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TAGS: SMART SEWERS, WATER, WASTEWATER, CITY OF CINCINNATI

How Cincinnati Built the Smartest Sewer System in the World


Nov. 19 | 11 AM MT (1 PM EST)

The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati prioritizes investments in technology to run the smartest sewer system in the world. This webinar will offer insights into how a data-driven approach can produce savings without investing heavily in gray or green capital expenditures.

Cincinnati’s award-winning smart sewer system serves a population of 850,000 and treats an estimated 160 million gallons of wastewater a day.

The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati prioritizes investments in technology to run the smartest sewer system in the world. This webinar will offer insights into how a data-driven approach can produce savings without investing heavily in gray or green capital expenditures.

Cincinnati uses real-time data to direct wastewater treatment and collection efforts to handle rapidly changing weather conditions and system demands. Adopting a smart, data-driven strategy allows Cincinnati to achieve its objective of significantly reducing sewer overflows into local rivers and streams at a cost that’s well below traditional gray and green solutions.

What You’ll Learn 

• Reducing overflows with a cost-effective, smart sewer system solution
• Eliminating data lag over huge service areas to enable on-demand results for operators
• Using Historian to analyze long- and short-term data trends
• Building user-friendly, tablet-based field inspection tools
• Customizing alerts and iFIX to meet specific needs

Speakers
Alan Hinchman,
Chief Revenue Officer, GrayMatter
Reese Johnson,
Principal Engineer, MSD of Greater Cincinnati

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