WASHINGTON, DC - June 9, 2022
Modern critical water issues require advanced solutions. Global water technology leader, Xylem (NYSE:XYL), is sharing how its digital solutions help protect the world’s most important resource with dynamic technology and data-driven intelligence at the 2022 American Water Works Association (AWWA) Annual Conference & Exposition (ACE22) in San Antonio, Texas. Xylem subject matter experts will be part of seven informational sessions June 12–15, most notably:
A Resilient Utility Starts with Digital Transformation
Monday, June 13, 2 p.m. CDT | Room #216AB
A resilient utility uses data-driven insights for outstanding customer service, asset management and emergency preparedness. Learn from the cities of Jacksonville, Texas and Hot Springs, Arkansas. Their digital approach works to create a comprehensive and connected smart distribution system that addresses challenges and provides visibility across the entire water network.
- Powering decisions with data-driven insights (Pressure & Analytics) – Vernadine Merrick, vertical marketing manager, Xylem
- Removing barriers to build a smarter water utility (Digital Twin) – Monty Ledbetter, utilities director, Hot Springs, Arkansas
- Big data for an even bigger impact (Emergency Preparedness and Response) – Randall Chandler, director of community and public service, Jacksonville, Texas
Information featuring Xylem’s additional sessions is available here. To learn more about building a smart utility network, visit booth #17059 during the conference.
- Xylem digital solutions will be showcased in booth #17059 during ACE22 in San Antonio, June 12-15.
- The City of Hot Springs, Arkansas shares how it removed barriers to build a smarter water utility with digital twin.
- The City of Jacksonville, Texas highlights how it makes the most of its data for responsive customer service, especially during inclement weather.