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Prince William County, VA
Improving Efficiency of Leak Detection with Satellite Technology
Prince William County Service Authority (PWCSA) compared the use of satellite technology to traditional acoustic in detecting leaks in its water syste...
40 Thousand USD
Prince William County Service Authority
Zero-carbon technology assessment forms Sacramento’s 2030 Net Zero Plan
Sacramento Municipal Utility District set the goal of achieving net zero emissions by 2030 to combat the impacts of climate change. SMUD used an asses...
150 Thousand USD
Kansas City, MO
Applying Adaptive Stormwater Control Technology in KCMO
The City of Kansas City, MO has implemented Opti technology at an existing 1.1 million-gallon stormwater storage facility located within City limits. ...
50 Thousand USD
City Manager’s Office at City of Kansas City, MO
Reducing CSOs with Adaptive Control Technology
Philadelphia Water Department installed continuous monitoring and adaptive control (CMAC) technology in stormwater retention basin to control runoff i...
150 Thousand USD
Philadelphia Water Department
Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Safer roads with the conversion of 6,800 roadway lights to LED technology
Upgrade of 6,800 HID roadway lighting luminaires with high luminous efficacy LED technology of up to 130 lm/W, to improve road safety and public safet...
5 Million USD
Department of Municipal Public Services
Harris County, TX
Harris County uses technology to modernize law enforcement’s role in crisis intervention
Harris County police department's partnership with non-profit, Harris Center for Mental Health and Intellectual or developmental disability demonstrat...
Zero Upfront Cost
Harris County Sheriff's Office
Improving leak detection in Italy with satellite technology
Water utilities in Italy are using advanced satellite technology to drastically increase the number of pipe leaks detected and as a result, reduce the...
115 Thousand USD
ARERA (Regulatory Authority for Energy, Networks and the Environment)
South Bend, IN
Employing Intelligent Watershed Technology to Reduce CSOs & Achieve Capital Savings
The South Bend Department of Public Works utilized BLU-X, Xylem's distributed real-time decision support system consisting of smart sensors and actuat...
10 Million USD
Department of Public Works
AI-powered chatbot answers 79% of residents' questions without assistance from city staff
The City of Williamsburg is using an AI-powered chatbot to provide better customer service and more communication options (including text messaging) f...
9 Thousand USD