Watersensing (the winner of the Water Innovation Award 2015) brings real time water quality data to the public domain.
The latest technologies are used to facilitate the collection, visualisation and analysis of water quality data in a participatory way.
Water quality (salinity, fluoride, nitrate, iron etc.) is analysed on location by the public using smartphones, transferred through the GSM network to a cloud database and instantaneously visualised in online dashboards. Participatory data collection results in improved water management, safer drinking water and more crop per drop.