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Tag Archives: water technology
Dawna Urlakis Joins Team Wellntel as Director of Business Development
Wellntel is thrilled to announce that Dawna Urlakis, an expert in sales and market development for technology companies, has joined the team as Director of Business Development.
Wellntel Welcomes Claire Ricketts!
With a background in math, music and data science, and an affinity for organization and creativity, Claire develops new and innovative capabilities for Wellntel’s Analytics Dashboard.
Build public websites with WaterDrop Groups and Bookmarks while hiding private details
Using AD and WaterDrop Groups and BookMarks, Curators can hide Personally Identifiable Information while sharing vital real-time water information from private collection locations on Public-Facing Websites.
Grapes need water, vineyards need water facts
“Wellntel saves a bunch of labor not having to drive around to these wells and monitor them and record the results by hand”, said Rex Williams of St. Francis Winery and Vineyards.
Specifically, Williams keeps a close watch on the Wellntel dashboard as they fill up an irrigation pond to know exactly what the well can produce, without overtaxing the system. Through this data, he was able to create an efficient system –– all while monitoring the well remotely through Wellntel.
Wellntel Launches WaterDrop BookMark
Wellntel’s WaterDrop BookMark creates an easily navigable platform to share live publicly available as well as private (opted-in) data to create dynamic water dashboards and public-facing websites.
Village Plans Sustainable Growth
“We were only looking at snapshots 3 or 4 times a year, which doesn’t tell the full story of your water table. We have readings every day with Wellntel.” Jim Healy – Village of Richfield Administrator
Starting Now: Anyone can share local water facts
WaterDropTM BookMark enables anyone to share local facts about water.
Balancing Water Accounts
Water resources are changing more quickly than ever, in response to climate change, population growth and density, and industrialization. Ubiquitous water monitoring that includes real-time supply, demand and balance as its vital metrics and triggers is the key to managing water sustainably.
Tackling Uncertainty with Data Science
The uncertainty (or veracity) of that specific data and information is important to the confidence in the management decisions being made – decisions that affect communities, businesses, farmers and the natural environment