Data and analytics key to ensuring water quality

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In an interview, Meena Sankaran, founder and CEO of water intelligence vendor Ketos, discusses water safety and how data can help monitor water quality and prevent problems.

Safe water depends on analytics.

Without strong water quality data, the drinking water people consume every day, the water used to fuel the agriculture industry and the water industrial organizations use in their everyday operations could all be unsafe.

To ensure the safety of all that water, real-time data is necessary.

Water quality needs to be constantly monitored for changes, and data collected in the field must be transmitted for cleansing and preparation before the data is visualized so users can make decisions based on the data.


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