AQUARIUS users from around the world are joining global water leaders at the company’s annual user group meetings in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and Orlando, Florida, USA.
Vancouver, Canada, November 10, 2016 – Aquatic Informatics Inc., a global leader in providing innovative software for water data management and analysis, is generating excitement across the water monitoring industry with the recent release of AQUARIUS Samples and is showcasing the new solution to existing customers at the company’s annual user group meetings. AQUARIUS Insider 2016 includes two exclusive events held for Aquatic Informatics’ growing customer base of 500+ organizations. These meetings are bringing together the world’s most forward-thinking water leaders to discuss the latest water data management best practices, find new inspiring ideas from keynote addresses, attend training sessions, discover new products, and network with peers.
AQUARIUS Insider Melbourne 2016 was held October 20 to 21, 2016 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia preceding the annual 2016 Australian Hydrographers Association (AHA) Conference. The Aquatic Informatics executive team, product managers, and training specialists were joined by customer speakers Jochen Schmidt with the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA), Glenn Ellery with the Bay of Plenty Regional Council, and Jonathan Hodge with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), who shared their success stories. Day 2 of AQUARIUS Insider included separate training tracks for sensor data management using AQUARIUS Time-Series, data analytics and dissemination with AQUARIUS WebPortal, lab sample and field measurement management with AQUARIUS Samples, and an advanced rating curves development course. The post-meeting survey of AQUARIUS users revealed 100% satisfaction rates with the event.
Overall an excellent event! Exploring new solutions, learning how others are using AQUARIUS to achieve great outcomes, and networking with the community made AQUARIUS Insider 2016 a highly valuable affair.
– AQUARIUS Insider 2016, Melbourne
AQUARIUS Insider Orlando 2016 will be hosted from November 17 to 18, 2016 in Orlando, Florida, USA in conjunction with the 2016 AWRA Annual Water Resources Conference. The exciting line-up of customer guest speakers includes Lance Phillips with the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, Seth Makepeace with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, Rob Sheridan with the Orange County Government, and both Chad Furl and Matthew Schwarz with the Edwards Aquifer Authority.
The AQUARIUS Insider user group meetings are designed to facilitate industry discussions, feature content designed for water leaders by water leaders, and offer in-depth AQUARIUS training sessions. Staying abreast of industry practices and transformational technologies will ensure that today’s leaders can generate the timely, accurate, defensible water information required to ensure the sustainable management of limited water resources around the world. AQUARIUS customers looking to register for AQUARIUS Insider 2016 are invited to contact email@example.com.
AQUARIUS Samples streamlines the production and management of environmental lab and field sample data, saving time while increasing the quality of final data. All discrete water, air, soil, biological, and tissue data are securely stored and validated online for rapid analysis and visualization – so users can make better decisions anytime, anywhere. Environmental professionals looking to better manage growing volumes of grab sample data are invited to watch a 3-minute video. AQUARIUS Samples is the newest solution being offered as part of the AQUARIUS platform – the world’s leading software suite to acquire, process, model, and publish water data.
About Aquatic Informatics Inc.
Aquatic Informatics™ provides software solutions that address critical water data management and analysis challenges for the rapidly growing environmental monitoring industry. Aquatic Informatics is focused on providing solutions to a range of different customer groups including federal, state/provincial or local government departments, hydropower operators, mining companies, academic groups and consulting organizations who collect, manage, and process large volumes of water quality or quantity data.