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GE Digital is transforming how the water industry solves its toughest challenges. Our mission is to bring simplicity, speed and scale to Water and Wastewater, with software that helps them to better operate, analyze and optimize their processes. GE Digital’s product portfolio includes industry leading HMI/SCADA, industrial data management, analytics and mobility solutions to help water utilities put their industrial data to work.


As a Water and Wastewater professional, you may face many challenges.

The new iFIX 2023, part of the Proficy family from GE Digital, leverages the latest technology such as native HTML5 to help deliver faster time to insight and greater efficiency for your operations while speeding time-to-value for system integrators.

Drive smarter operator decisions with model-based high performance HMI for faster response and development.

Based on decades of research and development and part of the Proficy family from GE Digital, CIMPLICITY is the HMI/SCADA of choice for the world’s largest manufacturers and utilities.

Uniquely providing five analytics capabilities in one package, Proficy CSense has helped organizations around the world reduce costs by turning raw data into rapid business value. Engineers and data scientists can analyze, monitor, predict, simulate, and optimize and control setpoints in real time through Proficy CSense. Learn more in the Proficy CSense 8.5 brochure.

Proficy Historian from GE Digital is a best-in-class historian software solution that collects your industrial time-series and Alarms & Events (A&E) data needed to analyze asset and process performance, so you can drive greater business value.

The GE Digital Proficy Hub is a modern, centralized environment for rapidly building industrial applications for web-based intelligence. Check out the brochure for even more features and specifications.


  • Water and wastewater professionals are constantly facing the challenge of finding the right balance between availability, reliability, risk, and cost. How can they reduce cost without compromising availability? How can they mitigate risks while maintaining costs under control?

  • Learn how Cincinnati’s award-winning smart sewer system serves a population of 850,000 and treats an estimated 160 million gallons of wastewater a day. The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati prioritizes investments in technology to run the smartest sewer system in the world. This webinar will offer insights into how a data-driven approach can produce savings without investing heavily in gray or green capital expenditures.

  • Watch this AWWA webinar to see how water engineers can use self-serve analytics to solve their toughest challenges. Our hero of the show is a mid-sized water utility, that partnered with GE Digital to predict pump failure up to 16 days in advance, using Proficy CSense.

  • Join the Region of Waterloo to learn how they unlocked significant value from High Performance HMI, and bust myths that this standard is limited to applying grayscale to screens. Explore how High Performance HMI drove meaningful improvements across their organization including reducing training time for new operators, standardizing high-performance graphics across multiple divisions, and empowering operators with contextual information to act quickly, whether in the operations center or in the field.

  • Learn how the Baixada Santista Business Unit is using SCADA modernization and RDP protocol to improve efficiency and allow for faster response.

  • Realize continuous improvement with centralized visualization, contextual data analysis, and modern HMI/SCADA. Learn how today’s digital plant and its connected workforce accelerate and sustain continuous improvement to drive greater productivity and efficiency, lower cost of ownership, and increase profitability.


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  • Water utilities have no shortage of data – real time and historical. Learn how you can optimize your processes with analytics and turn raw data into real-time value with Digital Twin technology.

  • Traditional ways of operating in siloed departments are no longer sufficient. If you lack a single, current network view and cannot integrate it across the organization--everything you do becomes more expensive and time-consuming.

  • How can you address critical challenges in the world of water utilities while delivering the best return on investment to ratepayers or private sector investors? Chances are, you cannot easily raise water and sewer rates or purchase new equipment.

    The good news is the technology and solutions are here. They revolutionize what's possible for water and wastewater utilities.

  • The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati needed to increase existing sewer system efficiency to address a federal mandate to keep raw sewage mixed with stormwater out of waterways when it rains. Here's how they did it.

  • Welcome to the modern HMI/SCADA system—where machines, data, insights, and people are connected. See how GE Digital customers have improved operator response, adhered to regulations, and reduced costs.

  • The Regional Municipality of Waterloo’s Water Services department is working with GrayMatter, a GE Digital partner, to develop and implement an iFIX SCADA upgrade program designed to modernize the Region’s infrastructure and operating methods. In some cases, equipment manufacturers have phased out hardware or software. Other systems lacked industry-standard features or the ability to leverage best practices from industry standards bodies such as ISA. The Region pursued the project to maintain or improve regulatory compliance and provide water that meets the highest quality standards for its service area.

  • According to the American Water Works Association (AWWA), with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic impacting communities throughout the world, water professionals are working around the clock to ensure that safe, reliable water service continues to flow. But what if many of these essential employees now must work from home or only minimal crews are on-site at the plants?

  • If you’re a utility operator, then you’ve probably been working with the same HMI screens for over a decade. However, you now have the opportunity to update the entire SCADA system, including all the screens based on the ISA 101 and high performance HMI standards. Are you scared of change and being phased out?

  • Today’s plants face a multitude of challenges. With growing concern over the knowledge transfer as a generation of workers retire, there are also aging infrastructures, greater productivity challenges and tighter budgets to consider as profitability pressures rise. What’s more, with budget restrictions, resources for plant systems are often limited, making it difficult to carry out infrastructure modernization, expansion, and technology upgrades.

  • With an aging industrial infrastructure, it’s difficult to meet your daily challenges. As Part 1 of this series reflected, it’s time to tap into the Fountain of Youth and cost effectively modernize. To get started, here are 10 tips for modernizing your HMI/SCADA.

  • The human brain is remarkable. When we process visual information, our mind arranges what we are seeing for understanding, rather than offer a simple reflection of what is shown. However, our ability to do this breaks down when presented with imagery that is overly complex, uses too many different colors and provides no focal point or logical flow. 

  • Sabesp is the fourth largest water and wastewater company in the world, responsible for assisting more than 27 million people in 373 cities in the state of São Paulo, the richest Brazilian state. Baixada Santista Business Unit is responsible for the services at 9 cities in the south coast of the state of São Paulo, assisting 1.8 million residents and up to 4 million people including tourists during summer season.

  •  With so much money being spent on collecting data, why aren’t organizations better utilizing it?

  • When the Bloomington-Normal Southeast Wastewater Treatment Plant won a 2018 Plant of the Year award from the Illinois Association of Water Pollution Control Operators, team members were ecstatic. Randy Stein, executive director and sports fan, likened it to winning the “Stanley Cup of wastewater.” On its way to the award (in Group 1 for plants larger than 7.5 mgd), the plant racked up 12 consecutive Gold Peak Performance Awards from the National Association of Clean Water Agencies. 

  • Mekorot, Israel sought to reduce production costs through improved energy efficiency and tighter process control. They leveraged GE Digital's software and automation solutions to automatically monitor and control devices. 

  • Sanasa is the company responsible for water supply and sewage services in the municipality of Campinas in Brazil. Sanasa uses iFIX HMI/SCADA from GE Digital for supervisory control and works with GE Digital partner, Aquarius Software. For remote access, Sanasa employs iFIX in conjunction with Microsoft's remote access solution, Remote Desktop Services (RDS), formerly called Terminal Services (TS). This combination facilitated the use of the supervision system, from operators to system administrators.

  • Discover how technology supports the demand for data and drives the right actions to optimize utilities usage and provide significant energy savings.

  • Explore some factors to consider when trying to answer the question of whether to build or buy a software platform to support your company's growth – now and in the future.

  • For operators, a SCADA is their Decision Support system. If viewed that way, your SCADA should be the foundation of an efficient operation.

  • Learn how to improve operator efficiency and speed the right response with this 40-page HMI/SCADA guidebook for water and wastewater.