KETOS Joins 100+ Accelerator to Drive Innovation in the Water Industry

KETOS, a leading digital water technology company, has been selected as one of the newest participants in AB InBev’s renowned 100+ Accelerator. KETOS is among 46 sustainability-focused startups chosen from over 1,700 submissions, and the organization stands out for its groundbreaking solutions that promise to revolutionize water stewardship, data-driven reporting, and infrastructure protection.

About AB InBev’s 100+ Accelerator

The 100+ Accelerator, known for its focus on solving for the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), has attracted a diverse cohort of passionate entrepreneurs dedicated to addressing the world’s most pressing sustainability challenges. This collaborative venture is driven by the belief that a sustainable business is an innovative business, and with the inclusion of partners like The Coca-Cola Company, Colgate-Palmolive, and Unilever, the program continues to expand its global reach and accelerate the development of new technologies and innovations.

KETOS: A Unique Water Management Solution

KETOS’ inclusion in this prestigious program is a testament to the company’s ongoing ability to drive innovation in the water industry. It does this on multiple fronts, including:

$0-CAPEX Model

By leveraging cutting-edge digital solutions, KETOS’ interoperable device offers a $0-CAPEX approach, allowing businesses to reduce upfront costs significantly. This approach ensures that water-intensive enterprises can access state-of-the-art technology without the burden of heavy investments, making sustainable practices more achievable for all.

Leveraging Data

One of KETOS’ key strengths lies in its data-gathering capabilities, enabling better reporting and real-time decision-making. Businesses can obtain comprehensive and accurate water quality data through advanced sensors and monitoring devices. These crucial insights empower companies to respond swiftly to changing water composition and conditions, ensuring water safety and efficiency.

Data is essential in digital transformation initiatives, and KETOS facilitates a unique opportunity for businesses to learn from historical Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and refine their best practices continuously. Leveraging AI and machine learning and armed with a wealth of data, companies can optimize or reduce their water usage, identify areas for improvement, and make informed decisions that drive sustainable growth.

Cost Reduction for Water Management

Over time, KETOS has the power to reduce overall water management spending. KETOS’ innovative SHIELD technology contributes to reducing chemical usage and protecting vital water infrastructure. By providing real-time insights into water quality and distribution networks, minimizing excessive chemical treatments. Companies can also better anticipate sediment buildup and environmental factors to refine maintenance cadence. As a result, businesses can reduce downtime and embrace eco-friendly practices that safeguard precious water resources while preserving their infrastructure for the long term.

Monitor for 30+ Parameters Froom One Device

Central to KETOS’ offering is monitoring more than 30 parameters with a single device. This centralized approach simplifies water management and gives businesses comprehensive insights into their water systems. With increased visibility and control, companies can optimize operations and respond swiftly to potential issues, ensuring a seamless and sustainable water management process.

KETOS Joins the Accelerator’s Fourth Cohort

As KETOS joins the 100+ Accelerator’s fourth cohort, it marks another milestone in the water industry’s digital transformation journey. Through this collaboration, KETOS aims to refine its offerings further, expand its global reach, and forge strong partnerships with corporations committed to sustainability and innovation. Learn more about the Accelerator here.

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