PyTerra provides analytical and business services to organisations and communities which need to resolve complex water and waste water issues.
PyTerra has developed an innovative approach to creating collaboration networks which allow multiple stakeholders to work together.
PyTerra applies innovative trading mechanisms and market structures in order to support the development of distributed upstream infrastructure solutions.
PyTerra Ltd – David Arscott (Managing Director)
David has over 30 years of experience of advising organisations on how to make better use of their assets. He has also developed and patented innovative technologies, licensing their use in the UK and USA. David continues to innovate, e.g. working with partners on algorithms for optimising freshwater networks and machine learning for flood prediction.
PyTerra Ltd – David Seall (Board Advisor)
David is an experienced Director, Advisor and Chartered Engineer. He was the Regional Chairman of the Institute of Directors for the South East of England and a Member of the national IoD Council. Previously, he was Chief Executive of the Engineering Employers Federation for London and the South East (EEF South) for over 10 years, working with hundreds of technology based companies.
WSP is an international civil engineering consultancy. It specialises in providing hydrological and water quality modelling together with analysis of the potential of upstream services.
Dr Kostas Eftaxias
Jonathan Fisher Environmental Economics
Jonathan is a freelance environmental economist with more than 40 years experience of delivering practical applied economic analyses of environmental matters, including water and flood risk management and ecosystems services. Up until 2014, he was economics manager at the Environment Agency where he was responsible for economic analysis and advice on water and flood risk management in England.
Dr Jonathan Fisher
The team has an extensive network of consultants, technologists and academics.
Use of smart technology on natural flood management projects
Water: creating solutions through local markets
Flooding: Local Markets Local Solutions
PES in the Network Society – The Water Report, April 2017 Issue
Water and Democracy – The Water Report, September 2016 Issue
Water As A Service – The Water Report, July-August 2015 Issue
Delivering Water Security for All During Shale Gas Production
Assessing the Viability of Machine Learning to Automate the Storage and Release of Floodwater
- 6/3/18 – Ecobuild 2018, ‘The viability of machine learning to automate the storage and release of floodwater’, London
- 19/10/17 – Payments for Ecosystem Services (Forests for Water), ‘Developing a Catchment Water Quality Trading Platform’ with Dr Jonathan Fisher, Croatia (Skype)
- 13/6/17 – Water and Onshore Oil and Gas: Two Years On, ‘Delivering Water Security for All During Shale Gas Production’, London
- 18/2/16 – Environmental Sensing for Sustainable Development, ‘Real-time Sensing in the Optimisation of Produced Water Management’, London
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