Asset Management Solutions & Insights for Utility Managers

  1. The Role Of IoT And Control Technologies In Water Filtration Systems
    1/10/2019

    With time, labor, and money at a premium, state-of-the-art controls on filtration equipment can ease the burden on operators while improving uptime and lowering costs.

  2. Getting Smart About America’s Potable Water Problem
    1/10/2019

    When it comes to fixing pipeline infrastructure, the pressure is on — but is it being measured? Intelligent pipe solutions provide flow and pressure data for improved service and water quality.

  3. Drones Flying Below Your Feet
    1/10/2019

    These robots aren’t taking jobs — they’re simply making the job of utility workers safer and easier.

  4. Beyond Binary: Data Tells A Compelling Story
    1/10/2019

    The big problem with Big Data has always been turning all that information into action. A recent survey reveals how far utilities have come and what might come next.

  5. Flood Cloud: How Cloud-Based Modeling Capabilities Can Help Boost Cities’ Resilience And Infrastructure Needs In The Face Of Climate Variability
    12/6/2018

    Combining technologies can deliver a detailed and robust understanding of flood risk.

  6. 5 Key Steps To Better Plastic Piping Designs
    12/5/2018

    Most people understand the inherent benefits of plastic piping — chemical resistance, installation speed, ease of assembly, cost efficiency, longevity in corrosive, harsh exterior or underground environments, etc. Not everyone, however, fully appreciates the nuances of plastic piping design that help to maximize those benefits most efficiently.

  7. What To Consider When Digitizing Water Management
    11/20/2018

    Identifying the correct pace for digitizing water management at the industrial plant has many managers ready to “pull the plug.” Most would agree that the digital transformation wave promises to provide significant efficiency to their operations. However, in the rush to compete with others along the new digital frontier, many vendors seem to be glossing over the plant managers’ legitimate concerns about data security, mixing new and legacy systems, and ongoing service and support.

  8. Engineering The Success Of Your Next Infrastructure Project
    11/19/2018

    Whether your water utility is challenged with increasingly stringent standards, implementing new technology, or coping with aging infrastructure replacement, new project implementation concerns can be daunting. Take advantage of proven practices from experienced water industry professionals to put your project on the right track with sound evaluation of engineering assistance for your project.

  9. Cybersecurity Importance On The Rise In Water Utility Operations
    10/18/2018

    As water utilities migrate toward remote system monitoring and real-time control, the risks associated with cybersecurity tick upward as well. While the rewards of digitalization offer real promise, the associated complexity and security concerns pose corresponding risks. That is why it is important to have an overall risk-management process for the organizational level, the business process level, and for the information system and data levels as well. 

  10. Lifecycle Management — Enhancing The ROI Of Control System Investments
    10/16/2018

    In water plant operations, there’s no such thing as simply maintaining the status quo. Any utility that is not moving forward is falling behind. Whether a water treatment or wastewater treatment plant (WTP/WWTP) chooses to rely on in-house resources or outside specialists, here are some lifecycle management approaches they can use to upgrade control capabilities without compromising performance or return on investment.