OpenIDEO Recognizes AQUAOSO in the Water Resilience Challenge

AQUAOSO, a water management and trading platform that helps customers identify, manage, buy and sell water rights, has received recognition for its mission to build a resilient water future through technologies. The company was selected as a Top 10 Idea in the Water Resilience Challenge by OpenIDEO, an organization tackling global issues.

“We are honored to be one of the top 10 ideas in OpenIDEO’s 2017 Water Resilience Challenge. By increasing the transparency and unification of disparate data sources and devices, we will begin to more accurately account for our water and where it is being used,” says Christopher Peacock, CEO/founder of AQUAOSO. “Due to this selection I was asked to showcase AQUAOSO at Sustainatopia.”

AQUAOSO combines knowledge of water markets with IoT technologies and big data to reimagine how we manage, trade and view water resources. AQUAOSO helps customers identify, manage, buy and sell water rights while reducing risk, building resiliency and encouraging conservation. AQUAOSO enables smart water markets and watersheds around the globe.

“We selected AQUAOSO since it addresses our challenge of how we apply new technologies to make agriculture and water systems resilient in the face of climate threats,” says Chris Krohn, challenge manager at OpenIDEO. “AQUAOSO’s platform helps buyers, sellers and communities make decisions through market intelligence.”

Mr. Peacock is a sought after water expert and speaker. He was recently appointed as a Smart Water Advisor for an international research group. He also was recently interviewed for the recently released publication, “Water – An Impact Investment Primer for Family Offices and Foundations,” a joint project of The ImPact and CREO.

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