Municipalities and Water companies are already increasing their collaboration with local communities to improve existing infrastructure, reduce costs, and monitor local water supplies alongside governmental entities. However, there is still much to be done to streamline water usage across the industry.
Mining companies are already increasing their collaboration with local communities to improve existing infrastructure, reduce costs, and monitor local water supplies alongside governmental entities. However, there is still much to be done to streamline water usage across the industry.
Are utilities ready to move to the cloud? Can they do so safely and securely? Isle Utilities President Cristina Amandpour shares her insights and lay sout what water utilities can expect.
Digital transformation is coming – are utilities ready to meet the moment? While its still a new space for many utilities and public water providers, there are signs that utilities are moving towards technological advancements. Here’s how they can best prepare themselves for the coming infrastructure shift.
Water operators work with constrained budgets and often aging infrastructure, particularly in water utilities. While moving towards digital transformation is an attractive idea, many remain concerned about their existing infrastructure and what risks might be involved with moving towards new frontiers. Will there be added costs? Will new tech be able to plug into existing operations? Here’s what to look for and how to manage risks when choosing digital water solutions for your organization.
Water utilities are on the precipice of exciting changes, and the next three to five years will be game-changing. Here are what water operators in public works can expect in the near future.
Whether groundwater processed water, wastewater produced water, or any other water source the KETOS Shield autonomously monitors dozens of water quality parameters without manual intervention. You decide which parameters are measured and the frequency of each measurement.
Is your organization concerned about how to ensure water quality in remote locations? Many companies, particularly in oil and gas, need to contend with needing to monitor their water across vast regions and hard-to-reach locales. However, with the latest technological advancements in water monitoring, organizations no longer need to struggle. In this customer testimonial, Breakwater Energy Partners’ Director of Business Technology Nathan Askins describes how easy it’s been to handle remote monitoring tasks via KETOS solutions.
Many organizations are concerned that implementing new technologies will leave some workers behind or require specialized training of new personnel. KETOS makes it easy to manage water monitoring without worrying about high learning curves or specializations. Hear firsthand in this customer experience just how easy it is to implement KETOS and just how little training is required.