News | October 31, 2016

Aquarius Spectrum Is Named In The 2016 Global Cleantech 100 Ones To Watch List

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List Recognizes Up-and-Coming Private Companies in Clean Technology

Aquarius Spectrum, a leading provider of cloud technology solutions for monitoring municipal water distribution networks and leak detection, today announced it was named in the 2016 Global Cleantech 100 Ones to Watch list, produced by Cleantech Group (CTG).

The GCT100 Ones to Watch list seeks to highlight a group of up and companies that are catching the eye of leading investors and corporates in the market. The companies made the top 250 in this year’s Global Cleantech 100 program and carry pockets of strong support among the GCT100’s expert panel, albeit they did not have quite enough market support to make the 8th edition of the Global Cleantech 100 list itself (which will be published on January 23, 2017). As such, these companies represent this year’s Ones to Watch.

“The Global Cleantech 100 program is our annual in-depth research exercise to identify the innovation companies leading players in the market are most excited by right now”, said Richard Youngman, CEO, CTG, “By the nature of the list, the Ones to Watch truly represent the next cadre of exciting disruptive companies.”

"Aquarius Spectrum is developing rapidly gaining a growing interest in the global water market. The company's innovative solutions enable monitoring and control of the water infrastructure for water utilities while significantly reducing their water loss which in some places in the world reaches 30-50% of the intended water for consumption", said Mr. Oded Fruchtman - CEO, Aquarius Spectrum.

This year, a record number of nominations for the annual Global Cleantech 100 list were received: 9,900 distinct companies from 77 countries. These companies were weighted and scored to create a short list of 325 companies, with these nominees reviewed by Cleantech Group’s Expert Panel. The Ones to Watch list, a sister list to the annual Global Cleantech 100 list is created from the top 250 of the shortlist. To qualify for either list, companies must be independent, for-profit, cleantech companies that are not listed on any major stock exchange.

  • The complete list of the Global Cleantech 100 Ones to Watch list was revealed on October 27, 2016. See the full list at https://i3connect.com/gct100/watch
  • The complete list of Global Cleantech expert panel members is available at https://i3connect.com/gct100/panelist

About Cleantech Group
Founded in 2002, the mission of Cleantech Group (CTG) is to accelerate sustainable innovation. Our subscriptions, events and programs are all designed to help corporates, investors, and all players in the innovation ecosystem discover and connect with the key companies, trends, and people in the market. Our coverage is global, spans the entire clean technology theme and is relevant to the future of all industries.

The company is headquartered in San Francisco, with a growing international presence in London. Our parent company, Enovation Partners, one of Consulting Magazine‘s 7 to Watch, is based in Chicago For more information, visit www.enovationpartners.com.

About Aquarius Spectrum
Aquarius Spectrum is a world leader in acoustic leak detection and pipe monitoring technology. The company specializes in cloud technology solutions for monitoring municipal water distribution networks and detection of underground leaks from the earliest stages of their development using both fix and mobile acoustic sensors.

AQS-SYS is a fixed leak detection system that executes daily monitoring of the municipal water network and iQuarius is a revolutionary mobile leak detection device that is based on an innovative vibration sensor coupled with a sophisticated software connected to smartphones.

Aquarius-Spectrum's solution can monitor an entire water distribution network and provide a complete up-to-date GIS picture of every point of failure, enabling clients and end users to view leak locations on GIS maps via sophisticated and user friendly web interface.

To date, more than 3,000 sensors are monitoring over 2,000km (1200 miles) of water pipes daily – in Israel and USA.

Aquarius-Spectrum was established in 2009 as part of the Kinrot technology incubator and is currently a subsidiary of Hutchison Water, a division of CK Hutchison Holdings Limited.

For more information, visit www.aquarius-spectrum.com.

SOURCE: Aquarius Spectrum