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s::can Opens 6th Subsidiary and Wins a New ‘Data as a Service’ Project in Mexico

Feb 13 2018 Read 708 Times

s::can have announced the opening of s::can Mexico. With the new subsidiary in Puebla, s::can is developing the Mexican market and will steer its activities in the Latin American region. s::can Mexico is the 6th subsidiary, joining the USA, China, India, France and Spain. In addition, s::can has offices in Portugal, Italy and Germany, and more than 40 global sales partners. The innovative company is approaching its 10,000th system sold, which underlines the claim of being technology and market leaders in online water quality monitoring.

s::can is the first company in the water industry which not only offers water quality monitoring equipment, but also "Data as a Service" (DaaS). This new service is showcased both in the Ganges river monitoring network project in India and now this new one in Mexico, where s::can owns and runs 12 monitoring stations at the Atoyac River. The data provided by s::can will be used by the government of the state of Puebla (SDRSOT) for the detection and tracking of toxic industrial discharges into the river.

The s::can film team joined the researchers of the CIIEMAD IPN (Instituto Politécnico Nacional) to prepare and document this project.(Watch the video here https://vimeo.com/230751671 )

s::can is happy to be part of this extremely important initiative to improve the water quality of this heavily polluted river system and therefore the lives of the local people.

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