Our water infrastructure is aging and deteriorating at a rapid pace.
We save water.
We save cities.
Watchtower is your eye in the sky helping you save money. Our proprietary robot scouts your pipes to find leaks before they become a big problem. It works in all pipe materials, detects leaks as small as 1 gallon per min and as accurately as 1 ft - all while mapping pipe networks in 3 dimensions.
Tyler Mantel, CEO and Co-Founder of Watchtower Robotics, explains what soft robotics is and how the company is leveraging technology to eliminate water waste.
Two inventors have come up with radically different approaches to try to solve the widespread problem of aging water infrastructure
Following trials earlier this year, Severn Trent is working with US-based Watchtower Robotics on creating and trialling a UK-specific leak-finding robot in the company's pipes.
Imagine H2O Announces Six Finalists for the 2019 Urban Water Challenge. The Challenge’s Founding Partners committed $500,000 in cash awards and pilot funding to validate and scale the winning solutions with fast-growing cities globally.
A 28-year-old MIT graduate has created a leak-detecting robot that could eliminate some of the 2 trillion gallons of wasted drinking water annually
Robots help humans save water as climate change makes every drop count. Startups are investing in robots that can help detect pipe leaks and monitor ocean data.
Techstars Sustainability Accelerator: 10 Start-Ups Driving Innovation For The Planet
Recognized alongside five other Biomimicry Launchpad startups onstage Tuesday in Minneapolis, Watchtower Robotics won the $100,000 Ray of Hope prize from the Ray C. Anderson Foundation