Building a resilient water infrastructure is no small feat. With aging infrastructures, rapid population growth and limited resources, it’s challenging for water service companies to make adjustments and necessary maintenance updates. So, how can water service companies upgrade and maintain their infrastructures, and prevent costly shut-downs?
On Wednesday, April 17, 2019, I’m going to tackle this issue and discuss how turning to digitalization may be the key.
By implementing digitalization into your plant, you can integrate information from multiple sources in ways that prevent risk to equipment and assets. Now, “digitalization” is a pretty broad term in itself, but by understanding the layers of what “digitalization” means and how it can be applied to your process is key.
My colleague Jonas had discussed integrated operations and digital twin in past blogs, and I’m going to highlight some of these points in the webinar and how you can establish a twin for your water services operation.
I’m also going to delve into other ways to build resiliency within your network and how you can do so but simultaneously reducing costs and resource needs.
What innovations are available to build resiliency in your existing water or wastewater system operation?
How do you build a resilient water infrastructure?
Wednesday, April 17, 2019 at 2 p.m. EDT