The Water Technology Workshop can help you and your team achieve your hours of required continuing education. This FREE half-day event offers 4 hours of DEQ certified continuing education on Wednesday, May 10, 2023, in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
"I've been in this industry for over 30 years. This is the best class I've ever been to." -Workshop Attendee
Capturing Field Data – This segment will provide an overview of options for capturing operational field data including tower levels, flow rates and pressures. Operators will learn how field data can be captured manually using a mobile app or captured in an automated method using remote monitoring. Also learn how alarm cry-outs can be used to alert operators of specific operational conditions like low tank levels, low pressures, or pumps turning on/off. A live demonstration of this technology will be provided.
Best of Both Worlds: Local SCADA Plus Data Historian - This segment will provide an overview of how water operators can leverage a data historian to gain more operational benefits out of their existing SCADA. Operators will learn how SCADA data can be captured into a data historian to provide mobile/remote visibility of their system performance, as well as better alarming and graphing tools. Learn how these tools can help pinpoint issues as soon as they occur and minimize drive time. See examples of how this technology is helping other operators to determine whether your operation could benefit from a data historian being added to your existing SCADA system.
Useful IT & Cybersecurity Tips – This segment will provide system managers with tips from IT and cybersecurity easy steps they can take to make their office computers and systems more stable and secure. Experts will also go over suggestions for the types of computers, hardware and software that operators should procure as they look to upgrade their systems. Open Q&A session for attendees to ask specific questions.
Reducing Water Loss – Learn how systems are quickly and cost-effectively reducing water loss and improving system reliability. The new water leak detection solution provides operators with 24x7 visibility to the pressures throughout their system. Learn how to identify and locate leaks in real time, identify water hammer issues and identify potential unauthorized usage. A live demonstration of water systems using this technology and case studies showing real results will be included.
Chlorine Analyzers– This segment will provide an overview of a new cost-effective chlorine analyzer that requires minimal routine maintenance. Water and wastewater operators will learn how the chlorine analyzer works and how it can be tied into SCADA. They will also learn how they can create alerts off of the chlorine analyzer. Operators will have the opportunity to ask questions.
Driving Change – Is your organization struggling with how to implement change to improve operations? This segment will provide tips and best practices to help with driving change within your organization. Topics will include how to obtain buy-in from the entire organization from office administrators to field staff/operators to board members. Tips on how to create a working environment that encourages new ideas and problem solving will empower attendees to be proactive in driving change. Hear experiences from seasoned system managers on how to deal with specific challenges that stall progress within water districts and municipalities.
Who Should Attend?
Oklahoma water operators, system managers and board members representing rural water districts, cities and municipalities will benefit from this training. The small group setting (~30 attendees) helps to promote engaging conversations about topics that matter between peers and experts.
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Water Technology Workshop
Wednesday, May 10, 2022
7:15AM to 12:00PM
eLynx Training Center
2431 E 61st St, Suite 660
Tulsa, OK 74136
7:15 AM - Breakfast Sponsored by eLynx Water Solutions
7:30 AM - Introductions
7:45 AM - Capturing Field Data
8:15 AM – Best of Both Worlds: Local SCADA Plus Data Historian
9:00 AM - Useful IT & Cybersecurity Tips
9:45 AM - Reducing Water Loss
10:30 AM – Chlorine Analyzers
11:15 AM - Driving Change
We hope to see you there!
September 18, 2023