Network communications between their control centers and critical remote sites were based on radio technology. Because radio was unreliable and had limited range, they began to enable a wired fiber connection to these critical remote sites, which proved to be extremely expensive.
After ensuring a data connection with a working proof of concept in their internal lab, the Airwall Solution was deployed to 15 of their critical remote sites. These sites were able to share data on pressure, flow, level, valve position, and more at a fraction of the cost of a wired fiber connection.
GLWA successfully established a data connection to their critical remote sites, and expanded use across both freshwater and wastewater critical infrastructure. The organization was able to accomplish this easily, cost-effectively, and at-scale.