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
In the backdrop of British Water and MATIMOP’s recent water agreement facilitating cooperation on global water tenders and bilateral technologies’ access, I conducted an interview with Israel Shamay, MATIMOP’s Director of European Cooperation to hear his thoughts on the role of governments in promoting new water technologies and exports. First, a quick background on the … Continue reading
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
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
Hi Water Quality and Water Security Bloggers, A topic of recent interest, and being actively discussed on this blog, linkedin’s Water Security and Water Industry Process Automation and Control groups, as well as by market analysts is the Smart Water Network. Here is another F&S presentation highlighting 3 key issues: 1) Issues of Water and … Continue reading
This is the second installment by John Cook and Edwin A. Rohl, Jr. of Advanced Data Mining International. Their water quality research has enormous impacts to water security and event detection to improve the knowledge of operators, and ultimately provide benefits to public health. I hope you enjoy! “Spot” sampling is a common practice in the water … Continue reading
An oil leak coming from a Commerce City refinery is spilling a dangerous cancer-causing chemical into a nearby creek. On Thursday night, the Environmental Protection Agency said benzene levels in Sand Creek are 400 times the amount for drinking water standards.