"Optimatics solved complex and integrated problems to develop a long term master plan for Auckland's Trunk Water Main System. This provided Watercare with the confidence and context to continue with the implementation of major capital works."
Water Industry News
Optimatics is pleased to announce that John Cowan has been appointed by the Board as CEO to lead Optimatics in its next and very promising stage of growth. John will be supported in his role by a new Board of Directors comprising Ivan Gustavino as the Chairman, company founder Dr. Graeme Dandy, and Paul Moroney. Click here to view press release.
SA Water, South Australia’s government-owned water utility, recognised that a real-time decision support tool would be valuable in assisting operators to achieve efficient and effective operation of the state’s bulk water supply system. Through this project, SA Water is seeking to minimise the economic cost and environmental impact associated with pumping large quantities of water over long distances. The resulting tool will provide network operators with a flexible system to operate the bulk water network and assist in meeting potential demands at urban and regional population centres. Click here to view Newsmaker article.
The objective of this webcast is to introduce water system managers, CFOs, planners, engineers and operations staff and consultants to the logical next step once your water or wastewater system model is complete. Integrating a formal optimization technique with a calibrated simulation model enables utilities to perform exhaustive options analyses to identify several viable low-cost solutions that meet specified service levels. The key message is that an optimization approach helps modelers develop better performing, more reliable and lower cost solutions. Simulation modeling, in contrast, relies on the modeler to develop solutions using a trial-and-error approach with often limited budget and limited time. For more details and registration click here
Water utilities under pressure to reduce capital expenditure are turning to world-leading water systems decision support to save up to 30 percent in infrastructure costs Click here to view Newsmaker article.
In support of its global growth, Optimatics has announced the appointment of Ivan Gustavino as a Director joining the Optimatics Board this month. Click here to view Newsmaker article.
In its drive to produce the water industry’s most powerful decision support tools and processes, water systems optimization company Optimatics is developing relationships with high profile software companies committed to best practice. Click here to view Newsmaker article.
Water systems optimization company Optimatics was selected to provide software and services to assist with updating the wastewater network strategic improvement program for North Shore City in New Zealand. Click here to view Newsmaker article
A problem plaguing water management is the costeffective movement of water from one place to another. Optimatics has produced optimisation software, the Water Supply System Optimisation Tool (WSS), to address the problem. Funding from Commercialisation Australia will help Optimatics Solutions to create a fully-functional software product ready for purchase by water utilities to help generate savings of 10% or more in operational and capital expenditure. Click here to view media release from Australian Government
To build on its success in the North America market, water systems optimization company Optimatics showcased its world-leading products and processes in the G’day USA water forum held in California during the week. Click here to view Newsmaker article
The study was performed by Optimatics, an international firm specializing in finding the most efficient ways to operate water systems. Click here to view The Columbian article
The North-South Interconnection System Project will enable water from the Adelaide’s southern area – including water from the desalination plant – to be used by customers throughout the Adelaide Metropolitan Water Network. Click here to view Water Engineering Australia article
To continue its profitable growth, water systems optimization company Optimatics has appointed John Cowan as its new Regional Director North America and Europe reporting to Optimatics CEO, Tim Anderson. Click here to view Newsmaker article
A major project to determine how best to integrate water from Adelaide’s new AU$1.83 billion desalination plant and improve interconnectivity within the Metropolitan Water Supply Network has been selected as the 2010 Honour Awardee in the Planning Projects category of the International Water Association (IWA) Project Innovation Awards. Click here to view Newsmaker article
In support of its global growth, Optimatics announced the appointment of Paul Moroney as a Non Executive Director to be joining the Optimatics Board this month. Click here to view Newsmaker article
The US EPA estimates that 3% of national energy consumption, equivalent to approximately 56 billion kilowatt hours (kWh), is used for drinking water and wastewater services. Click here to view Waterworld article
Adelaide, Australia - The Water Industry Alliance (WIA) has honoured Optimatics’ founders with its prestigious Chairman's Award. Click here to view Newsmaker article
The US is looking to Australia for water management solutions, both technological and bureaucratic, writes Tracy Sutherland. California and Australia share a natural bounty of sun, sand,beaches and rich farm country but the American state has something else in common with Australia that is less publicised - drought. Click here to view Australian Financial Review article
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We enable decision makers to optimize the planning, operations and management of their water and wastewater systems with our consulting, software and computer processing solutions.
Optimatics mission is empowering water and wastewater utilities to be leaders in sustainability and responsive to the needs of their communities