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Illinois Increases Water Supply Data Transparency with Communities
The state of Illinois has been collaborating with regional partners to develop a single source of truth for its water demands and available supply sin...
Illinois State Water Survey
ARPA Dashboard Tracks Budget and Spending in Syracuse's Priority Areas
The City of Syracuse received $123 million in ARPA funding and was looking to manage and implement the funding with a data-driven framework. The city ...
Zero Upfront Cost
Water Utility Centralizes Data to Speed Up Operations
Riverside Public Utilities (RPU) was using several software programs to manage their data, leaving it siloed and isolated. Using a new integration to...
Water Quality Administrator
Riverside County, CA
Riverside County streamlines stormwater compliance inspections & reporting and monitors fire impacts
Riverside County Flood Control & Water Conservation District aimed to recover time spent on QA requirements for MS4 reporting and maintain compliance ...
70 Thousand USD
Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District
Pierce County, WA
County improves watershed monitoring tools & reporting, engages community during population growth
Outdated database constrained the stormwater utility's ability to store growing amount of data and differing data formats, limiting both usage of wate...
227 Thousand USD
Harris County, TX
Harris County, TX initiates AI flow data collection to better forecast flood risk
From 2019 to 2020, Harris County Flood Control District deployed 54 Next Generation non-contact Radar Discharge Sensors into their existing Flood Warn...
Harris County Flood Control District, Houston Texas
Hawaii Centralizes data into ‘single source of truth’ to build trust between department branches
Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) wanted to improve their ability to leverage data from internal and external source systems to make data-dri...
5 Million USD
London, ON, Canada
Local districts across great lakes manage water quality & flooding risks in cost-effective co-op
Ontario law establishes 36 Conservation Authorities (CAs) to manage natural resources & environmental health on a per watershed basis. About 20 CAs ha...
24.7 Thousand USD
Coastal water district lessens the vulnerability of drinking water supply
Soquel Creek Water District aggregates and optimizes data workflow as saltwater intrusion threatens its potable water supply, state groundwater regula...
20 Thousand USD
Snohomish County, WA
Snohomish County 911 Communication Center used an Open Data Standard to make crime data public
Snohomish County emergency management used the SpotCrime Open Crime data Standard (SOCS) to streamline the release Computer-Aided Dispatch (CAD) and a...
Zero Upfront Cost