Smart water technology has evolved the water utility’s role within municipalities to have a seat at the proverbial Smart City table, participate in the IoT plan, and drive water stewardship. There are many benefits to replacing your meter system with AMI (Advanced Meter Infrastructure) technology. For the utility, the game-changer is when you couple it […]
Much has been speculated already about how emerging technologies like Artificial Intelligence can help out many sectors, including the water sector. It might seem like a far-fetched idea for some utilities; however, as we are well into 2020 now, some companies are already helping to forge this into reality.
Is your city a smart water city? Do you know the potential costs and risks to you for not making that switch? In general, using the adjective “smart” is a grammatical tool to indicate digital technology. A smart city is one that deploys technology with the goal of operating more efficiently. Smart water solutions are […]
In June 2018, the McKinsey Global Institute released a study titled, Smart Cities: Digital Solutions for a More Livable Future. The McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) is the research arm of McKinsey&Company, a global management consulting firm. The goal of MGI is to help leaders in the commercial, public, and social sectors develop a deeper understanding […]
If you had to list the most critical factor to a successful AMI program launch from your customers’ perspective, what would it be? We hope your answer was a proactive communication plan. We’ve worked with countless customers who work tirelessly behind the scenes to put together an incredible AMI program that adds so much value […]
World Water Day is March 22 but the celebration around water started early on March 14-15 at the Water Gala and Innovation Forum hosted by Imagine H2O. The Water Gala is when Imagine H2O showcases the water tech startups applicants selected for the current year. These companies will be given the resources to develop, launch, […]
How can sensors make cities smarter? A group in the U.K. known as the Flood Network provides one example. The group installs sensors in streams, river, and even ditches to send flood warnings to local residents, according to Sourceable.