Most water utilities face similar operational, engineering, and long-term planning challenges.
We knew there must be better a way – and so SWIMM was born.
Founder and President of Smart Water Services, Paul West, P.E., is a civil engineer with 22 years of professional experience in municipal water-wastewater consulting, utility management, and technology product commercialization. Mr. West has worked at local, national, and global consulting firms providing a broad range of technical and project management services: buried infrastructure planning, study, design, construction, and O&M services.
Mr. West is a subject matter expert in smart water network technologies, IoT, data analysis, and water-wastewater network modeling (i.e. calibration, surge, energy, water quality). Mr. West also serves on local and national AWWA committees.
Smart Water will showcase the new SWIMM-VFM (Virtual Flow Meter IoT) at the AWWA ACE19 Innovation Pavilion in Denver, the latest advancement in real-time water distribution network modeling. For more information, check out our April blog article.
Smart Water announces SWIMM Nex.Gen at AWWA ACE16 in Chicago, the latest advancement in remote monitoring, control, and protection of our nation’s public water infrastructure.
Smart Water announces new offering of Campbell Scientific telemetry systems, the gold standard and global leader in remote telemetry in harsh environments, with over 300,000 deployments over their 40 year history.
Sales representative to the water utility industry in the Pacific Northwest, Sound Water Services, adds SWIMM to their line card.
AWWA selects University of California Berkeley and Smart Water Services abstract for presentation at ACE15 (June 10, 2015 10:00 AM).
Butts County Water and Sewer Authority selects SWIMM turbidity event detection system for their largest water customer at a remote point in the their water distribution system network. Read the case study here.
Henry County Water Authority selects SWIMM to study pressure transients across their water distribution system network.
University of California Berkeley selects SWIMM for monumental study in country of Panama on contaminant infiltration due to pressure transients and loss of supply pressure in their water distribution networks.
AWWA ACE13 Real-time WDS Network Modeling Workshop
Presentation On Data Collection For Real-time Modeling
Consolidated Utility District selects SWIMM to improve pressures and water quality at remote points in the distribution system through intelligent flushing and pressure transient monitoring.
CH2M Hill and Cocoa Utilities Department select SWS (NewFields) to deploy real-time ODS website application and portable hydrant telemetry units to facilitate rapid model calibration project.