Smart Cities Start at Their Core: A Smart Water Project That Delivered Resiliency When It Was Needed the Most
April 13th | 2:45-3:30 ET
Cities are focusing their smart initiatives on proven projects that address their core needs. Water infrastructure is one of those, as we recently saw with the extreme weather event in Texas. Citizens struggled with boil water mandates and suffered for days without communication or resolution. In this session, we’ll do a deep dive into the Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) project implemented for Woodlands Water, located just outside of Houston, TX. How did this project come to fruition? How did it impact their response to the devastating February winter storm, and what lessons were learned along the way? This session will provide a blueprint to cities looking for smart solutions that focus on their core infrastructure to deliver resiliency when it is needed the most.
Maureen Bourgeois, Accounting Manager, Woodlands Water
Chad Nobles, Sr. Account Executive, Ameresco