Data as a Service with Intelligent Water Systems (IWS)

Data as a Service with Intelligent Water Systems (IWS)

On July 15th, KETOS partner Dramm Corporation, presented a webinar on the topic of “ The Future of Real-time Water Quality Monitoring” In this presentation, KETOS CEO Meena Sankaran discussed what the future holds for monitoring and the benefits for the agriculture market.

Through real-time water quality testing, producers can efficiently increase crop yield and quality by measuring key water parameters such as Nitrates, Boron, Arsenic etc..that are important to the agriculture industry. Autonomous monitoring also allows for samples to be taken and analyzed remotely without additional labor and guess estimates on material costs.