ASSET MANAGEMENT RESOURCES
6 Reasons To Prioritize IoT In The Water Sector
Water, being the most essential resource, is the foremost priority of several consumers and needs to be preserved at all costs. Also, water management is the key issue in the present scenario. The communication technology system for water control often faces interoperability issues due to the lack of monitory support. Such issues directly impact various processes like water consumption, distribution, equipment maintenance, system identification, etc.
Evansville Uses Real-Time Decision Support System To Cut CSO Volume By 100 Million Gallons And Reduce Capital Needed For Regulatory Compliance
Evansville is located on the north bank of the Ohio River in southwest Indiana. The City’s sewer system, parts of which are more than 100 years old, serves a population of 163,000, with combined sewers making up almost 40 percent of the total sewer area.
Ignoring Country’s Water, Wastewater Infrastructure Needs Laced With Peril
Water and wastewater systems are critical components of sustainability for communities throughout America. However, most of the country’s water infrastructure is either at, or very near, the end of its useful life. At a time when funding is scarce and public officials are distracted with other critical issues, something must be done. There’s no way to ignore or postpone the upgrades, repairs, and modernizations that are vital to our health and safety. Although these projects may not appeal to some contracting firms, numerous multimillion-dollar water projects are being announced daily.
Big Remodeling Job At Gross Reservoir
Next time you grumble about a big home maintenance project — say, changing out the gutters on your house — just remember it could be tougher. So much tougher.
The Devil Is In The Detail: The Role Of Digital Twins In The Water Sector Digitization of water is not just a buzzword. It is already starting to have real financial and operational impacts in the water sector. But what is digital water, and what does it practically mean for water utilities and other water stakeholders?
Managing Water Loss In Four Easy Steps
A practical approach to detecting leaks and reducing non-revenue water.
Water utilities are charged with an incredibly important task – providing safe and affordable water to communities in the face of aging infrastructure, funding gaps, and changing regulatory requirements. Specifically, when considering water loss control, leakage, and operational inefficiencies, costs may appear to be unaffordable.
Top Three Water System Inefficiencies You Can Address Today With Better Insights From Your Data
As utilities continue to innovate and pursue the digitalization of water distribution and wastewater systems, new water tech can lead the way in addressing operational inefficiencies.
From Good To Great Asset Management At Fairfax County
Fairfax County, Virginia is made up of over 400 square miles of land and water area and is home to approximately 1.2 million residents.
5 Things Before Persuing Op Analytics
The foundation of a successful implementation of operational analytics is to set a purpose first. Without a clear problem identified, process changes, development, and technology investments are made at the risk of being under-utilized.
Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion (MIC) Monitoring Techniques
Corrosion has been identified as one of the major economic issues that governments and companies will face moving forward in the 21st century. Infrastructure is so ubiquitous in our society that we can take its security and safety for granted. While the most common occurrence of microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) is in oil and gas-associated transportation and storage systems, MIC is also relevant for the industrial and municipal sectors, including water and wastewater systems.