How Machine Learning Supports Pipe Monitoring And Asset Management
Acoustic leak detection using IoT sensors is a cost-effective solution to detect emerging leaks in water distribution networks. The acoustic system identifies and pinpoints leakage events with high sensitivity, but it also detects non-leakage events which may overload the utility with data. In collaboration with the University of Waterloo, and supported by the Southern Ontario Water Consortium, an Echologics team used machine-learning techniques to narrow reported events to only the most relevant data visible to the water utility.
Improve Risk-Based Decisions And Increase ROI On Your Inspection Program
Advance your asset management with our new innovative solution, Info360 Asset. The future of accessible, collaborative, and innovative water asset management has arrived. From the field to the office, you want to make the most of your water data. And we’re going to show you how.
Creating Your LSL Inventory Doesn't Have To Be A Puzzle
As the water industry maneuvers the revised LCR, public water systems may be overwhelmed by gaps in data or lack of historical information needed to build a comprehensive lead service line inventory. Creating and validating inventory will act as the foundation of your compliance program and access to funding resources, so it’s important to get it right.
Webinar: Deep Dive Into Data Reveals Powerful Ozone Story
Join us for a look at how a deep dive into a wide range of data sets provided insight that has shaped Mazzei Injector’s municipal ozone strategy.
Need Reliable And Accurate Data From Field To Lab? Discover A Breakthrough In Portable Electrochemical Analysis
Hach understands that a lack of confidence in calibration, data management, and instrument usability can be challenging, time-consuming, and frustrating. In this webinar, we will introduce you to the HQ Series Portable Meter and how it can help optimize your processes. This rugged, portable meter spans industries with a simple, robust solution for any water professional who wants to perform electrochemical analysis with confidence.
Advantages And Disadvantages Of Available Options For Measuring Wastewater Flow In Partially Filled Pipes
A variety of devices can be used for measuring water or wastewater flow where pipes cannot be kept full. Examples include open channel flow (OCF) devices like flumes and weirs in combination with secondary level measurement devices and/or electromagnetic flow (EMF) meter options. Each has its pluses and minuses. However, new proven EMF technology can deliver higher accuracy and the best performance when sized for flow rates at levels above 25 percent filled pipe. It also offers a safer environment, simpler installation, and better measuring performance than other available options.
How To Combat PFAS With ALTRA Proven Solutions
This webinar explores how to select the optimal PFAS removal technology
Bringing Clarity To The Radar And Ultrasonic Level Technology Landscape
When it comes to level instrumentation, one technology definitely does not fit all. Assuming you can use the same level device to meet every measurement need is unlikely to yield optimal results for your processes – or your bottom line.
Watch The Webinar On Equinox® Stabilizer
Watch and learn how optimizing bio-control in paper & board production should be at the center of your water treatment program. Hosted by Lievin De Vriese, Business Development Manager at Sigura.
Bridging The Gap To Digital Transformation With Dynamic Digital Twins
You’ve heard digital transformation is the future, but is it your future? The fact is, only 8% of water utilities had advanced data management tools which unlock the benefits of cloud technology. For everyone else, the challenges of legacy systems, technology silos, fragmented information, and excessive implementation costs have put digital transformation projects out of reach. But that was the past.