Industry First: Common Real-Time Digital AI Infrastructure for Water
Aquasight has built a single artificial intelligence infrastructure for the entire water cycle. The common infrastructure is being used by 100+ CVT sites (cities, villages, townships) large and small with six plug and play solutions and can scale to any community. For utilities and engineering consulting firms, Aquasight is providing great economies of scale without needing to invest in digital infrastructure, resources, algorithms and technology which are pre-built with over 100 capabilities (anomaly detection to digital twin). The system can integrate with any source & sensor configuration. Utilities can now do more with less and focus on their core competency of treating water, taking care of physical infrastructure & serving the customers. Engineering consulting firms can focus on what they do best building and engineering resilient water infrastructure.
The platform is delivering value in optimizing pumping operations, predicting water quality, detecting resident leaks, pressure anomalies, infiltration and inflow intelligence, digital pump and blower health checks, performance curves, optimizing wastewater treatment operations, predicting influent and effluent parameters, creating asset risk scores, running digital twins, autonomous monitoring of complex events, providing early warning on infectious diseases such as covid-19, automated data quality checks and much more.
The platform has the ability to easily consume data from many different sources that includes SCADA, smart meters, LIMS, hydraulic models, GIS, weather, process sheets and sensors. Aquasight common national real-time platform has six solutions: ATLAS for pump health and operation, AURA for smart water distribution system, ACE for collection system intelligence, APOLLO for efficient wastewater treatment, AMP for asset management and capital planning and CEWS for infectious disease monitoring. Aquasight is constantly innovating, so check in frequently with our practically deployable solutions. Challenge us on digital water problem we haven’t solved yet!
2 Trillion Gallons
More than 2 Trillion Gallons Water Wasted in Breaks and Leaks
Estimated $1 Trillion Spent on Water Treatment and Distribution over the next 25 Years
95% of Infrastructure Repairs Performed Locally
20 different types of human viruses can be accurately detected in household wastewater.
0.5 to 3x
Variations of influent flow and loading lead to inefficient operations.
Per year maintaining wastewater operations at current levels by 2020
Americans are served by systems with health based violations(NRDC)
Of water revenues are O&M costs that rise faster
1 to 5
Lab test results take 1 to 5 days, wastewater has already been processed
Of operating costs
are associated with the activated sludge process
Rated water infrastructure creates more contamination entry points (ASCE)
Of pumps do not run at peak performance leading to higher costs
Cities have combined sewers requiring a better wastewater influent forecast
kWh are consumed by treatment plants each year costing $2.7 billion
Million US homes
get their drinking water through lead service lines
Of assets on average
suffer from deferred
leads to unpredictable
inflow & infiltration
Wastewater contains 5x more energy than what is
required to treat it
Water is among the top 3 global risks according to
World Economic Forum
Of utility staff are
on the verge of retiring
in the next 5 years