Cindy Wallis-Lage, the President of Black & Veatch’s Global Water Business, joins The Water Values Podcast for a great discussion on digital water. Cindy delves into the deep and broad capabilities digital water provides utilities and other participants in the water sector. She also offers ideas on implementation of digital water solutions and provides concrete examples of how digital water helped utilities save money in their operations. As usual, Cindy does a tremendous job, so listen closely!
Also in our Bluefield on Tap segment, Erin Bonney Casey, Bluefield’s Research Director, provides the latest on Bluefield Research’s insights into the U.S. government’s $25 billion spend in support of water infrastructure.
In this session, you’ll learn about:
- Cindy’s views on digital water
- The role of data in digital water
- How data allows for connectivity and breaks down information silos
- How digital water contributes to strategic, financial and operational resilience
- How digital water can assist any water market segment
- Digital water’s ability to optimize infrastructure investments
- Cindy’s thoughts on implementing digital water
- Two examples of savings generated by utilities that implemented a digital water solution
Resources and links mentioned in or relevant to this session include:
- Cindy’s LinkedIn Page
- Black & Veatch Water’s Twitter handle: @BVWater
- What is a Water Utility in a Digital World? Article by Gigi Karmous-Edwards & Will Sarni
- TWV #116: The Year in Water 2017 with Charles Fishman, Cindy Wallis-Lage and Jeffrey Kightlinger
- TWV #093: What Does Water Resources Resiliency Mean? An AWRA Panel Discussion (panel includes Cindy Wallis-Lage)
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