- 06 April 2017
- 14:30 - 15:30 BST (GMT+1)
Online United Kingdom
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The need to boost resilience to both flood risk and water scarcity has been well documented in recent years. Extreme rainfall events have shown how vulnerable our infrastructure is, while population growth in water scarce areas puts pressure on supply. The digital revolution, and the rise of Internet of Things (IoT) technology, can offer us solutions to both challenges.
Continuous monitoring and adaptive control (CMAC) is one such solution. By utilising weather data, real-time monitoring and situational infrastructure adaptations, CMAC allows us to use existing infrastructure more efficiently, both to improve flood response and to boost supply of non-potable water. As well as reacting to extreme weather events, CMAC also records and stores data for long term analysis, so we can plan for future situations.
Part of ICE’s Energy, Resilience & Climate Change knowledge programme, this webinar will provide a short introduction to CMAC technology and outline several applications, including combined sewer overflow reduction and combined rainwater harvesting and attenuation systems. This will be followed by a live demonstration of existing projects.
- Lutz Johnen, Managing Director, Aquality
- Marcus Quigley, D.WRE, P.E. – CEO, OptiRTC
- Phill Mills, Chair, ICE Water Expert Panel
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