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Kritsnam: Making Water Monitoring Seamless with New Technologies

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Intro: ‘As new technologies are evolving at a fast pace, the government should handhold industries with necessary technical support in the form of guidelines to support industries in tracking their water usage and reducing their water footprint,’ highlights Vinay Chataraju, Co-founder & Head- Business Development, Kritsnam Technologies in an interview with Souvik Goswami.

How Kritsnam aspires to make an impact in the water sector in India?

Kritsnam is developing reliable and smart water monitoring devices by leveraging state-of-the-art technologies.

The company’s mission is to support the custodians of water by seamlessly integrating IoT with data analytic tools for applications in river/irrigation management, drinking water supply and industrial water usage in both surface and groundwater.

List out some of the innovations leveraged by your organization.

  • Smart radar water level device – Vajra, for real-time tracking water level in rivers, reservoirs, canals, lakes, ponds and tanks.
  • Smart ultrasonic water meter – Dhaara, for real-time tracking of pipe water flow in drinking water supply, ground water extraction and industrial processes
  • Data access at fingertips on online dashboards, SMS, WhatsApp
  • Platform for online continuous water auditing in industries and water conservation projects

How government & industry can join hands together for efficient usage of groundwater?

Industries should move towards adopting the latest technologies for efficient use of water resources internally. There has to be a strong realization that groundwater is not an unlimited resource and has to be treated preciously.

As new technologies are evolving at a fast pace, the government should handhold industries with necessary technical support in the form of guidelines to support industries in tracking their water usage and reducing their water footprint. Reduction in water usage doesn’t happen overnight, necessary steps have to be taken to reduce the water usage organically.

Vision of Kritsnam.

Our vision is to raise the collective consciousness of our society towards sustainable usage of fresh water resources.

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