Enabling utilities to prevent main breaks and conserve water
Drinking water is a scarce resource, yet much of it is lost on the way to customers. The World Bank estimates that water leaks cost utilities up to $14 billion per year globally. In the U.S. alone, there are 240,000 main breaks per year. Utilities spend tens of billions on capital repairs, sometimes on the wrong pipes.
Voda.ai's vision is to enable water utilities worldwide to make more informed decisions.
Harvard educated with 10 years of experience in the water industry, AMI/AMR, SaaS product management, operations, and entrepreneurship.
George is a true visionary whose passion for perfection and belief that nothing is impossible is genuinely contagious. He is confident that artificial intelligence will help water utilities become proactive in their planning, conserve water, and save money in operations.
Harvard instructor and entrepreneur with experience and proven success using data science across industries.
Jim started four businesses, selling three of them, and served as the first Chief Information Officer for Harvard Medical School. He focuses on applying the same predictive analytic concepts to the water industry as he successfully did in his previously acquired medical technology organization.
Seasoned entrepreneur matched with extensive corporate utilities experience across sales, marketing, product management, and operations.
Dan has held Sr. leadership positions with some of water’s top organizations and recently lead a successfully acquired venture. He is committed to using cutting-edge engineering and business practices to stay tech-forward, while maintaining a strong customer focus.
Kosmas Karadimitriou, Ph.D.
VP, Data Science & A.I.
Veteran Data Scientist and Researcher with integrated A.I. leadership experience spanning international sectors for foundation, enterprise and startup entities.
Kosmas was a key leader in building three household name startups (KAYAK, ZoomInfo, CardScan) and a principal researcher in prestigious organizations such as NASA and M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. Holding 9 patents for innovative algorithms, Kosmas is skilled in cutting-edge A.I. techniques and determined to use them for the betterment of the world and the water industry.