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Operators of water or wastewater utilities are required to provide reliable and affordable services, while complying with in increasing number of government regulations and ensuring the sustainability of their operations.
Water utilities require more efficient methods of engineering, optimization of energy supply, and contextualized compliance monitoring as they seek to expand availability of water to the general population at an affordable price.

InSource has delivered best-in-class monitoring and control software (AVEVA HMI SCADA), information and intelligence solutions, predictive asset performance and maintenance solutions, including workforce mobility tools, as well as operations management solutions that allow centralization of operational control centers for over 20 years. We’re trusted, proven and scalable.

Data Analytics

A water utility can take full advantage of data analytics to make better-informed business decisions. Large amounts of data pass through a water utilities’ control room daily. Data analytics allows utilities to examine and correlate real-time data to critical events (water quality incidents, pressure concerns, contamination breaches, as examples). With visibility into the entire water network through data analytics, water utilities are now able to predict future changes in their water network and take corrective actions before critical events occur. Visibility in real-time creates more accurate and cost-effective demand management, as water utilities can forecast supply without putting operational constraints on pipeline operations at the very last hour.  InSource’s smart water solutions deliver operational efficiency, energy efficiency and a lower cost of ownership within plants and across networks.

Condition-based Maintenance

Condition-based maintenance solutions collect and analyze real-time diagnostics from all production assets and drives appropriate action to improve overall asset performance.  The system automates the maintenance process through the monitoring of user-defined rules and algorithms that initiate necessary maintenance activities based on measurable operating conditions. When the equipment is operating out of the normal range, condition-based maintenance raises an alarm to the operator to make them aware of the abnormal conditions and allows them to make an informed decision about what maintenance is required.   

Mobile Workforce

A mobile workforce and decision support system can help water utilities address some major challenges to improving asset performance: standardizing operator rounds and connecting stranded assets. Even in today’s digital age, some 40-60% of the equipment in a typical water utility remains digitally disconnected from the automation system. These stranded assets are invisible to operators unless they perform frequent inspection rounds and manually take down readings and condition assessment, traditionally on paper log sheets. This type of manual data collection is error-prone and often leads to loss of information. The lack of standardization in these inspection processes can also lead to service issues and safety hazards. Furthermore, knowledge loss can occur as more experienced operators retire and fail to pass along their wisdom to the next-generation operators.

Unifying Operations for Water & Waste Water

Water & wastewater organizations can develop greater operational awareness and improve crisis response with a centralized view. AVEVA’s Unified Operations Center for Water enables agile and responsive management of global and regional water & wastewater operations by making the complete enterprise visible. It creates value by combining broad insights into geographically dispersed sites with the ability to drill down on specific KPIs in context and see real-time operations.

Benefit from a single pane-of-glass view into a wide selection of information brought together into a vivid and strategic application.  Empower teams with consolidated metrics from the systems that manage specific areas of operations for drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater.

Improving Water and Wastewater Systems with SCADA & Digital Logbooks

City of London Case Study

InSource Solutions offers a variety of responsive, standards-driven, and scalable platforms for supervisory control, analytics, asset management, regulatory reporting, including digital twins and logbooks in the water and wastewater space.  From standalone scalable applications such as AVEVA Edge and InTouch up to complete enterprise-wide operations with AVEVA System Platform and Unified Operations Center, InSource serves hundred of small, medium and large municipalities and helps them harness the data they have to create safer and more reliable services that respond rapidly to excursions as well as the on-going needs of stakeholders.

As competition increases, the water and wastewater industry must continually offer more innovative, customer-oriented services while still increasing productivity, reducing costs and responding to changing regulatory requirements.

InSource Solutions provides the right mix of products and services that can help automate and integrate operations, processes and communications that support the specific needs of water utilities companies. InSource can help plan and implement a comprehensive technology solution to improve reliability, decrease downtime, optimize supply capacity, and meet regulatory requirements.

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