WATR technician installing WATR Pro unit in a river

AI to stop water pollution before it happens

Today, our catchment and CSO water quality monitoring network for the Devon Biosphere has been featured on the BBC News website and on the national news.

Over the last five years we’ve been developing our products and services to monitor and improve water quality globally. We’re delighted that our floating and bankside real-time water quality monitoring products, in conjunction with AI, are being used successfully as a solution to monitor water quality from a number of CSO’s and catchments in the UK. The real-time and predictive data enables alerts and notifications to be triggered when incidents happen or are predicted to happen.

We are looking forward to working with our clients to expanding our coverage providing a solution that uses AI and our hardware.

For more information contact:

Glyn Cotton