OPTI STOPS FLOODS BEFORE THEY START: WITH THE POWER OF PARTICLE

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OPTI STOPS FLOODS BEFORE THEY START: WITH THE POWER OF PARTICLE

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So, with the increasing threat of severe precipitation, the continuing need for improvement, and the unforgiving fiscal environment, municipalities find themselves grasping for ways to do more with less.

Those in the field of stormwater management.

Seeing this disconnect between increasing needs and decreasing means, Opti has developed a way to make stormwater infrastructure perform better. Their Continuous Monitoring and Adaptive Control (CMAC) system uses cloud-connected sensors and remote-controlled actuators to preempt surge and overflow events in stormwater storage systems.

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Opti also utilizes a standard suite of hardware for their platform, which can be configured in a number of different ways. This allows for their platform to interface with a wide variety of different infrastructures, and makes it easy for municipalities and private commercial customers to slowly scale its deployment by reducing the complexity of the watershed-scale solution.
After selecting Particle, Opti went about integrating the Electron with their existing CMAC platform and getting their new units deployed in the field. What Bedig and the rest of the Opti team found with Particle was a resounding success. Perhaps most importantly, the Particle-based solution was faster and more responsive than their previous version. However, because they were on a tight time schedule, their time to market was also mission critical.
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