Catch the joint presentation from Eos Positioning Systems® (Eos) and the New Jersey Water Association at the 2018 WaterPro Conference. This year’s event will be held at the Fort Worth Convention Center in Fort Worth, Texas.
Eos will be attending the event and providing a joint presentation on the future of high-accuracy asset management at rural water utilities, including water, wastewater, and stormwater service providers. Learn how water utilities in New Jersey, Kentucky, and around the world are using high-accuracy field workflows to build a sustainable system of record, help cut the cost of asset management, streamline regulatory compliance, and much more!
About the Session: “Easy High-Accuracy GIS”
In the past, a labor-intensive and expensive legacy workflow required costly technology, third-party contractor work, and time-consuming workflows to create a high-accuracy, regulatory-compliant GIS system of record. With the advent of the bring your own device (BYOD) market, modern Web GIS, and affordable survey-grade GPS / GNSS receiver technology, intuitive workflows, the organization has been able to stand up utilities of all sizes on a more efficient, more intuitive, highly accurate means of complying with the water act. This presentation will walk attendees through how they can adopt a modern web GIS, high-accuracy GPS workflow easily and cost-effectively to comply with the water act. It will also include successful examples of this occurring at water utilities today. To add the session to your event schedule, click here.
How to find Eos at the 2018 WaterPro Conference
Eos will be presenting a session on September 19. Eos will not be exhibiting.
Fort Worth Convention Center
Session Date & Time
Wednesday, September 19, 2018: 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM
Meet Your Speakers
Left: Rich Ash, GNSS Specialist, Eos Positioning Systems
Right: Paul Britt, Drone Pilot, New Jersey Water Association
About the 2018 WaterPro Conference
WaterPro is the annual conference of the National Rural Water Association. Join Eos and our longtime partner New Jersey Water Association among some of the leading minds in water and wastewater utility systems. The event draws innovative water professionals from utilities large and small, municipal and rural. Catch some of the many session topics including technology innovation, operations, management, boardsmanship, governance and more.
For more details about the event, click here.