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Online Session: Early Warning Systems

Online Session: Early Warning Systems

We’re hosting a distance learning webinar to share high tech early warning systems for sewer monitoring and spill prevention. You’ll leave this session with proven strategies to help reduce penalties and increase compliance. June 3, 2020 2:00pm – 3:30pm ET1:00pm – 2:30pm CT12:00pm – 1:30pm MT11:00am – 12:30pm PT This […]

SmartCover Mobile App for On-the-Go Sewer Monitoring

SmartCover Mobile App for On-the-Go Sewer Monitoring

Based on numerous requests, we developed our mobile app to easily put your sewer status at your fingertips. It complements the SmartCover software and is FREE to all our users. You get the insights you want, when and where you need them. Download the app from either the Apple Store […]

Water Values Podcast by BlueField Research Features SmartCover

Water Values Podcast by BlueField Research Features SmartCover

Water Values Podcast presented by BlueField Research, April 2020 Building Smarter Sewers with SmartCover CEO, Dr. Greg Quist Dr. Greg Quist, CEO of SmartCover, listened to his utility colleagues 15 years ago and developed a highly successful smart sewer solution. Dr. Quist joined Water Values podcast host, Dave McGimpsey, to discuss how SmartCover works, […]

COVID-19 UPDATES

COVID-19 UPDATES

While all of us are in unfamiliar territory, SmartCover was engineered to handle the unknown, and our relentless commitment to your success is stronger than ever. The situation remains fluid and we’re closely monitoring the COVID-19 impact. One thing is certain, our role as public health protectors is more important […]

EPA Webinar: Wet Weather Monitoring

EPA Webinar: Wet Weather Monitoring

In cooperation with the U.S. EPA, we’re hosting a distance learning webinar to share data-driven strategies for wet weather sewer monitoring and spill prevention. You’ll leave this session with a proven methodology for determining where to start monitoring in your collection system to help you reduce penalties and increase compliance. […]

Sewerball: The Art of Managing Storm and Wastewater Using Data

Sewerball: The Art of Managing Storm and Wastewater Using Data

Read this cover article in the February 2020 issue of Water Finance & Management by SmartCover CEO, Greg Quist. The article coins the term “Sewerball” and compares it to the famous “Moneyball” concept in which the Oakland Athletics used data-driven decisions to build a strong team within tight budget constraints […]

Read Water Online article: SmartCover Shapes Future of Collection Systems

Read Water Online article: SmartCover Shapes Future of Collection Systems

Kevin Westerling, editor of Water Innovations magazine, tapped SmartCover’s senior project manager Ron Toten to outline the future of collection systems for readers of its special issues on the  Top 10 Trends of 2020. In “The Future of Collection Systems,” Toten describes the current state of our nation’s collection systems, […]

Read Water and Wastes Digest Article on Smart City Monitoring with SmartCover

Read Water and Wastes Digest Article on Smart City Monitoring with SmartCover

SmartCover was featured in a December 16, 2019 article in Water & Wastes Digest that focused on Smart City Monitoring at SAWS. Highlights include: Since deploying the SmartCover cleaning optimization program, there have only been 65 cleanings identified and performed at locations where 1,246 cleanings were previously scheduled. SAWS has […]

Read Storm Water Solutions article on SAWS use of SmartCover

Read Storm Water Solutions article on SAWS use of SmartCover

The December 2019 issue of Storm Water Solutions includes an article highlighting San Antonio Water Systems (SAWS) usage of SmartCover to optimize cleaning and reduce costs. Read the article below or click here to read it online at Storm Water Solutions.

Read WWD article: Sewer Monitoring Turns to AI

To extend the life of infrastructure, reliance on smart city technology capabilities is critical. By creating visibility into buried assets to understand the conditions of underground infrastructure, utilities can compare current performance with expectations, and predict when and where problems may arise. Fortunately, with the proliferation of small, rugged, low […]