Working with Government Organisations

Remote continuous freshwater monitoring has the potential to revolutionize water quality management for those charged with protecting freshwater. By utilizing advanced technology, we can now monitor water quality in real-time, gather accurate and reliable data, and allow intelligent use of time and resource.

Traditionally, compliance with water quality regulations has been a challenging process to enforce. It involved manual sampling and testing of water samples, which could take days or even weeks to complete. With remote continuous freshwater monitoring, this process is simplified and made more efficient. Data is collected automatically and can be accessed in real-time, allowing for quicker and more effective decision-making.

By utilizing remote continuous freshwater monitoring, we can gather more comprehensive data on water quality, demonstrate compliance with regulations, and monitor progress over time. This data can be used to identify areas for improvement, make informed decisions, and ensure that water resources  are being managed sustainably.

Working with Government Organisations
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Improving New Zealand Freshwater Management

Improving New Zealand Freshwater Management

Government organisations, local councils, and water management businesses are all facing similar issues regarding the improvement and management of New Zealand’s freshwater quality. Real-time insight, like remotely tracking, sampling and monitoring nutrients and contamination, can help protect fresh and saltwater supply quality.

National organisations, regional councils and water providers are responsible for monitoring, measuring and managing water quality in Aotearoa.

With only 8% of our rivers and 5% of our lakes monitored, sampled on average once a month, there’s limited information about whether our water is safe to drink, fish from, and swim and how water quality aligns with water standards.

We can't act on what we don't know, and we can't protect what we can't see.

The Next Generation of Water Quality Monitoring

RiverWatch is the next generation of water quality monitoring. The Waka device has the latest remote sensing IoT technology, delivering real-time data to the RiverWatch cloud platform.

Our water health algorithms have been developed by water quality scientists, providing real-time data interpretation directly to a desktop or mobile device alongside delivery of the raw data.

The Next Generation of Water Quality Monitoring

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