Due to concerns regarding data integrity and potential impact on their process and reputation, the Town of Clifton Park, NY Water Authority decided to replace their old software. The legacy software had issues with intermittent communications and trend archiving, posing a risk to the highly regulated drinking water treatment process.
Modern water treatment facilities can operate sophisticated and sometimes very costly water and wastewater networks and sewage treatment plants, which are usually run by a public utility organization or municipality.
Lincoln Water, located in Maine, was in need of upgrading their legacy National Instruments data collection system and were looking for a modern platform to sustain their systems for the future.
Irrigation Automation Company needed a way to visualize and control real-time data to improve efficiency and performance of pivots out in the field, while allowing farmers the ability to communicate via a mobile device, iPad or iPhone. They searched for a complete software package that provided the necessary connectivity, communications, report generation, and graphic displays all-in-one.