A photo of Ed Quilty, President & CEO – Aquatic Informatics and Robert Mason, Acting Chief – US Geological Survey (USGS).

Ed Quilty, President & CEO - Aquatic Informatics and Robert Mason, Acting Chief - US Geological Survey (USGS) Office of Surface Water at the USGS National Data Conference in Portland, Oregon I’m writing this blog from the USGS National Data Conference in Portland, Oregon, where yesterday the USGS announced that AQUARIUS has been selected as the commercial replacement for the existing Automated Data Processing System (ADAPS),  the core software...

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“Annual data doesn’t help Saskatchewan or Winnipeg when there’s a flood event happening— we need to provide data to our customers instantaneously.” —AJ Leitch Policies that protect our water are borne, in part, of good water monitoring. The process generally involves visiting a monitoring site once or twice a year, collecting the data from the sensors, and returning to the lab to analyze it, generate a report,...

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Ed Quilty looking through a water glass.

September 23, 2011 - Article by Stephen Hui, web and technology editor for the Georgia Straight Edward Quilty is the founder, president, and CEO of Vancouver-based Aquatic Informatics. Edward Quilty says his Vancouver-based company is the “best in the world at determining how much water is in a river”. The 39-year-old West Vancouver resident is the founder, president, and CEO of Aquatic Informatics. Aquatic Informatics is the company...

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