data sourced from other business systems including SCADA, a GIS and an asset management/work order system. While the technology was current, the data was still siloed and isolated. Read More

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Stormwater – Caring for Coral

August 2020 – Monitoring, analyzing, and sharing urban runoff data is the first step to reducing environmental impacts on the Great Barrier Reef. AQUARIUS gives Cairns Regional Council flexible, functional tools to make evidence-based decisions using automated up-to-date environmental data like nutrients, sediments, and flow to determine water quality. Read More

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Storm Water Solutions – Optimizing Data Intelligence Helps Orlando During Heavy Rain Events

June 5, 2020 – The city of Orlando Streets and Stormwater Division is responsible for maintaining and improving drainage facilities to prevent flooding and ensure all receiving water bodies meet state and federal water quality standards. As Orlando measured heavy rainfall events, the city’s Streets and Stormwater Division began to look for ways to turn its data into an actionable asset. They implemented AQUARIUS to manage their data and publish information to all stakeholders. Read More

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Water Finance & Management Magazine – Harnessing Data to Solve Global Water Challenges in Water Finance Management.

June 2020 – 4 Key Data Management Milestones to Ensure Water Sustainability. With the global populations expected to hit 8.5 billion in the next 10 years, the demand for water is rising inexorably. Many areas of the world are already facing water shortages or water that’s unsafe for human consumption. Aquatic Informatics enables water treatment plants to acquire, process, model and publish high-quality data and streamline compliance by sharing with stakeholders. Read More

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Treatment Plant Operators – Digital Monitoring With AQUARIUS Helps a Management District Ensure the Sustainable Use of Water

May 2020 – Water quality monitoring is an important function at the St. Johns River Water Management District, one of five water management districts in Florida. As an environmental regulatory agency, the district focuses on protecting natural resources and ensuring the sustainable use of water to benefit residents of the district and the state. AQUARIUS analytics software platform helps them enhance operational efficiencies while improving visibility into water-quality data. Read More

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BC Tech – Aquatic Informatics Named Finalist in BC Tech 2020 Technology Impact Awards

April 28, 2020 – “Purpose” theme of TIAs is particularly fitting given the tech community’s response to COVID-19. With British Columbia’s tech community uniting like never before amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the BC Tech Association (BC Tech) is especially proud to announce the finalists for the 2020 Technology Impact Awards (TIAs). Read More

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WaterWorld – SD1 Cleans Up Compliance in Kentucky with Linko

March, 2020 – For more than 70 years, Sanitation District No. 1 (SD1) has managed Northern Kentucky’s wastewater and stormwater and is committed to keeping the area’s rivers clean. Linko, a compliance management software by Aquatic Informatics, has helped SD1 stay in compliance while streamlining the utility’s reporting process.

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Mediacorp – Aquatic Informatics one of BC’s Top Employers for 2020

February 19, 2020 – BC employers are working harder than ever to attract and retain talented people in Canada’s most competitive labour market. The most innovative of these organizations were recognized today, as BC’s Top Employers for 2020 were announced by Mediacorp Canada Inc., organizers of the annual Canada’s Top 100 Employers competition.
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Business Wire – CIBC Innovation Banking Provides Water Data Management Software Provider, Aquatic Informatics, With $8 Million Growth Capital Financing to Support Expansion

January 21, 2020 – CIBC Innovation Banking is pleased to announce an $8 million debt financing with Aquatic Informatics Inc., a leader in water data management and analytics. The capital will be used by the company to support growth, including strategic acquisitions.
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BC Tech Blog – Spotlight on Aquatic Informatics Inc.

November 26, 2019 – Lightning Round with Ed Quilty: What excites you about your job? Our company purpose: to protect life with timely water information. It aligns with my personal mission of “4 billion / 2 million / 1 million”. That is, every year prevent 4 billion water related illnesses, save 2 million children from dying from unsafe water, and plant 1 million trees to slow climate change. It’s an ambitious goal and it will take more time, but we can do it. Read More

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Business in Vancouver – Aquatic Informatics Among 2019’s Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies in B.C.

August 20, 2019 – Business in Vancouver magazine has announced the Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies in B.C. in 2019. BC’s fastest-growing companies are growing twice as fast today as they were five years ago. Aquatic Informatics is proud to be among the Class of 2019. Read More

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Coastal Front with Andrew Johns – Episode 5: The Business of Clean Water with Ed Quilty

July 30, 2019 – Ed Quilty has been in the business of water for over 25 years. He started by cleaning fish poop out of tanks, and now owns Aquatic Informatics, a highly successful software company based in Vancouver which provides water management solutions to over 1,000 organizations across the globe. Listen to how Ed grew his business from its grassroots beginnings to having over 200 employees. Watch Now

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Path to Resilience – WEF Digital Water Walking Tours Highlight Aquatic Informatics & Other Leaders in the Water’s Smart Revolution

In October,, SWAN and WEF partnered to organize the successful WEFTEC 2018 Digital Water Walking Tours. During the tours, SWAN members and additional progressive solution providers offered a brief overview and answered questions on how smart and efficient technologies play an important role in driving resilience into the utility environment, including experts Aquatic Informatics. Read More

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Industry Interrupted | Podcast – The Resource Nobody Thinks About: Aquatic Informatics Leading Change In the Water Industry

Episode 2 – For most of us, accessing clean water is as easy as turning on the tap. But for those who live in underserved and isolated communities, that’s a luxury they can’t even fathom. And as our world increasingly feels the effects of climate change, we might find that our relationship with water will start to change too. What role can Canadian technology play in helping people around the world access clean water? Read More

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Business in Vancouver – Aquatic Informatics Selected as a Finalist for the BC Export Awards in Clean Technology

October 9, 2018 – Aquatic Informatics has been selected as a finalist for the BC Export Awards in the Clean Technology category by Business in VancouverRead More

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Golbalive – Water Testing: Ed Quilty on Automating the Management of Water Resources

May 9, 2018 – Ed Quilty, CEO of Aquatic Informatics, shares with Anthony Lacavera how the company is helping collect and manage data for infrastructure providers to deliver accurate water information in real-time. Ed explains the savings the technology can provide by automating the management of water resources. Watch Video

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April 3, 2018 – Ed Quilty, founder, president, and CEO of Aquatic Informatics, built his water data management company from a consultancy to the world’s largest in its specialized field. Read More

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Global Water Awards – Aquatic Informatics Shortlisted for Smart Water Company of the Year

March 20, 2018 – Aquatic Informatics has been shortlisted for this award which recognizes the company which made the greatest contribution to the advancement of digital technology in the water sector in 2017. Read More

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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 Aquatic Informatics’ 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

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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 – Aquatic Informatics Named in Top Four of the Fastest Growing 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 – Aquatic Informatics Announced as Finalist for 2016 Water’s Next Awards

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 – Aquatic Informatics Honored as one of BC’s Top 100 Tech Companies 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 – Aquatic Informatics Recognized as one of 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

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EBJ – Aquatic Informatics Wins EBJ Business Achievement & Information Technology Award

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