Aquatic Informatics Explains How Smart Water Continues to Grow

May 21, 2020
Water & Wastes Digest Senior Managing Editor Bob Crossen interviews Aquatic Informatics CEO Ed Quilty about the evolution of smart water technologies, and the rapid rate of adoption during the coronavirus pandemic globally.

Water & Wastes Digest Senior Managing Editor Bob Crossen interviews Aquatic Informatics CEO Ed Quilty about the evolution of smart water technologies, and the rapid rate of adoption during the coronavirus pandemic globally. Quilty defines smart water as utilities using digital tech to optimize operations and capital planning while applying data science to the captured metrics from sensors and controllers throughout a facility.

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