What We Do 

The Internet of Water Coalition mobilizes cultural and behavioral change across individuals, agencies, and institutions to modernize water data infrastructure. Through this work, we aim to transform water data and information to enable sustainable, equitable, and resilient water management. 

What is Modern Water Data Infrastructure?

An integrated system of 21st-century information technologies, which includes common standards, formats, and tools designed to make water data easy to find, access, and share online. This system is connected by an organizational network of water data producers, users, and hubs. Water data hubs provide structured sources of standardized water data aggregated by theme or geography.

Our Top Priorities

The Internet of Water Coalition seeks to advance the transformation and modernization of water data infrastructure in the United States by developing affordable, open-source technologies for sharing and integrating water data, and demonstrate, through a national network of partners, the power of those technologies to improve sustainable, equitable, and resilient water outcomes.

Education and training

Technology adoption workshops and training for water sector public agencies

Tool Development

Data infrastructure and essential technologies  

 

Collaborative projects

Projects that solve water problems with integrated data and improved data management

IoW Hubs

A network of organized water data hubs across the United States

Peer Network

A network of water data producers, hubs, users, and stakeholders to advance the uptake and use of IoW technologies

Data Stories

Clear value propositions demonstrating how water data improves outcomes

Water data community

What is the water data community?

The Water Data Community includes water data producers, users, and decision-makers. Water data producers and users manage water data and create useful information and insights to inform and improve decision-making. Decision-makers leverage information and insights generated by water data users and producers to inform water policy and management. These stakeholders are involved in water resources management at government agencies, water and wastewater utilities, community organizations, policy-making institutions, and research institutions.

Internet of Water

Upcoming Events

Jun 04 4:00 pm

Discover how the NRCS has made accessing a wealth of air and water data simpler for the general public and developers. With the introduction of new RESTful API methods, in addition to tools like SOAP Webservice, Air, Water & Soil Plots, a Report Generator, and more, finding critical climate data is more streamlined than ever. We’ll cover the suite of products and tools the NRCS uses to support access to critical climate and water data.

All times U.S. ET unless otherwise noted.

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