2021 Intelligent Water Systems Challenge
The Leaders Innovation Forum for Technology (LIFT) program, a joint effort of The Water Research Foundation (WRF) and the Water Environment Federation (WEF), is holding the third annual Intelligent Water Systems Challenge to demonstrate the value of intelligent water systems to utilities and thereby foster the adoption of smart water technologies. The Challenge gives students, professionals, and technology aficionados the opportunity to showcase their talents and innovation, with a focus on leveraging data using the best available tools to help utilities better understand the dynamics of complex systems and make better decisions.
Clean Water Services, Oregon and Princeton University
Topic: Utilizing Soft Sensor System for Process Control and Optimization
2nd Place - Washington University in St. Louis, American Bottoms Wastewater Treatment Plant, Illinois, and Greeley and Hansen
Topic: Data-Driven Optimization of Neutralizer pH Control in a Wastewater Treatment Plant
3rd Place – Clean Water Services, Oregon
Topic: Intelligent Influent Flow Management