Northumbrian Water Innovation Festival 2018

In early July, Dene Marshallsay joined an international group of leading water professionals at Northumbrian Water Group’s Innovation festival to discuss solutions to major social and environmental challenges facing the water industry. Dene participated in the ‘Every Drop Counts’ sprint, sponsored by The Big Bang Partnership and Waterwise, which looked at how and why we need to save water. With other European Countries using less water per person on average than the UK, the question was asked; ‘what can we all do to save water and protect this vital resource?’

The discussion fed into how we can deliver behaviour change at scale, be ambitious about achieving reductions in water use and create a catalyst for change. ‘Toilet Tuesday’ was proposed as an incentivised programme to help customers check for leaky loos, save water and save money.

The benefits of water smart metering

New research highlights the strong case for rolling out smart meters...

Artesia is hiring again!

We're looking for a data scientist to join our ever growing and dynamic team...

Artesia leads on applying social science research to water demand analysis

An innovative social science research project with the University of Manchester...

Water the way nature intended

Growing our understanding of gardening for greater water efficiency...

We are recruiting ...again!

Artesia looks to expand its team of water industry specialists...

Context is king

A single statistic often doesn't tell the whole story...

Give (water) data to data scientists!

Give (water) data to data scientists...

Collaborative study report on the impact of COVID-19 on water use published

Impact of COVID on water use...

We are recruiting!

We're looking for a friendly and motivated person to help organise us...

Delivering large data science projects remotely: lessons learnt

Doing data science working from home is challenging: here is what we have learnt...

Findings from the Artesia and University of Manchester research project are published

Study reveals how water use has changed in lockdown...

Artesia and University of Manchester to research water use in the Coronavirus lockdown

An innovative social science research project with the University of Manchester...

New report provides insights into what drives peak water demand

The exceptionally hot and dry summer of 2018 revealed some fascinating insights...

New Waterwise article! The effect of the coronavirus lockdown on water use

Data visualisation shows how major social changes (and weather) affect water use...

Artesia Consulting and i2O Water announce new Supply Interruption Detection Service: SIDS

Incorporating Artesia's eVader software as a module into iNet...

Artesia Consulting and i2O Water announce strategic partnership

Innovating together to help water companies reduce water loss...

Remembering Simon

A few brief words in memory of SGW...

Another article for Waterwise

Advances and challenges in forecasting water demand...

Coronavirus business update – 17 March 2020

Artesia continues to update plans in response to Covid-19...

Artesia’s first Waterwise newsletter article!

Reviewing long-term patterns in water use...

Artesia becomes a Waterwise affiliate!

An exciting new partnership between Artesia and Waterwise...

Rob's back at Westminster!

Appearing before the EFRA Select Committee...

A new approach in water resources modelling

Artesia's new approach to analysing demand...

Artesia's data science leads attend EARL conference

The 2018 Enterprise Applications of the R Language conference...

Artesia in the national news

Rob Lawson seems to be getting everywhere...

Northumbrian Water Innovation Festival 2018

Dene gets innovative in a big tent...

Evidence of our expertise

Rob gives evidence to select committee...

Announcing hAQUAthon 2018!

The second Artesia-Decision Lab hAQUAthon is on 27th & 28th Nov 2018...

Artesia celebrates 10 years in business

Artesia celebrates a decade of consultancy and data science services...