How Big Data is Changing Big Water

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Billions of dollars are lost each year by not conserving industrial water.

These are ten facts that may surprise you about how industry manages water and chemicals. Learn what happens when we leave a world of manual data collection and arrive to a state of real-time monitoring and analytics.

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Join us for a webcast on June 6th to discuss these big data opportunities in water and chemicals management. We’ll have featured panel guests from MIT and Praxair joining us to discuss this next evolution in our industry.

Register here:

http://video.webcasts.com/events/pmny001/viewer/index.jsp?eventid=46282&adid=slideshare

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How Big Data is Changing Big Water

  1. GE POWER & WATERWater & Process TechnologiesHOW BIG DATAIS CHANGINGBIG WATER
  2. 2Where intelligent machines, real-time actionable data andenhanced processes are the norm in water reuse.Where the latest technologies can take your business to thenext level of productivity and efficiency.Where traditional barriers are now opportunities to be better.
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  9. 9Big Data = Big Opportunity:A Live Discussion about how the Industrial Internetcan Improve Water and Process ManagementJune 6, 2013
11:00am-12:15pm ETCLICK BELOW TO REGISTERhttp://video.webcasts.com/events/pmny001/viewer/index.jsp?eventid=46282&adid=slideshare”

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