GeoNobel, the Philippine branch of Nobel Systems, is taking part in the Philippine Association of Water Districts (PAWD) National Convention on May 27 and 28. The event will be virtual.
On May 28, Nobel System’s CTO Aretha Samuel will address harnessing the power of Digital Twin technology. Samuel will also discuss GeoNobel’s technological advancements in Asset Management and Operational Maintenance.
Nobel Systems’ groundbreaking technology has transformed the water industry and system approach to water management worldwide. The company is an industry leader in locational mapping and a Software as a Service (SaaS) provider.
With the global pandemic, this year’s event of PAWD is a virtual convention with the theme “Embracing the New Normal in Water and Sanitation.”
As part of the learning sessions on asset management, GeoNobel will present a systematic approach to Improving Remote Monitoring of Water Utilities.
Key takeaways from the presentation:
- Improved water asset management workflows to monitor water supply and condition, assuring efficient delivery of clean and safe water.
- Minimizing water disruptions and forecasting demand by integrating IoT and AI to analyze their existing water system.
- Effective water operations management through timely distribution and remote monitoring of work considering staff safety, especially during the global pandemic.
- Real-time updates, report generation, customer feedback, and the ability to respond with confidence.
Join GeoNobel on May 28, at 11:30 AM, and learn how GeoNobel has successfully merged spatial databases and utility management systems into a single comprehensive enterprise system that empowers users and stakeholders to meet the ever-growing demand for data and ability to collaborate during these challenging times. The presentation link will be posted on the Nobel Systems LinkedIn page soon. View the event here
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