Ripple Effect: Digital Water
This is how digital monitoring systems and predictive software can help save billions of gallons of water every day.
Big Data is spilling over into the world of water, and technology is being used to address many of the problems of our aging water infrastructure. Those in the water industry talk about how they’re now using predictive analytic software and analytic tools to monitor water usage in order to predict problems before they happen rather than fixing them after the fact and ultimately save billions of gallons of water each day.
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