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Musings on the unique blend of AI and water
08/28/2018
What we learned from hosting our first customer event
There comes a point in every B2B SaaS startup's life when you feel the irresistible urge to host a customer event. There are many good reasons to do it. In our case, we did it because we love spending time with our potential customers and exchanging knowledge with them. We thought Austin would be a great place to host it. Tuesday, August 21st, was a hot day down there. Just perfect for a few cool drinks at the Roosevelt Room…
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07/10/2018
3 Questions to Ask Yourself for Improved Membrane Performance
Optimal performance of any membrane system to operate at the points of highest efficiency and lowest cost requires a delicate balance; Cleaning membranes too frequently reduces the system lifespan, too infrequently reduces product quality and increases energy costs. Providing proper maintenance of membranes is not a one-size-fits-all approach, as each system and each train are unique based on their purpose, age and placement within a treatment system. What if it were possible to detect early warning signs of fouling to…
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06/05/2018
Influent Flow Forecasting Made Easy
Like the wastewater industry, most food and beverage manufacturing facilities are equipped with massive data systems to monitor and optimize the wide range of operations. These similarly regulated industries are increasingly adopting Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) into their processes to better manage systems and procedures. Though many water industry professionals recognize the potential of A.I., the public health implications of delivering top-quality wastewater in addition to aged production infrastructure, municipal operators and engineers have not yet enjoyed the same benefits of…
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04/09/2018
Predict Tomorrow’s Influent Flow With Today’s Data
Wastewater plant operations make important operational decisions based on the influent flow rate to the plant, and despite the ample availability of sensors, there is no accurate industry standard for predicting influent flow rate to the plant. Knowing the performance of a collection system is difficult because there are few industry-recognized benchmarks on what "performance" is and how it should be determined. Performance of sewer collection systems are often simply educated guesses. Quantifying the areas of highest inflow and infiltration…
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