WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20
Styrene Attacks: What Research has Learned
Speaker: John Matthews, Ph.D., Louisiana Tech University
Learn about the research, findings and recommendations from a three-phase study conducted by TTC, and funded by NASSCO, to determine if styrene emissions from CIPP job sites pose substantial risks to workers and community.
AI, Cloud Technologies Driving America’s Largest Trenchless Capital Improvement Project
Speaker: Eric Sullivan, Sewer AI
In-depth look at the City of Houston’s innovative approach to meeting Consent Decree obligations by leveraging AI Computer Vision and Cloud tools on assessment of ~7,000 miles of wastewater collection pipes and ~150,000 MHs. Enhanced efficiencies and cost savings will be highlighted, including pipeline inspections, data processing, collaboration and decision support.
Commonsense Approach to Digital Roadmap
Speaker: Peter Kraft, Xylem
Gain information and insight on how to apply a commonsense approach to building a “smart water” program and optimizing the performance of a water delivery system, using digital applications. Attendees will walk away with a set of tools and relevant case studies to inform their own programs.