Aqulytics is a secure, closed and private platform that provides state-of-the-art data management solutions, with a long term vision to become the largest and most credible global freshwater resource in the world. We aspire to become the single most important source of information, analysis and strategic insight for businesses, governments and other interested parties.
Our Collaborative Monitoring Initiative is an open, community version of Aqulytics tailored to meet the needs of local communities in need of a centralized water quality management database.
Our start-up currently manages 1.5 million data entries for the whole of the extractive sector in Peru, with sources including data from the Ministry of Energy and Mines, the National Water Authority (ANA) and the Office for Environmental Supervision (OEFA).
Aqulytics is a secure platform that manages public and private data on the quality, quantity and use of freshwater sources, allowing companies to gather strategic insights and analysis on the state of water.
Our objective is to provide governments with an all-encompassing tool to monitor water sources and ensure businesses comply with national standards, while providing historic and national outlooks on water quantity and quality trends.
Universities & NGOs
Our collaborative platform allows the Academia, NGOs, Foundations and Communities, to input and store data on the quality of water, including physical, chemical, biological and organoleptic parameters.
WE TACKLE ONE OF THE MOST URGENT GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES
The World Bank reports that “Contaminated water is a root cause of death, disease, and disability across the world, with more than 2 billion people still using polluted water for domestic purposes and livelihood activities”.
Aqulytics helps governments and industry to monitor the quality of wastewater and discharges, and ensure that the presence of heavy metals, solvents, toxic sludge, and other wastes are within national and international environmental standards and thus safe for human consumption.
Our platform is tailored to meet the strictest water data management needs: We help our customers digitize, codify, and integrate their water monitoring records into a big data platform, making their data ready for deep analytics based on multi-variable and historic data. Our technological platform and custom-made algorithms allow our users to integrate supplementary information (health, soil, air, noise, etc.) for more comprehensive insights on how to mitigate and redress the impact of industrial discharges on people and ecosystems.
Our next steps
Aqulytics will expand to include more advanced algorithms and customizations tailored to the specific needs of our clients. We will include real time data and quantitative data from partners involved with creating monitoring hardware, while expanding to include data of other countries. Aqulytics will also grow into a research and development branch called “Aqulytics Labs” and in partnership with universities and research institutions, explore further possibilities for our data, while consolidating a tool with global information on the state of water.
Our long term vision is to become the largest and most credible global freshwater resource in the world, and a market reference for businesses and governments needing information, analysis and strategic insights to invest or expand projects that require data on the state of water.