April 23-27, 2018

Smart water refers to the use of digital tools, devices, and applications to track, communicate, control, and provide notification of changing conditions across the lifecycle of water use, quality, or infrastructure.

The information yielded from a smart water network enables utilities and customers to adapt operating decisions or daily use in real time and provides insights on trends across entire systems and watersheds over weeks, months, years, and decades.


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Why Smart Water, Why now?

What is it, evolution in the industry, and market insights

Thursday, April 26th, 1:00 PM- 1:30 PM EST

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Catalysts Driving Smart Water Adoption

  • Aging infrastructure

  • Resurging concerns over water quality

  • Demands for transparency in customer billing and communications

  • Rising needs for operating efficiencies in the face of tightening budgets and an aging workforce

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Consider This...

  • Outside the US, smart water technologies have been adopted on a fairly large scale in numerous countries throughout such areas as Europe, the Asia/Pacific region, Africa, the Middle East, and Central and South America.

  • According to the American Water Works Association, the cost of repairing and expanding drinking water infrastructure in the US over the coming 25 years is more than $1 trillion, with investment needs exceeding $1.7 trillion through 2050.

  • A report from July 2017 estimates that US water utilities are predicted to invest more than $8 billion in smart water systems and strategies over the next decade as adoption continues.

  • U.S. smart water metering market will witness growth of over 6% by 2024. Increasing efforts to map water leakage through distribution mains coupled with replacement of existing pipeline networks will further boost the industry growth.

Check out our smart water report

Be sure to mark your calendar for the leading, multi-year running smart water and wastewater conference, SWAN 8th Annual Conference.
May 21-22, 2018


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