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Our solution, Aquacero is an intelligent water meter which is equipped with an ultrasonic flow sensor, a temperature sensor and pressure sensor. It has an inbuilt Actuator and a long lasting battery pack. Aquacero sends data to the cloud via a collector using home wifi or mobile network.
It is a digital intelligent water management system capable of managing the following features remotely via mobile app and cloud analytics
• Detecting and preventing water leaks
• Detecting and preventing frozen pipes anywhere in your home or office.
• Allowing users to manage water consumption within their homes by measuring and providing smart water flow reports.
Enorasy has patented and developed ocean wave energy converters, characterized by DOE as "unique". Enorasy will "unlock" ocean power and provide lower than grid-parity electricity to desalination plants, thus dramatically transforming the ocean water desalination industry.
I've worked on the invention of a water pump that can operate without supervision, electrical energy, human-powered mechanical energy (such as a hand crank system), or a high-velocity water stream (such as a ram pump). This pump can really improve the lives of those in need in developing nations by improving water accessibility.
We are working in development of a silver nanoparticles filtration systems, is a social business model idea, that it will be to implemented in poor communities in Colombia. In this way, we intend to improve people’s quality of life.
Specialist on GIS and Remote Sensing technologies, environmental science, climate change, agricultural and soil science with certificates on applications of GIS and Remote Sensing technologies training courses and joined master degree on environmental science at Wageningen University (Netherlands) and Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Melioration (Uzbekistan), which focused on environmental system analysis and applying GIS and Remote Sensing technologies in environmental issues and spatial data analyses as well as issues concerning climate change studies. My research interests are applying GIS and Remote Sensing techniques for decision making process such as natural resources management, environmental and climate change adaptation strategies for sustainable development of land and water resource management. Currently I am employed as consultant on GIS and Remote Sensing technologies at the International Water Management Institute (Central Asia Office).
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