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Augmented Intelligence for Water Utilities.
Water supply networks, hospital and healthcare infrastructure, emergency services, and essential utilities. Decision makers in sections like these understand that their choices are critical for sustaining cities, municipalities, and the well-being of communities. But in times of crisis, the pressure to make the optimal choice mounts significantly, and every second counts.
Understanding the interconnections between different systems and sub-systems, planning for the impact of choices, the public response to those choices, and even events that have never happened before is essential, and only Cosmo Tech’s technology offers a complete and reliable insight into the complexity of modern crisis management.
Cosmo Tech’s applications help decision makers choose optimal strategies under pressure, thanks to the powerful augmented intelligence that is at the core of every Cosmo Tech product. Decision makers can be sure that their choices are optimal and that, given the constraints of the system, their actions are justifiable to authorities, and to the public.
Identify critical points, distribution points, and pumping stations, as well as the human resources required to service the water network in times of crisis. Run simulations to determine the optimal response to any water infrastructure crisis, either before the crisis strikes, or in real-time when under real constraints.
When every second counts, every choice has to be right, and with Cosmo Tech’s augmented intelligence, it can be.
“Given the number of factors which need to be considered when making decisions about which parts of the network to activate at any one time and the limitations of the human mind to resolve these, sub optimal results are frequently generated.”
S.K.Shanmugasundaram, ET AL – Optimization of Complex Water Supply NetworkS