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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Congo River.

High quality data are accurate, timely, meaningful and complete. Fitness-for-purpose is achieved if the stated or implied needs, or expectations, of the end-user of the data are met. The design of a quality management system starts with specification of end-user needs and expectations. These expectations are inter-dependent. Consider the situational irony of the sign stating: “Our data are timely, affordable and accurate – pick any two out...

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