The availability of new digital technologies and their wave of deployments over the past five years are demonstrating benefits within manufacturing, healthcare and hydrocarbon sectors, to the extent that the slow-to-adopt water/wastewater sector is paying attention, too, and increasingly becoming participants in innovative pilot projects.
With hardware, software and data analytics being seamlessly integrated to improve capital and operating efficiencies, the increasing accountability of water/wastewater sector owners will incentivize $40 billion in U.S. municipal spending over the next 10 years. Digital technologies are enabling industries across the globe to extract countless data and efficiencies from a legacy infrastructure to allow for enhanced decision making and better life cycle management.
Author: Anil Gosine
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