This article was originally published in the Financial Post by Denise Deveau

In the wake of urbanization, climate change and industrialization, big data is driving new ways to resolve old issues in water management. Using sensors to collect data in the field isn’t new, but the amount of data, and the speed and frequency of which it is available, as well as the ability to integrate it all together, is providing a breeding ground for regional, national and even global innovation.

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