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 power sensors combined with reliable communications systems, and the availability of advanced computing capabilities, monitoring real-time performance of systems is feasible. By incorporating external data such as weather and tides, this real-time, predictive, integrated decision support tool provides simple and measurable actions to actively operate and maintain these systems.

Read the full article in Water and Wastes Digest