How Smart Water Tech Startups Help Smart Cities Manage Their H2O?
According to the World Health Organization, one in three people don’t get clean drinking water. Many US cities are at risk of not having access to safe water in the near future. Smart tech comes to our rescue. Let’s take a look at these eleven companies that are creating IoT solutions to manage their water more efficiently. Banyan Water uses its analytics engine to receive insight into usage trends, issues, and costs.
HP employed their Banyan’s Irrigation Insight solution to juggle irrigation water management from three different sources.
Smart Energy Water is another startup that makes use of machine learning to optimize water usage and energy operations. Emagin, recently acquired by Innovyze, is a Canadian startup whose AI-based platform optimized water management, focusing on pulp and paper, food and beverage, and utilities.
FlowWorks, on the other hand, offers a comprehensive range of service with environmental monitoring capabilities, predictive analysis, weather forecasts, and more. Fathom is a Phoenix-based company that uses IoT in connection with Global Water Resources to manage water efficiently. OptiRTC works with smart stormwater control while Saltworks Technologies deals with desalination of shale oil fields and AirBreather identifies contaminated water and helps store safe water.
Other companies working to save and manage water include Swedish-based Aqua Robur, New York-based Ayyeka, Denver-based SWIIM System, and San Francisco-based WISRAN. With smart tech and our careful handling of this precious resource, we can perhaps save water after all.
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