Case Study: Small Oceanside Town Improves its Lift Station Monitoring with High Tide Technologies

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Located 8 miles from the Atlantic Ocean, the town of Berlin, Maryland, serves a population of about 5,000 people with roughly 2,000 water connections. The utility recently sought a new technology to better monitor its lift stations and replace its outdated procedure of using landline alarm auto-dialers to notify employees of an alarm event.

See how this utility implemented a cloud-based SCADA system for their lift stations and how they use analytics to do preventative maintenance on their system.

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