Millenium Water Alliance, Virridy, and the University of Colorado Boulder Partner to Drive Improved Water Security Through Climate Finance 

Partnership Focused on Ensuring Reliable Water Sources for Communities Facing Climate Change with Carbon Credit Revenue BOULDER, CO — August 23, 2022 — Virridy, dedicated to improving the management of environmental resources through technology, today announced a partnership with the Millennium Water Alliance and the University of Colorado Boulder to ensure that people facing the…

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Virridy Raises Series A Funding to Accelerate Development and Adoption of IoT Sensors, Analytics for Environmental Markets

BOULDER, CO — June 8, 2022 — Virridy, dedicated to improving the management of environmental resources through technology, today announced it has closed $5.5 million in Series A funding to accelerate the development and adoption of its satellite-connected sensors for managing water, energy, and agricultural resources. The round was led by Accord Capital, with participation…

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A continuous, in-situ, near-time fluorescence sensor coupled with a machine learning model for detection of fecal contamination risk in drinking water

Published in Water Research, June 2022 We designed and validated a sensitive, continuous, in-situ, remotely reporting tryptophan-like fluorescence sensor and coupled it with a machine learning model to predict high-risk fecal contamination in water (10 colony forming units (CFU)/100mL E. coli). We characterized the sensor’s response to multiple fluorescence interferents with benchtop analysis. The sensor’s…

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Virridy partners with Kenyan government, NASA, USAID, Millennium Water Alliance, CU Boulder to strengthen water security

Millions of people living in the drought prone Horn of Africa face persistent threat from a lack of safe, reliable and affordable water year-round. The arid regions of Kenya are experiencing increasing frequency and severity of drought conditions. Virridy’s satellite connected sensors are monitoring millions of people’s water supplies in the region on a daily…

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Virridy to develop soil carbon sensors and models

We are developing an entirely new sensor-based approach to the monitoring of soil carbon changes. The current state of the science, products and market relies on expensive and unreliable field measurements that are difficult to scale and/or modeling approaches that are partially to wholly abstracted from real-world changes in field conditions. Our new soil carbon…

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