Event Detection

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Archived Webinar: Water Analytics and Anomaly Detection with BlueBox

Hi WaterFront followers, The archived webinar is now available for your viewing pleasure below (I apologize for the quality as the recording software has some limitations). The webinar is broken into (3) clips: BlueBox, Case Study – Philadelphia Water Department, Q&A session. Presenters were: Oren Blonder, product marketing manager, Whitewater John Vogtman, water quality engineer, … Continue reading

How Do I Know That My Model Is Accurate?

Here is the second water quality monitoring post by guest blogger, Eyal Brill PhD, who is the Chief Scientist and Developer of the BlueBox Intelligent Event Detection System for Whitewater’s Quality and Security Division, and Professor at the Holon Institute of Technololgy in Israel. Models for water quality event detection are mainly statistical models. They … Continue reading

Lessons Learned: Analyzing a Complex Multi-Site Monitoring Network for Utility A

This article, written by Edwin Roehl, CTO (primary) and John Cook, CEO (secondary) of Advanced Data Mining Intn’l, describes yet another, more complex, case study of Utility A in which data from upstream monitoring sites are used to account for water quality (WQ) variability at a “target site” that, if unaccounted for, “appears” to vary … Continue reading

Lessons Learned: Multi-Site Monitoring to Filter Out Signal Variability for Event Detection – Case 1

Here is another post in the water quality and water security blog series “Lessons Learned” by John Cook and Edwin Roehl Jr from their research at ADMI.  This specific post was penned by Edwin with John serving as co-author. As was demonstrated in an earlier blog posting, there is considerable “apparent randomness” in signals to … Continue reading

Myth and Fact: Water Quality Measurements and Normal Distribution

Hi Water Quality and Water Security Followers, We have another series dealing with Water Quality that will feature Eyal Brill, PhD. He is the Chief Developer of the BlueBox Intelligent Event Detection System from Whitewater’s Quality and Security Division and Professor at Holon Institute of Technology. He will be providing us with his insights on statistics … Continue reading

Initial Survey Results: Perceived Value of Online Water Quality Monitoring

Water utilities serving more than 25 million customers from around the globe – USA, Latin American, Australia, Asia and across Europe – participated in this survey, which aims to shed some light on the current status and potential value of online water network monitoring. What are the key findings? From a preliminary analysis, it appears that most … Continue reading

Lessons Learned Series: Water Quality Part 1- Reconciling Finished Water with Distribution System Water Quality

Hi Fellow Bloggers, John Cook, CEO of ADMI is providing us with a look at lessons learned in his water quality research. The work will be presented in a more concise, palatable series.  The series will be broken down into 5 main themes: Reconciling Finished Water with Distribution System Water The critical importance of sampling frequency … Continue reading

Whitewater’s finally entered the blogosphere

Hi There Everyone! I would like to use this blog as a place for industry wide collaboration on top issues in the world of water quality and security.  There will be analysis of current events, guest blogging, polls, industry events, regulatory updates and much more!! WOW! I can finally catch my breath. Whitewater just finished … Continue reading