Wellntel is thrilled to have made Fast Company’s 2017 list of top innovators. The project looks for stand-out projects in each of the 50 states. Wellntel proudly represents Wisconsin. Read more about the honor, and other recipients, here. https://www.fastcompany.com/40401141/announcing-the-united-states-of-innovation-2017
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Farm Journal’s Chris Bennett has written a terrific piece about how groundwater information — specifically, insights about the supply side — benefits farmers. Traditionally, a technician must measure water levels using special equipment and then seal the well after taking a reading. That data is soon out of date. However, Wellntel is designed to tell… Read more »
Wellntel CTO Nick Hayes speaks with Cat Shrier from WaterCitizen while at Weftec 2014. Part of Cat’s Blue Carpet series of interviews.
U-C Berkeley researchers, tapping Wellntel aggregated data for groundwater models, are experiencing the power of rich data – what some call “ground-truth” – in assessing the condition and future of the resource. Here’s an except from a recent article about Wellntel’s collaboration with UCB scientists in California Magazine. Excerpt: “The current problem, the [U-C Berkeley] researchers… Read more »
Sue Luft, Wellntel pilot program participant and founder of Pro Water Equity, and Nick Hayes, CTO of Wellntel, were interviewed by the KPIX 6 o’clock news about the importance of groundwater information to people who depend on private wells, like homeowners, ranchers, farmers and growers. Read more about Wellntel’s Paso Robles Pilot program here.
Wellntel was recently featured at the investor and tech website Xconomy. Reporter Jeff Engel did a terrific job interviewing, reporting and writing about Wellntel’s innovations and plans. Read it here.
CEO Marian Singer visits with Angela Godwin from WaterWorld Magazine about how Wellntel can help smaller water utilities better understand groundwater. Click on the image or the link above to view.
Gigaom has run a feature article about Wellntel by Ucilia Wang, a freelance reporter who writes about renewables for the Wall Street Journal, Forbes and many others. Ucilia did an exceptional job of understanding what we are doing and the impact we’re having. The article, and some good pictures, is here: http://gigaom.com/2014/05/02/this-startup-is-using-sound-waves-to-help-manage-ground-water/.