RedEye, one of the fastest growing tech companies in Australia, has announced that it has teamed up with US water technologies organisation WaterStart in a strategic partnership. The announcement comes as a result of a trade mission conducted by the Nevada Government in Queensland at the back end of last year, and it has already seen the innovative Australian business set up its new North American headquarters in the State of Nevada.
The strategic partnership has also seen the launch of two projects, in the shape of the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) and the Las Vegas Valley Water District (LVVWD), which will allow the integration of the RedEye DMS technology solution into the engineering and operation systems.
The whole aim of this partnership is for the non-profit organisation WaterStart to incorporate the use of these innovative technologies into the water utility systems in Nevada, and we can see that this is already being put into place!
Wayne Gerard, the co-founder and CEO of RedEye, has commented, “This partnership with WaterStart is an exciting step for RedEye. We’re providing a solution to a problem that SNWA and LVVWD have been searching for globally for two and a half years. We look forward to scaling up our business in the US market following their adoption of our platform.”
Dave Johnson, the SNWA Deputy General Manager, added, “Water infrastructure management is essential to ensuring safe and reliable water delivery. With approximately 200,000 sets of engineering and construction plans, detailing nearly every inch of our valley’s 6,500 miles of water transmission and delivery pipelines as well as reservoirs, pumping stations and treatment plants, introducing technological solutions such as RedEye is expected to provide our engineers and field crews ready-access to the engineering records they utilise daily.”
Early signs suggest that this will prove to be a mutually beneficial partnership both for RedEye and WaterStart, so we shall have to monitor how this progresses in the future!