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9 Breakthrough Technologies Transforming the Water-Tech Industry

By Eric Van Rees - 16th October 2019 - 06:29

Nine powerful start-ups will spotlight the latest innovations in water-tech, including real-time analytics, machine learning, AI, biotechnology, water infrastructure financing, wastewater treatment, industrial sludge management and data modelling at World Water-Tech North America (Los Angeles, October 29-30).

From the highly anticipated Technology Showcase sessions to the TechHub networking area, the summit offers early-mid-stage start-ups the opportunity to pitch their technology to 250+ senior water-tech leaders, including investors, technology integrators, engineering companies, utilities and industrial end-users seeking fresh ideas and potential collaborations with agile tech innovators.

Featured start-ups at World Water-Tech North America:

120WaterAudit‘s (USA) water program management platform includes cloud software and kits that transform how public water systems, facilities and government agencies manage their water programs that protect public health.

Aqaix (USA) cloud platform revolutionizes water infrastructure financing using data and advanced technologies such as AI and blockchain smart contracts.

Aquagga is B-Corp developing a cost-effective wet-waste treatment solution capable of cleaning and desalinating a variety of industrial effluents.

Forward Water Technologies (Canada) offers new, efficient, low cost ways to clean and recycle heavily contaminated industrial wastewater, reducing treatment costs by more than 40%.

FREDsense (Canada) is a world leader in portable and rapid instrumentation systems for the water industry.

GeoEnvironment Technologies (USA) is revolutionizing municipal and industrial sludge management using its patented slurry injection process, which provides cost and performance advantages over current alternatives.

Maia Analytica (Canada) software company provides real-time analytical tools to assist the next generation of wastewater treatment operators with proactive decision making.

Rezatec (UK) applies satellite data, artificial intelligence and data modelling to solve some of the biggest challenges facing the water industry.

Water Harvesting Inc (WHI) was formed in the summer of 2018 to commercialize atmospheric water harvesting systems based on MOFs (metal organic frameworks).

www.worldwatertechnorthamerica.com

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