InfoTiles, a company pioneering AI software solutions for the water industry, has announced its membership of the Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN), the leading global hub for the smart water sectors.
InfoTiles participation will broaden SWAN’s diverse network of industry leaders and passionate professionals to foster regional and global collaboration and innovation. In return, the benefit of SWAN membership lies in its ability to accelerate the awareness and adoption of data-driven technologies in water, wastewater and stormwater networks worldwide.
Digital water technologies play a fundamental role in achieving the shared goal of realising the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goal 6 of ensuring the availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all. As a technology company operating in the water and wastewater sector, InfoTiles passionately shares this goal and hopes to accelerate the digital transformation of the water sector together with global water utilities and other SWAN network members.
InfoTiles will be actively participating in SWAN discussions on digital twins, data-as-a-services and smart metering to demonstrate the strength of the InfoTiles software to provide real-time analytics solutions that unlock data-driven planning, operations, and maintenance in the value chain; from supply through to consumption, wastewater treatment, and surveillance of natural waterways.
Johnny Alexander Gunneng, chief executive at InfoTiles said, “By joining SWAN, we will be able to further engage with water utilities globally and learn from fellow smart water members. Additionally, we seek to share our demonstrated leading practices widely so that other organisations can further understand the benefits that digital transformation can bring to key critical operations.”
Read more about the interview with Johnny featured in SWAN Member Spotlights.
Commenting on this news, SWAN’s CEO Amir Cahn remarked: "We are delighted to welcome InfoTiles, an exciting and promising Norwegian company working at the intersection of data analytics and water, to the global SWAN Forum. InfoTiles has successfully worked with utilities to help them visualise, present and act on data to improve asset performance and overall operations”.
The Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN) is a leading global smart water organisation bringing together key players in the water sector to collaborate and share knowledge while offering access to cutting-edge research, global networking opportunities, and the ability to proactively influence the future of the water industry. Learn more at: www.swan-forum.com
InfoTiles’ innovative digital analytics platform spans the water value chain, simplifying and automating the tedious steps of consolidating data and applying real-time analytics and machine learning for water management.
InfoTiles provides software that combines and enriches data from different silos - including legacy water utility systems. When enhanced with public data, utility companies discover new insights and make sustainable decisions based on facts, leading to sustainable water use in communities.
Ageing infrastructure, inadequate investment, and a changing climate are all contributing to unsustainable water use and supplies globally. Data can help address these challenges in a connected and coherent way that is fit for purpose for decisions makers. For more information, visit infotiles.no