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Scalability in Automation for Water Utilities: Who’s the weakest link?

Scalability in Automation | Webinar with WEF for water utilities

From small municipalities to large metropolitan areas, from a single asset to multiple sites, automated water and wastewater systems range from a few control points to millions. This webinar discusses the criteria that need to be considered when implementing an automation system that can scale: architecture, and maximum number of users and control points are the most obvious to come to mind, as an underperforming system can have a huge impact on the availability and quality of service of your application.

Other aspects like the ease of development, roll-out, and upgrade are equally important. The total cost of ownership (TCO) of a poorly designed automation system can have a huge impact on the bottom line. As mobility and remote operations are becoming the norm, we will discuss the case of a remote monitoring and control application.

Watch this on-demand webinar to learn more.

Hosted by Water Environment Federation (WEF)

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