Provider of innovative technology-based solutions for water quality data storing and analyzing. Organizations involved in integrated watershed management often struggle with getting reliable assessment and control of water quality in the drainage basin, as the classical approach to water quality data management is ill-suited to meeting urban planning, scientific research and resources monitoring needs. In response to this challenge, Watershed Monitoring developed a variety of innovative solutions to water stakeholders.
Watershed Monitoring intends to provide to stakeholders involved in integrated watershed management innovative solutions to address water quality data storing and analyzing challenges, and to optimize and support knowledge acquisition for water resources management, urban planning or scientific purposes.
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Watershed Monitoring’s approach aims to ensure traceability of collected data and to generate reliable, consistent, comparable and verifiable information and knowledge that are crucial to take action in water resources protection.
Team of experts Sonja Behmel
Holder of a master’s degree in Geography and working on a doctoral project, Sonja Behmel has been involved in the management and the spatiotemporal analysis of water quality data for many years. Her previous professional experience includes working on the conceptualization, designing and implementation of a water quality database in an urban/rural planning context, and participating in the development of an interactive geographic visualization tool for water quality information. Building on that expertise, she founded, together with academic and business partners, Watershed Monitoring to contribute her ideas, energy and expertise to the water community.
Holder of a master’s degree in physical Geography, including a geomatics specialization, has over 13 years of expertise in areas related to the collection, management, analysis and dissemination of spatiotemporal data for water management and urban or rural planning. He is particularly interested in data mining using geostatistics and artificial intelligence techniques. He is also interested by using collaborative geomatics in decision making models. Among his previous positions, Mr. Dandjinou has occupied academic positions in research and development and has been a computer consultant (architect and analyst) in IT and in geoinformatics.
Rüdiger Behmel is CEO and owner of two successful businesses in Germany in the field of software development and marketing of niche products.
Christian Saraïlis is a member of Quebec Bar since 2005 and founding partner of Sarailis Avocats. Also trained in business administration and political sciences, Mr. Saraïlis’ main expertise fields are business law, international business law and commercial litigation. Moreover, being a trade-mark agent, he also specialises in intellectual property law. His experience and knowledge acquired through past activities allow Mr. Saraïlis to accompany and advise business managers and owners.