Digitization paves the way towards future-proofing water utilities

Originally aired November 15, 2023

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In the current economy, all water and wastewater utilities are aiming toward sustainability and resiliency as top priority ambitions. However, major challenges linked to increased regulations, aging infrastructure, ability to analyze data at an enterprise level, and external pressures to quickly transition toward a net zero emissions provider make this difficult. Thankfully, the use of digital solutions is enabling countless industrial players to enter the new era of Industry 4.0 to tackle these challenges.

Please join our webinar to hear from experts on how you can enable your operations to join the digital transformation and create efficient, sustainable, and future-ready operations. You will hear about the technology and solutions available, use case scenarios to help you justify this investment, and recommendations on how to implement at your facility.

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Gary L.S. Wong, P.Eng., MBA, CPA Global Industry Principal, Infrastructure & Water, AVEVA

Gary Wong is the Global Industry Principal of Infrastructure and Water at AVEVA, a leader in real-time, industrial, performance intelligence. He leads their global water, smart cities, data centers, and facilities businesses and has 25 years of extensive international experience providing sustainable, strategic and cost-effective digital solutions. Prior to joining AVEVA, he has held positions with OSIsoft, Metro Vancouver and as a consultant directing both public and private sectors on operations, digital transformation, planning, sustainability, and engineering. Mr. Wong is also the Chairman Emeritus of the Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN) Americas Alliance and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering, is registered as a Professional Engineer in Computer Engineering, holds an M.B.A. from the Queen’s School of Business and is also a Chartered Professional Accountant.


Tiffany Gispanski is a Water & Wastewater Business Development Leader at Schneider Electric

Tiffany Gispanski is a Water & Wastewater Business Development Leader at Schneider Electric, a leader in digital transformation and sustainability solutions. She has held various roles in her tenure with Schneider, including Industrial Sales Executive in both Florida and California, and National Software Strategic Pursuits Leader for Water and Wastewater, where she led Schneider’s digital solution strategy. Tiffany has 15 years of experience providing comprehensive, strategic solutions to industrial, power, and water utility end users and their full ecosystem of value chain players. Prior to joining Schneider, she worked as an engineer for Siemens Energy, focusing on critical power infrastructure in the U.S., but often traveled internationally to collaborate and harmonize processes to capture efficiencies for the U.S. market. Tiffany holds a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering and passionately advocates for water conservation and sustainability, reflecting her personal commitment to water and nature-related hobbies


Jesse Osborne
Chief Editor
Water Technology