Join the smart water revolution at WWEM!
Sep 07 2021
Keeping your pace as cities get smarter in an increasingly interconnected world calls for new thinking and new solutions. Smart water and wastewater networks entail numerous possibilities for new ways of collecting, combining and utilising data - improving your predictive capabilities and enabling you to make even better decisions faster.
Think of the weather, for example. And how new software allows for real-time weather forecasting to be embedded in your utility’s data set. This enables you to operate efficiently to consumer demands in complete synchronisation with weather-related fluctuations.
Or perhaps even more appealing, think of failure predictions. The right software, fed with a combination of historical, live, and new data can bring your predictive hit rate closer to reality and make sure your system will alert you about possible failures before they happen.
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