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The Water Intelligence System That Turns Water Risk into Resiliency

The all-in-one solution to understanding water risk and opportunity at the broad or local level to help you address concerns today and create a water resilient tomorrow.

Water Intelligence System Benefits

   The Data You Need in One Place 

Global, national, regional, and local water data is aggregated and constantly updated through APIs to provide the most comprehensive, near real time water database anywhere in the world 

Insights for Your
Specific Needs 

Complex water data is instantly transformed into easy-to-understand scores and visualizations while versatile capabilities including data layering, location specific data, and scenario analysis ensure you get the customized insights for you need 

Easy, Efficient,

Continuous data aggregation, normalization, organization, and simplification, combined with easy-to-use tools, dashboards, and analytics creates a fast, efficient workflow that integrates into any system and increases productivity 

Time and Cost

A smooth, streamlined Water Intelligence process saves significant time, resources, and money, while increasing productivity 

Anytime Personal
System Support

Customer Success Managers train new customers on how to maximize Water Intelligence system capabilities. Beyond customized training, Success Managers are available anytime for questions and additional assistance.

One Water Intelligence System Makes it Easy

Understanding Broad Scale Water Risk and Opportunity

Leaders with responsibility across value chains or geographies need to understand water issues enterprise wide to prioritize and address challenges and develop a comprehensive water resiliency strategy for their organizations.

Physical asset risk across a supply chain

Climate change related flooding, sea level rise, drought, and the like can threaten physical assets essential to operational continuity.

Risk creep across a value chain

Changes to the hydrologic cycle are creating changes to weather patterns and water resources across the globe. Understanding where and how those changes are affecting supply chains, operations, infrastructure, or assets over time is crucial to sustain operational and economic viability.  

Portfolio investment decisions

Holistic understanding of water risk across a financial portfolio is vital to maintain longterm value and helps investors identify opportunities for secure investments.

Increasing regulatory requirements

As regulatory reporting demands increase, companies need reliable water insights to support mandatory and voluntary reporting needs across a value chain and drive sustainability efforts.

Understanding Specific Local Water Risk and Opportunity

Local leaders need deeper understanding of watershed or site-specific challenges to formulate effective water resiliency strategies for their communities, operations and watersheds.

Protecting watershed health

Deep understanding of watershed dynamics such as water flows, drought status, flooding, pollution sources, aquifer recharge, and contaminants are critical to help leaders create strategies to maintain or improve watershed health.

Managing shared water resources

Water is the world’s most critical, life sustaining, and shared resource. Leaders need a decision support system that makes accessing water data easy, with clear insights visualized and sharable for communication across an organization, community or stakeholder groups.

Site management and selection

Water quality and quantity issues may impact viability of potential or existing infrastructure, building, or recreational sites. Understanding these issues is essential for operational and economic success.  

Operational vulnerability

Businesses and communities depend on safe, sufficient water resources to thrive. But water quality and quantity change over time making it necessary access to accurate, up to date water data to stay ahead of climate impacts and ensure operational longevity. 

Understanding Future Water Risk and Opportunity

The climate crisis is dramatically changing the hydrologic cycle, altering water quantity, quantity, and seasonality. Leaders need to understand how the changing water cycle will impact their companies, organizations, portfolios, and communities in the future to determine how best to prepare for a new climate reality.

Changing water quantity

Leaders need to understand how the water resources they rely on will change in coming decades to help them create strategies to adjust to shifting water precipitation patterns. 

Changing water quality

Drought, floods, hurricanes and other climate change impacts affect water quality which affects the drinking and surface water communities and businesses rely on. Leaders need to understand and prepare for these changes today to ensure a sustainable future for their organizations tomorrow. 

Land changes over time

Severe climate change impacts are changing the flow and shape of the rivers, streams, and estuaries the natural and built environment rely on. Community leaders and infrastructure managers need to understand these changes to protect overall watershed health and ensure communities can adapt essential infrastructure in advance of these changes.  

Nature Based Solution (NBS) adoption

Nature Based Solutions support environmental and human adaptation to climate change in the healthiest, most resilient and cost effective way possible. Community and business leaders need deeper understanding of which and where NBS solutions will be most effective to implement the most appropriate solutions for their specific needs. 

Mobile tool for on site use

The ability to see and use existing data plus upload and manage your own data on site gives scientists, engineers, and local decision makers flexibility, mobility and an effective communication tool when working across an organization or stakeholder groups.


Access to True Elements’ Water Intelligence system via tablet allows users to implement, manage, and collaborate on projects anytime, anywhere. 

Enhanced Analytics

True Elements’ extensive data layers can be added to private data to create more complete understanding, analysis and forecasting for deeper insights into watershed challenges. 

Data sharing as desired

Quickly and easily share your uploaded data across your organization or partners to enhance communication and collaboration for collective action. Note: Private data is kept private unless directed otherwise by the customer. 

Access to EPA’s Water Quality Exchange

For US based data, True Elements supports reporting and electronic upload to EPA’s Water Quality Exchange at customer direction. 

Easy, Customizable Data Management

Water Intelligence solutions are easily customized to your specific areas of geographic interest and concerns.

Public / Private Data Blending

All products allow you to easily add your own data to True Elements’ Water Intelligence Platform to deepen understanding and gain additional insights. Note: Private data is kept private unless directed otherwise by the customer.

