Live Webinar: How To Optimize Your Plant Operations With AI

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

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Recent market research forecasts $6.3 billion of investment in AI for water management by 2030 in the U.S. and Canada alone — but why? Early adopters of AI-optimization tools are improving efficiency and lowering operational costs — all while keeping compliant with local regulations. Join James Legue, Director of AI Products at Innovyze, and John Crochet, Systems Engineer, to find out the key factors driving the transformative impact AI is having on water operations across multiple industries. 

During this event, you’ll gain an understanding of: 

  • How AI improves efficiency and lowers operational expenditures
  • How to determine if your site is AI-ready 
  • How to incorporate AI into your organization’s digital roadmap

You may be closer than you think to bringing AI to your organization. Join us for this live webinar to find out where you stand.

Meet the presenters

James Legue

James Legue

Director of AI Products

James Legue

James Legue

Director of AI Products

 

James Legue is the Director of AI products at Innovyze. James has over a decade’s worth of experience solving complex, cross-functional organizational challenges with technology. At Innovyze, James shapes the use of AI for operational optimization at water, wastewater, pulp and paper, and beverage plants — helping them to reduce costs without sacrificing compliance.

John Crochet

John Crochet

Systems Engineer

John Crochet

John Crochet

Systems Engineer

 

John Crochet has been with Innovyze since 2019 as a Systems Engineer. Prior to Innovyze, John was a design engineer at a consulting firm in Charleston, SC, and after 3 years decided to take his skills to Denver, CO. His primary focus as a systems sales engineer at Innovyze is the promotion, organization, and delivery of industry-leading GIS-based/integrated software solutions to the Pacific Northwest/Mountain region. He has a strong history in civil consulting, which allows him to determine the best solutions for municipalities and consultants.

Kevin Westerling

Kevin Westerling

Chief Editor, Water Online (Moderator)

Kevin Westerling

Kevin Westerling

Chief Editor, Water Online (Moderator)

 

For more than a decade, Kevin Westerling has covered the water and wastewater industry as Chief Editor of Water Online and Water Innovations magazine. He began his editorial career at VertMarkets, parent company of Water Online, in 1999 after graduating from West Chester University in Pennsylvania with a BA in English Literature and a minor in Journalism. Kevin has also served as editor for Oil & Gas Online, Power Online, and Public Works.com, among other VertMarkets websites.