Nobel Systems has been selected to exhibit at this year’s American Water Works Association (AWWA) Annual Conference & Exhibition Innovation Lounge in Las Vegas June 12 -14. The event takes place at the Mandalay Bay Conference Center.
This is an invitation-only lounge that showcases companies with the latest, state-of-the-art technologies for the water management industry.
The theme of AWWA’s annual conference, ACE18, is Innovating the Future of Water. The Innovation Lounge will feature a pool of emerging technologies and innovative resources, offering new approaches and solutions for the water sector – to help navigate innovation challenges, implement solutions, and realize system improvements.
Also, Nobel Systems has been shortlisted as one of seven companies to take part in a Tech Pitch competition. These few companies were selected because they feature a wide range of promising, innovative water technologies.
This competition will highlight those that seek to provide a meaningful and positive impact on the water sector. The contest takes place June 13, at 1 p.m. Join and cheer us during the Pitch!
The Innovation Lounge and Tech Pitch will be located at booth 21108. Nobel Systems exhibition booth that can be visited anytime will be located at 17097.
Cutting-Edge IoT Tech to Be Exhibited
Nobel Systems’ technology makes the company a one-stop shop for a water utility. The cloud solutions company will feature its all-encompassing GeoViewer that includes a work order system, a document management system, a billing system and its latest IoT Water Pressure Monitoring System at the Innovation Lounge and in the Tech Pitch.
Nobel’s IoT water monitoring system logs pressure along a water utility’s network in real time. This cutting-edge IoT solution is unique in that it is a GIS map-based system; sensors can be placed anywhere along a utility’s grid and monitored via the GeoViewer mobile or desktop application. If a leak or pressure loss in a line occurs, users are immediately alerted via GeoViewer and by text message.
The GeoViewer IoT Water Pressure Monitoring system runs on a 5-year battery. Data is transmitted through a regular Verizon or AT&T LTE Cat M1 network.