SCADA & AUTOMATION RESOURCES
Achieving Water Authority Compliance With Automated Wastewater Treatment
Automated wastewater treatment systems help manufacturers remain in compliance with EPA and local standards, while significantly reducing the cost of treatment, labor, and disposal.
Efficiently Treating Wastewater And Increasing Opportunities For Your Systems
Analytics and automation offer a pathway to time, labor, and energy savings while improving regulatory compliance, resiliency, and emergency response.
The Drive Towards Digital Transformation
It seems that everywhere that you go in the water industry at the current time, somebody is talking about digital transformation…or if we go back five minutes, it was Water 4.0…and 10 minutes ago (it seems), it was “smart water.” These are all very well used buzzwords that the industry is destined to think about for a short-term and then promptly forget about. In reality, though, we as an industry have been hit by a number of different concepts for a number of different technological aspects for a good number of years now. For almost as long we have had a term for all of this — “widgets.”
A Practical Approach To Using IoT Devices To Support Legacy SCADA Field Systems In The Transition To Internet-Based Industrial Automation Systems
In the world of industrial automation, the talk is centered around “industrial internet of things” (IIoT). With buzzwords like “Industry 4.0”, “IoT”, “digital twin”, “cloud computing”, “artificial intelligence”, “machine learning”, and “deep learning”, it is difficult for automation engineers and business managers to determine how to implement these new technologies.
What Are The Benefits Of The Digital Twin For Water?
A Digital Twin is a virtual replica of a physical asset that is updated in real-time via a two-way data connection and, as such, representative of its live characteristics.
Computational Fluid Dynamics Hits Its Stride For Water, Wastewater, And Stormwater Treatment
It took some time for computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to find its way to the water industry, but now that it has, a primer is warranted to understand its application.
Seizing The Digital Opportunity For Water
The journey toward intelligent water can be expedited with eight key steps — a guideline for gliding through the Digital Water Adoption Curve.
Denver Water Enhances Operations And Water Quality Studies With Live Modeling
Denver Water serves 1.4 million people in the city of Denver and the surrounding suburbs. It is the largest — and oldest — water utility in the state of Colorado and its service area covers more than 335 square miles.
How To Approach Cybersecurity With Confidence
As digitalization continues to grow in the water and wastewater industry, cybersecurity becomes an increasingly important responsibility.
SWAN Digital Twin H2O Workgroup Summary Of The May 2019 Workshop
The first SWAN Digital Twin Workshop brought together key voices from around the world representing water utilities, academia, and technology vendors to help build consensus on the foundational definitions and guiding values needed to underpin digital twin concepts and architectural framework.