It’s a new world for water tech…
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Drones, sensors, satellites, BigData and analytics are providing real-time visibility in to systems and helping to automate operations.
Localized and distributed systems – including mobile, water-from-air technology – are creating a future for water technology innovation and commercialization very much unlike anything we’ve seen in the past.
Our GlobalWaterWorks team has been assessing the opportunity from inside and outside the space, and we are witnessing a game-changing opportunity for water technologists delivering data-driven solutions. We shared 3 reasons for accelerated adoption and examples when we participated in the technology innovation panel at MIT’s Water Summit:
(1) Data is giving us real-time visibility in to water resources, enabling us to measure and quantify the ROI of smart solutions;
(2) News of scarcity and contamination have enhanced the stakeholder and public’s perception of the value of water; and
(3) Cost savings related to water and energy savings and risk mitigation accrue almost immediately along with favorable press on those who keep constituents out of harms way.
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The future is already here
There’s a well known saying, I attribute to Glover Ferguson, who ran Accenture’s Innovation Labs: “The future is already here, it’s just unevenly distributed.”
A quick glance at GlobalWaterWorks’ clients make it easy to see why people are investing and implementing smart solutions without delay:
- The cost of physical infrastructure investments is out of reach of most cities/towns, but compliance requirements and consent decrees can be even more costly if water issues are not addressed. As a result, an option to invest $100,000 to babysit pipes becomes a very desirable alternative to a $10M pipe replacement.
- $1/household investment in SaveWaterSaveMoney reveals $100-$500+ in household savings opportunities (as this user shared), not to mention the savings and enhanced service offering for the utility;
- A ROTEC Water Retrofit on a reverse osmosis system increases the yield 10-15%, helping cities put off costly plant expansions; and
- Coastal Risk Consultant’s Flood Score Reports* – generated within minutes – ensure you are insured and not over-insured. (Be sure to use the GWW 20% discount code when you access the reports at www.floodscores.com: GWW20R for residential or GWW20C for commercial reports.)