Artificial intelligence (AI) is making its mark on the water industry. It is powering intelligent operations using machine learning to optimize resource use and operational budgets for organizations, as well as delivering truly intelligent built water systems.
The global scarcity of water resources is one of the most hotly debated topics today. As a responsible citizen of the world, it is your duty to find out if your mining site is efficient or not. Here are 3 ways to do that.
It is no revelation that as water and wastewater network infrastructure are aging and failing, utilities’ asset management budgets are stretched thinner and thinner. Perhaps now more than ever, there is a critical need for more efficient and cost-effective maintenance of a utility’s assets.
The newly released InfoWorks WS Pro, versions 2021.7 and 2021.8, provide users with new capability that improves managing models and incident reporting. InfoWorks WS Pro has been an industry leader for flexible management of water supply models for decades.
AI enables users to accomplish milestones previously considered unreachable while reducing costs where it was simply not possible before, like water and wastewater treatment. One industry where this is increasingly evident is mining. Here are 4 key components of this intelligent and efficient water usage in mining