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MANAGE THE WORLD'S WATER THROUGH BLOCKCHAIN AND AI

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THE WORLD'S MOST ABUNDANT RESOURCE IS ALSO THE SCARCEST.

Water. It's the fundamental building block of life. Not only does it make up most of the human form—up to 60 percent of an adult human body—it also covers 71 percent of the Earth’s surface. Every living organism on our planet depends on water for life. But even though it's the most plentiful resource on Earth, only a tiny amount—less than 1 percent—is usable.

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Platform

Blockchain Water Platform is a comprehensive integrated real time water management platform. Blockchain Water Platform uses Artificial Intelligence (AI), specifically Machine Learning, to model and assess the risk condition of drinking water distribution mains, sewer and stormwater collection systems. The platform has four distinct modules (drinking water, wastewater, stormwater, and groundwater) to effectively plan and manage different water systems within a watershed. 

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drinking water module

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stormwater
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wastewater
module

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groundwater
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Features

  • Design, Model, and Manage Drinking Water, Sewer, and Stormwater Systems

  • IOT Integration and Real Time Modeling

  • Full GIS Support

  • Water Quality Modeling

  • AI/Machine Learning Driven Asset Management

  • Data Analytics/Decision Support

  • Watershed Modeling

  • Open Source Engine

 
 

PRICING

 
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BASIC $250/User/Month

Ideal for Small Cities

  • Powerful GIS engine for US EPA SWMM5 and EPANET2 capabilities

  • Smart GUI tools that streamline model creation, optimization, analysis, and visualization

  • Asset Management AI/Machine Learning Algorithm for drinking water, sewer, and stormwater systems

  • Maximum of 1000 nodes

  • Industry-leading technical support

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PROFESSIONAL $500/User/Month

Ideal for Medium Cities

Includes all Basic features PLUS

  • Maximum of 2500 nodes

  • Industry-leading technical support

 
 
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ENTERPRISE $1000/User/Month Plus

$100/Month for Additional User

Ideal for large organizations that 
require multiple users

Includes all Professional features PLUS

  • Cost-effective solution for large user groups

  • Unlimited model size and complexity

  • Includes online license manager for easy user-management

 
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project TEAM

Elango Thevar, MBA, P.E, CFM
CEO & Founder

Raj Mani
Co-Founder, CTO

Matthew Downs
Software Engineer

Abby Bender
Content and Community Manager

ADVISORS

Franklin Tallah
PCI Compliance Lead, Verizon

Mike Brummett
Founder, Sensory A.I.

Troy Wilson
Entreprenuer and IPFS Consultant

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Project Timeline

2018

PHASE 1

  • Research Blockchain Technology
  • Research Golem Network
  • Research IOTA Data Platform
  • Research IPFS Technology
  • Release Website and Whitepaper
  • Create Clickable Prototype

2019

PHASE 1 continued

  • Release Web Graphical User Interface
  • Integrate GIS functionalities
  • Release 1D Drinking Water Module
  • Release 1D Wastewater Module
  • Release 1D Stormwater Module
  • Release Minimum Viable Product (MVP)
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Why Blockchain

A watershed is the land area that water flows on its way to a stream or lake or ocean. Watersheds are extremely complex and dynamic entities which are constantly undergoing change. All parts of a watershed are interconnected and any changes in watershed affects water quality and water quantity.

Each watershed has unique code called Hydrologic Unit Code. HUC is hierarchical system of watershed boundary developed by USGS. Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) of United Nations has created watershed boundary for the entire world. Majority of the countris also took initiative to accurately map its basins using most upto date topographic information. For example, in the United States, the smallest boundary, HUC 12, is approximately 40 square miles and entire country's area is subdivided into approximately 90,000 HUC 12 units.

There are several stakeholders within the watershed with competing interest for this limited resource. By using Blockchain, we can bring all the stakeholders in to single framework. This increases trust and immutable distributed database model. With the recent development in blockchain technology, every stakeholder in the watershed can update and maintain one real time watershed model.

Ethereum blockchain is used to securely store location of the final calibrated models. Final calibrated models are encrypted and stored in the respective USGS Hydrologic Unit Code (HUC) 12 watershed folder using Inter Planetory File Protocol (IPFS).

The location of these models (hash) are then published on the Ethereum blockchain using smart contract. By doing so, each stakholder in the watershed have continue access to real time model (as long as they have permission to access this location). Each update to this final models are securly tracked and published by Blockchain Water Team.

ETHEREUM PLATFORM

IPFS PROTOCOL

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