One System Makes it Simple

True Elements’ Water Intelligence System puts everything in one place so you can manage your data and projects quickly and easily. System access puts the products you select, data sets, Project Dashboards and workflow at your fingertips to increase efficiency and productivity and support your specific Water Intelligence needs.

Flexible Solutions and Tools

Solutions work separately for specific needs or together to provide more holistic Water Intelligence.

Options for Every Situation

True Elements’ solutions can be accessed through subscription, enterprise agreements, custom agreements, one-time upload for a specific water quality forecast or report, or unlimited subscription access.

A State-of-the-Art System
You Can Trust


Reliable, versatile platform performance and secure data integration, analysis, and forecasting you can trust.

Assured Data Privacy

Personally Identifiable Information (PII), personalized workflows, and reports are kept private unless specified otherwise by customer written agreement.

Growing Global Data Repository

Continuous addition of global, national, and regional data from trusted sources ensures Water Intelligence is as current and reliable as possible. Data are continuously updated via API wherever possible.

React Based Web/Flask Application

Best-in-class JavaScript library supports fast, scalable, flexible, and portable applications.

Enterprise Grade Authentication

KeyCloak supports user identity, federation, strong authentication, user management, fine-grained authorization, and more for complete data security and access control.

Multi-Cloud Disaster Recovery Architecture

Google, AWS, and Microsoft Azure provide resource and storage redundancy with multi-cloud integration and deployment for data recovery.

Data Download Capability

APIs built using Python and deployed with API Gateways allow access to True Elements’ Water Intelligence system worldwide.

Data Upload Capability

Private sensor or sample data added to the Water Intelligence system may also be uploaded to the EPA’s Water Quality Exchange at customer discretion.

Frequently Asked Questions

What data sources do you use?

In the US, True Elements brings hundreds of data sources from over 25 federal agencies together such as EPA discharge and permit holder reports, USGS and USDA live sensor data, NASA, and NOAA, plus state drinking water consumer confidence reports and lab data to create as complete a national watershed picture as currently possible. On a global basis, data sources such as Microsoft Planetary Computer, Google Earth Engine, World Resource Institute’s Aqueduct, World Wildlife Fund’s Water Risk Filter, and the United Nations’ GEMStat support water quality and quantity assessment across asset portfolios and supply chains. We are continuously bringing more data into the True Elements system via global, national, state, regional and local data sources.

Is the data dynamic?

Yes. Data are continuously updated via API with data sources, wherever possible. Additionally, new data sets from trusted sources worldwide are constantly being added to True Elements’ Water Intelligence system. True Elements’ Machine Learning AI produces ever sharpening insights as new or updated data is added to the system and scoring and analysis are continuously tested and refined. 

Can I incorporate my own data into the platform?

Yes. True Elements can easily blend private data into its existing comprehensive public data sets to enhance insight into specific locations and issues. True Elements is data type agnostic; able to bring any type of data such as satellite, GIS, or CSV file into the platform for analysis and visualization. Secure firewalls protect private data as necessary according to customer needs. Note that private data is kept private unless directed otherwise by written agreement with the customer.

How are you applying artificial intelligence (AI) in your solutions?

True Elements’ sophisticated scientific and AI capabilities aggregate, process, and normalize public, private, or blended data sets, creating a multi-layer digital twin that reflects water data as well as hydrologic, weather, topographical and other factors that impact water flow, quality, and quantity.

These capabilities allow accurate assessment of current water conditions and forecasts of water quality and quantity risk, physical asset risk, and risk of potential disruption due to extreme water events.

AI tracks and adjusts analyses and forecasting based on comparisons of predictions to real time data as well as new data sources added to True Elements’ Water Intelligence system. Continuous machine learning ensures that Water Intelligence is ever sharpening and reliable.

What is Water Intelligence?

Water Intelligence is a unique combination of state-of-the-art technology, scientific analysis and AI capabilities that continuously aggregates, synthesizes, and transforms expansive amounts of complex water data into easily understandable, increasingly precise analyses and forecasts via scores and visualizations.

These analyses and forecasts produce deep, clear insights that help decision makers better understand water resources and make fully informed decisions about how to manage and optimize those resources.


How can I access True Elements’ Water Intelligence solutions?

True Elements’ Water Intelligence solutions are available via SaaS subscription. Solutions are avaialble through AWS Marketplace, Microsoft Azure and Google. Solutions may also purchased via True Elements directly here.

What geography do you cover?

Due to access to high volumes of public data, True Elements’ capabilities are currently strongest in the US (including Alaska and Hawaii). Data capture and analysis is increasing rapidly on a global basis. As customer needs dictate, new data sets can be sourced for any location and incorporated into True Elements’ system within approximately two weeks.

Do you have a team to help me learn to use the True Elements system and someone to call when I have questions?

Customers are guided by an assigned True Elements Customer Success Manager for help with onboarding the Water Intelligence system and learning how to maximize its capabilities. Customer Success Manager office hours are provided for in-depth discussions and or tutorials. Assistance is available anytime between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. EST Monday through Friday for questions and technical support. Customized hours for international customers are available as necessary.

Do you own any water sensors and or will you put sensors in where none exist?

True Elements’ unique capabilities transform massive amounts of water data from a myriad of sources into clear, concise insights and visualizations to help customers make informed decisions to address their current and future water related challenges.

We do not own or install water sensors, however, we can direct you to organizations who can potentially assist you with those needs.