Hosts interview director of smart strategy for Sensus on importance of smart water quality & data analytics for utilities
In this episode of Talking Under Water, hosts Lauren Baltas, Lauren Estes and Bob Crossen discuss a study on ancient groundwater, coastal flooding in New Orleans and a river restoration project that includes wastewater infiltration to refill a groundwater aquifer. The three then interview Travis Smith, director of smart water strategy for Sensus, as well as Chris Thompson, product manager for Sensus. Smith and Thompson discuss the importance of smart water for volumetric data analytics and why adding water quality metrics to smart water systems will be critical for municipalities moving forward.
This episode of Talking Under Water is brought to you by the U.S. Water Alliance One Water Summit Sept. 18 to 20 in Austin, Texas. The One Water Summit is the premier national conference focused on sustainable, integrated, and inclusive approaches to managing water, our most precious natural resource. Registration closes Aug. 1.
- U.S. Water Alliance One Water Summit
- Ancient Groundwater Contributes Carbon to Surface Water
- New Orlean Downtown Closes Due to Flooding
- Santa Cruz River project means coordination between water infrastructure managers
- Talking Under Water Special Episode: AWWA ACE19
Interviews with Meena Sankaran from Ketos and Rick Bacon from Aqua Metrology Systems on smart water quality and smart water systems from the show floor at AWWA ACE 19 in Denver.