How Big Data and a Vision Created a Smart Water Utility

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Schneider Electric

anglian water


Date: 10:20:00 - Nov 03 2016
Speakers: Mike Teller, Brian Lumb
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In addition to being the largest water and wastewater utility in England with nearly 1,900 DMAs, Anglian Water's drive for innovation spurred an ambitious vision for leveraging Big Data to streamline operations to better service its 6.4M customers today and for future years to come. This vision dubbed the IRIS programme is a five-year project that came to fruition in 2015 with the completion of the cornerstone project, the replacement of one of the UK's oldest telemetry systems. This system consisted of 6,500 operational sites, over 12,000 telemetry outstations, 639,090 measuring / monitoring points, 30,000 mimics, 1,200 users, and two main data centers.

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Mike Teller
Mike Teller (Scneider Electric)

Brian Lumb
Brian Lumb (Anglian Water)

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