At Cetaqua, we use artificial intelligence to estimate available water resources — conventional and alternative — water demand — agricultural, urban and industrial — and the impacts — environmental, economic and social — of different water allocation scenarios in a situation of high water stress.
We have integrated new data science technologies (artificial intelligence) and automatic processing of satellite images (remote sensing). Furthermore, we advocate for managed aquifer recharge as a high-value measure to improve the quantitative and chemical status of groundwater bodies.
We take part in R&D&I projects aimed at achieving transformative outcomes. These are some of them:
Study of glacial input for the Maipo river basin.
Integrated model aggregator platform for managing quality data and the status of surface water bodies.
Water management in the Mediterranean area for sustainable agriculture.
Computer Vision techniques for sewage treatment plants.
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