Post Tagged with: "data management"

Cities Turn to Tech to Find New Ways to Optimize Meters, Recover Revenue

Cities Turn to Tech to Find New Ways to Optimize Meters, Recover Revenue

October 18, 2021 at 6:00 am 0 comments

By Quinn Jackson-Elliott Every day brings a new headline that reinforces the severity of the drought in the Western United States: Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in the United States and part of a system that supplies water to at least 40 million people across seven states and northern Mexico,Read More

Special Report: Driving Smarter Decisions with Your Water Data

Special Report: Driving Smarter Decisions with Your Water Data

June 24, 2021 at 2:00 pm 0 comments

The job of water utility profes­sionals is evolving. For operators and field crews, in addition to repairing broken water/sewer mains, pumps or reading meters, now part of the job involves monitoring digital systems and analyzing all the data that comes with it. This creates a new challenge for the sectorRead More

The Water Resources Division collects a large amount of data from a combination of in-field monitoring and sample gathering.

Crossing the Chasm from the Old to the New

March 5, 2021 at 2:25 pm 0 comments

Internal Change Agents Give Northern Territory the Edge on Insightful Water Data By Nicole Nally Australia’s Northern Territory has around 250,000 people in two very distinct climate zones – the tropical climate in the North and the desert in the central region. Uluru is one of 27 national parks spread acrossRead More

The Data Core: How Utilities Can Optimize Operations by Concentrating Data

The Data Core: How Utilities Can Optimize Operations by Concentrating Data

December 18, 2020 at 3:43 pm 0 comments

By Gary Wong Water and wastewater utilities have often been viewed as lagging other sectors when it comes to maximizing the use of data within their organizations. That is not to say that the sector lacks data: SCADA systems collect and store data at intervals of fractions of a second;Read More

4 Key Data Management Milestones to Ensure Water Sustainability

4 Key Data Management Milestones to Ensure Water Sustainability

June 16, 2020 at 9:51 am 0 comments

By Rich Prinster With the global population expected to hit 8.5 billion in the next 10 years, the demand for water is rising inexorably. Many areas of the world are already facing either water shortages or water that’s unsafe for human consumption. When it comes to water scarcity: Four billion peopleRead More

Report: Data demand will drive $92 billion in investment by 2030 

Report: Data demand will drive $92 billion in investment by 2030 

January 31, 2020 at 10:21 am 0 comments

Spending for digital water solutions in the United States and Canada is forecasted to grow 6.5 percent annually, far outpacing the growth of the broader municipal water and wastewater sector over the next decade, says a new report from water market research firm Bluefield Research. During this same period, annualRead More

Neptune releases new software management solution

Neptune releases new software management solution

June 12, 2018 at 9:00 am 0 comments

Neptune Technology Group Inc. has released a new cloud-based data management platform designed exclusively for the unique needs of water utilities. Using Neptune 360, a data management platform delivered as a service, water utilities can maintain their focus on the business of water. The system is accessible anytime, anywhere throughRead More

What Is a Water Utility in a Digital World?

What Is a Water Utility in a Digital World?

June 11, 2018 at 7:55 am 0 comments

How Digital Technology Can Be the Fundamental Agent of Change in the Modernization of Global Water Infrastructure By Gigi Karmous-Edwards & Will Sarni Global water infrastructure is underfunded. It is in need of repair, replacement and expansion to ensure access to water for sustained economic development, business growth and publicRead More

Beyond Digital: Why Smart Water Networks are a Natural Progression for the Water Industry

Beyond Digital: Why Smart Water Networks are a Natural Progression for the Water Industry

December 18, 2017 at 7:05 am 0 comments

By Joel Hagan Water utilities around the world face huge challenges. Population growth, urbanization and more frequent extreme weather events make delivering even adequate customer service through aging infrastructure extremely difficult. Analysis from the University of Washington suggests that the number of people on the planet will reach 11 billionRead More