Optimizing Water and Wastewater Operations via the Industrial Internet

OWC-blog-1Enter the world of water utilities: aging infrastructure, declining revenues, increasing service level expectations, and regulations. What’s more, resources for water and wastewater capital programs are limited, making it difficult to carry out infrastructure modernization, expansion, and technology upgrades.

How can you address these critical challenges while delivering the best return on investment to ratepayers or private sector investors? Chances are, you cannot easily raise water and sewer rates or purchase new equipment.

So you’re left to become as efficient as possible with the assets you have. This means you’ve got to look at your operations holistically to understand and predict what’s happening to make the best decisions for planning and optimization.

The good news is the technology and solutions are here. They revolutionize what’s possible for water and wastewater utilities. Through integration of your business and automation systems and platforms, you can connect the dots between your data. You can deliver intelligence to the right people at the right time. You can even predict what’s going to happen before it does.

Welcome to the Industrial Internet— where machines, data, insights, and people are connected.

OWC-blog-2-300x225Download my latest white paper, Optimizing Water and Wastewater Operations via the Industrial Internet, to learn why connectivity between your machines, your data, your insights and your people is imperative for today’s utility.

Alan Hinchman

As Chief Operating Officer at The Water Initiative, Alan Hinchman leads global businesses and local communities in the pursuit of clean, affordable water. His work with water distribution information technologies helps make our most valuable resource safe and accessible around the world. Connect with Alan on LinkedIn.

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