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May 25th, 2017
Rezatec Wins Award for ‘Most Innovative Technology’ in the Big Water Pitch at Utility Week Live Event

Harwell, Oxfordshire, 25th May, 2017. Rezatec has been selected as winner of the ‘Most Innovative Technology’ at Isle Utilities’ Big Water Pitch at Utility Week Live, NEC, Birmingham, UK. Rezatec specialises in advanced geospatial satellite data analysis and derived water industry intelligence products.

COO of Rezatec, Philip Briscoe, says; “Our satellite-derived data products provide valuable business insights for water utilities to help decrease costs and enable proactive asset management and catchment management. Our products are being used by half of all UK water companies and starting to gain traction in North America and Australia.”

Rezatec is attending Utility Week Live alongside other emerging technologies in the Water Innovation Zone hosted by water industry technology consultants, Isle Utilities.

Ben Tam of Isle Utilities stated; “The ‘Big Water Pitch’ showcased 5 diverse technologies that have potential impact the water sector. Congratulations to Rezatec, the winners for 2017! They proved to the expert judging panel that geospatial data analysed through their intelligent software has a multitude of applications and these deserve attention by utilities to inform and drive improvement in the way they operate.”

Rezatec are in a period of growth and expansion into international markets and currently provide satellite data intelligence products to the Water, Forestry, Agriculture and Infrastructure industries. The award-winning data products include catchment management decision support tools such as Peatland Integrity Index, Water Quality Risk and Agricultural Land Use monitoring. And asset management products such as Critical Asset Monitoring, Vegetation Encroachment Monitoring, Pipeline Leakage Detection and Pipeline Risk Index.