Join Bentley's Tom Walski who has worked on these kinds of problems and will point out ways you can take advantage of hydraulic models for better operation of your infrastructure.
Many water utilities are rapidly adopting non-mechanical technology as the new standard in measurement. Have you ever wondered what the difference is between an ultrasonic and electromagnetic ('mag') meter? Master Meter's Greg Land sheds some light.
now available on its MxVision WeatherSentry Water Edition, a weather management tool specifically designed to help water utilities better anticipate severe weather events. With the new flooding observations and forecasts, thousands of real-time
time network hydraulic and water quality modeling, monitoring, forecasting, and SCADA integration, IWLive equips water utilities with powerful, mission-critical tools that are both predictive and reactive. It continuously assesses water system
The Water Research Foundation announced the completion of a study -- conducted with Water Environment Research Foundation and Water Research Australia -- that's focused on helping utilities successfully transition into an integrated water, or 'One Water,' management approach.
The American Water Works Association and Environmental Engineering & Technology have partnered to announce that they are looking for water utilities to participate in an important study on disinfectant residuals during the months of August and September.
North American water utilities are rapidly adopting non-mechanical technology as the new standard in measurement. Have you ever wondered what the difference is between an ultrasonic and electromagnetic ('mag') meter? Both types are solid-state, a term used to describe an advanced electronic product ...
As the drought worsens in several western states, Neptune Technology Group continues to provide its water utility customers in those areas with metering innovations that focus on long-term water efficiency.
Ervia's Paul Ahern discusses how Esri technology is helping Irish Water be more efficient -- and how the technology was rolled out to an entire country in less than a year.
As utilities move to drive down energy costs, innovation in aeration technology continues to move apace in the UK. This article looks at some of the innovation taking place and how utilities adopting new technologies are seeing financial and environmental benefits.
The U.S. Department of Energy has presented a $3 million award to the Electric Power Research Institute in an effort to develop a novel dry-cooling technology to reduce water use at thermoelectric power plants.
Neptune's AMR and AMI systems provide a robust set of tools to improve water efficiency. It means leveraging the data from the company's E-Coder Â® solid-state absolute encoder technology or its new MACH 10 ultrasonic meter to identify excessive consumption as well as continuous and intermittent ...