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Advanced Asset Management for Municipal Water: Global Trends & Strategies, 2018 - 2027

Published by Bluefield Research Product code 616605
Published Content info 120 Pages + Data Appendix
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Advanced Asset Management for Municipal Water: Global Trends & Strategies, 2018 - 2027
Published: May 2, 2018 Content info: 120 Pages + Data Appendix
Description

Smarter, more advanced asset management strategies will save water utilities US$41.9 billion in capital expenditures by 2027. Central to this shift to more advanced solutions, is the increasing value in data collection, analytics, and visualization of network conditions and operations. From strategic platforms to tactical tools to core functions, a diverse set of companies are positioning to tackle a variety of utility painpoints.

This new report from Bluefield Research deconstructs the complex processes that municipal water utilities undertake to manage their assets. Bluefield analyzes key market drivers and inhibitors, successful strategies of early adopting utilities, and profiles over 40 innovative solution providers. This analysis is essential for companies offering capital, equipment, software platforms, and service offerings across the full lifecycle of municipal water assets.

120 Slides of Analysis + Data Appendix. Report sections include:

  • Asset Management Definition and Structure
  • Policy and Market Environment
  • Utility Approaches and Case Studies
  • Competitive Landscape & Trends
  • Market Outlook
  • Profiles of 41 companies with asset management offerings (Strategic, Tactical and Core Asset Management)

COMPANIES MENTIONED

ABB // Anglian Water // Aquam // Assetic // Atonix Digital // Baseform // Bentley Systems // Cartegraph // City of Ottawa // CityWorks // Copperleaf // Decision Lens // ESRI // Evides // Fracta // GE // HydroMax USA // i2O // IBM // ICS Consulting // IDModeling // Infor // Innovyze // Lucity // Optimatics // Oracle // PlutoAl // Powel Water // PowerPlan // SAP // Schneider Electric // SEAMS // Servelec Technologies // Siemens // Space-Time Insight // Suez // Syrinix // Trimble Water // Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission // Water Office // Xylem // Yorkshire Water

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Sections include:

  • 1. Water Asset Management Definition and Structure
  • 2. Policy and Market Environment
  • 3. Utility Approaches (includes 11 case studies)
  • 4. Competitive Landscape and Trends
  • 5. Company Profiles (41 companies offering tactical, strategic, and core asset management solutions)
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