Case Study

Monitor And Control Critical Water Infrastructure In Real-Time

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Situated on the southeast edge of Sylvan Lake, a 15-kilometre-long (9.3 mi) lake, the town of Sylvan Lake in Alberta, Canada is home to nearly 15,000 citizens and attracts more than 1.5 million tourists from around Alberta each year. The town, which is roughly 9 square miles in size, has 19 field stations that comprise its core water infrastructure operations; seven water stations and 12 wastewater pumping stations. Half of the town sits at lake level. As a result, wastewater must be pumped from lower elevations to higher elevations. Water reservoirs require continuous monitoring to ensure chemical injections stay in check and the water supply is safe. As the town and demand has grown, so has the need to automate this critical infrastructure and to upgrade the communications network.

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