Connecting Water Data to Improve Outcomes

When it comes to water, critical decisions are made every day, regardless of data availability. But what if we could harness more data to make better informed decisions? This is our end goal. The Internet of Water seeks to fundamentally change how we manage water by improving access to more water data for real-time decision-making.

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Connecting Water Data to Improve Outcomes

When it comes to water, critical decisions are made every day, regardless of data availability. But what if we could harness more data to make better informed decisions? This is our end goal. The Internet of Water seeks to fundamentally change how we manage water by improving access to more water data for real-time decision-making.

What is the Internet of Water?

The Internet of Water is about sharing and integrating water data that are used to inform decision-making and improve outcomes for sustainability. We envision a dynamic, interconnected network where water data are readily discoverable, easily accessible, of known quality, and are put to use to inform decisions that transform how we manage our water resources.

The Internet of Water Revisited

Diverse, informative conversations from water data stakeholders are the topic of the latest Aspen Institute – IoW report: Internet of Water Revisited. Learn about recent round table events discussing current water data activities, and the needs and expectations of different communities and sectors from California, the Great Lakes region, the Midwest, Texas, and the Colorado River Basin.  Get the report released this month!