App to monitor and improve water quality launched By AEEC, Google cloud
Turning utility data into value, app will share water quality data across multiple industries.
OCEAN CITY, MD., SEPT 11, 2018 -- There are emerging risks and opportunities associated with the quality and scarcity of the water we drink and use every day anywhere in the world.
The consumers, water and wastewater treatment plant operators, utility infrastructure providers, regulators and public-private partnership investors do not have a consolidated platform to share, predict, optimize, and mitigate any risks associated with the water utility industry.
That future is changing as engineers from AEEC, LLC rolled out a powerful solution built on Google Cloud Platform to help consumers and water treatment plants analyze the quality and distribution of water…soon almost anywhere in the world.
AEEC's Innovation Lab (iLab), collaborating with engineers from Google Cloud, designed a user-friendly and secure cloud solution with a customized data analytics dashboard to effectively monitor and analyze water treatment systems for both industry and consumer end-users through a web app.
The Reston, VA.-based company is collaborating with Google Cloud to pilot and implement solutions to help water and wastewater utilities get more out of their data.
At the Maryland Association of Counties Water, Water Everywhere themed conference, AEEC unveiled the utilities solution for the global water treatment and wastewater industry.
"This process can effectively monitor and analyze the operations of almost any water treatment facility in the world," said Raj Patil, the CEO of AEEC. "It will help them comply with regulatory reporting standards, improve health and safety and connect utility customers with water quality data."
AEEC brings over two decades' experience providing environmental engineering services to public and private customers and a robust Innovation Lab infrastructure for developing IT proofs-of-concepts and prototypes.