StormHarvester Concept developed in response to Queensland Floods. Prototypes developed and tested with Queens University.
Urbanisation, climate change and population growth are putting huge strain on our water supply and drainage systems.
This is resulting in increased threats of flooding and pollution.
StormHarvester’s AI drainage solution is solving these problems, predicting and preventing issues before they even happen.
Soon, we will look back and wonder how we ever managed our infrastructure without the benefits of data analysis and proactive decision-making.
Partnership signed with the UK’s largest rainwater harvesting supplier Stormsaver and Europe’s first weather forecast control systems installed.
StormHarvester is trialled and adopted by some leading Water Utilities.
Partnering with Wavin and working with Water Utilities across Europe, StormHarvester continues to grow.
The ‘eureka moment’ for the StormHarvester concept was in 2012 when Brian, our CEO, was working as a civil engineer in Australia. He realised that if the rainwater tanks were emptied before a storm, there would be enough storage capacity to lessen the flooding in the area that happened every year.
After working with Queen’s University Belfast for over three years, he developed an automated water management software platform in 2016.
From then on, the business has seen massive growth. StormHarvester now has partners in over 20 countries. StormHarvester’s unique machine learning algorithm is being used by wastewater utilities right across the UK to predict sewer blockages and detect anomalies in sewer flows and levels. This plays a major role in preventing sewer pollutions and flooding, which is key driver for wastewater utility companies today.