The Village of Rosemont has begun a new era of unprecedented visibility into their drinking water distribution system for the benefit of its customers. Aquify, an Exelon company, has completed the design and implementation of a comprehensive sensor and analytics system on the Village of Rosemont drinking water distribution network. The Aquify system segments Rosemont’s […]
After a village fire hydrant flushing exercise, Aquify noticed that the water flow wasn’t returning to normal in a specific area of the system.
Aquify technology immediately found a leak that was spilling 720,000 gallons of treated drinking water per day into a storm sewer.
At Aquify, we understand the challenges our cities face when it comes to conserving water and reducing the amount wasted due to leaking and broken water mains. We also realize that explaining water technologies can be tough and it’s quite difficult getting people to understand the importance of dealing with this problem, especially when those […]
How Elk Grove Village is Now Detecting the Previously Undetectable.
As a young student, I would have loved a report card that came out only once every four years. But if I had one, I would have hoped for something better than a C-minus. The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) issued its quadrennial Report Card for America’s Infrastructure, using an A-to-F school report card format. […]
Following a year of unprecedented changes and challenges for water utilities, Bluefield Research recently released a forecast in WaterWorld outlining what we can expect to see in the water industry in 2021. Among the top trends they are watching across municipal water includes new business models that are expanding the customer base for digital water […]
As governments, organizations and companies around the world reflect on the importance of World Water Loss Day, we are thinking about the impact of water loss that many communities nationwide may not be aware of. World Water Loss Day, recently established by the Water Loss Specialist Group of the International Water Association (IWA), is scheduled […]
Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Automation Can Give Water Utilities an Upper Hand in Optimizing Distribution System Operations
In today’s COVID-19 world, remote water system monitoring and analytics is more important than ever. The reorganization of life-home-work patterns, the restructuring of operational workflows, and the reduction of commercial and industrial operations are all reshaping demand patterns, leading to unexpected operational events. With compounding factors such as fewer staff to analyze data, increased data […]