While complete infrastructure upgrades are long, expensive projects, modern tech and automation systems can yield important improvements. SCADA systems assets are at the heart of these improvements and must be protected from unplanned downtime or data loss in order to realize the full benefit that these upgrades can offer.
The increasing focus on drinking water quality and preservation of supply, along with concerns over the environmental impact of waste water spills, are putting increased pressure on the aging infrastructure…
ARC Advisory Group, Director of Research, Mark Sen Gupta, explores approaches used by your peers to address water and waste water industry challenges with modern technology.
Welcome back to the second blog in the series relating to a recent Twitter poll we launched to gauge industry audience insights and sentiments in specific Industrial Automation (IA) sectors. These IA vertical markets include Oil & Gas, Food & Beverage, and Water & Wastewater. As a reminder, we had just over 32,000 individuals engage with us on their understanding of their industry’s organizational strategies and plans.
Whether you’re running control processes for a municipal water / wastewater facility on the edge of a metropolitan city, or in rural America, sharpening operational excellence is critical when you are under continuous public scrutiny, dealing with pending risks and penalties for lack of compliance with regulations.
Imagine annually hosting 25 million theme park visitors that expect a magical and safe experience and the public health consequences if water contamination occurred at the site. That’s why Shanghai Disney Resort, the newest and largest Disney theme park in Asia, takes no chances. They run their water monitoring and control systems on Stratus continuous availability solutions.