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Without a smart utility network, building a water distribution system that can adapt to ever-changing demands, such as climate shifts, population growth, regulatory changes and unforeseen situations like pandemics can seem overwhelming and expensive. Utilities can start with AMI, but a scalable adaptable system should go beyond just metering. Connection to edge devices, sensors, meters and more can offer additional data, giving you visibility and control across the entire water network, while also improving revenue capture and reducing water loss. This session will share insights on how to look at the total cost of ownership of a smart water distribution system, showing short-term versus long-term operational and financial impacts to help make the right decisions for your utility.