Advanced Technologies in Real-Time Monitoring and Modeling for Drinking Water Safety and Security. June 27-28, 2002 Ron Hunsinger Manager of Water Quality Oakland, California. East Bay Municipal Utility District.
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Advanced Technologies in Real-Time Monitoring and Modeling for Drinking Water Safety and Security
June 27-28, 2002
Manager of Water Quality
East Bay Municipal Utility District
“One of the most challenging feats for those responsible for the public health is the interpretation of information in real time with inadequate or incomplete data.”
Dr. Marcelle Layton, Head of Communicable Diseases from the New York City Bureau of Communicable Diseases (NYCDOH)
AWWRF Book “On-Line Monitoring for Drinking Water Utilities”
Design of Early Warning and Predictive Source-Water Monitoring Systems [#2527] Contractor: Walter Grayman Consulting Engineer and University of Michigan
On-line Monitoring for Drinking Water Utilities [#2545]
Contractor: AWWA Research Foundation and CRS PROAQUA
Practical Application of On-Line Monitoring [#2516]
Contractor: McGuire Environmental Consultants, Inc.
Innovative Systems for Early Warning Water Monitoring [#2779] Contractor: Kiwa N.V.
AWWARF Resources (Cont’d)Advancement Of Early Warning System Technologies – Phase 1 (RFP 2852)Contractor: To be selected (Proposals due July 15, 2002, RFP available at www.awwarf.com)Inventory and Assess Analytic Capabilities of Existing Monitoring Technologies for Use as Early Warning/Real-Time Systems TechnologiesContractor: To be determinedExtraction Methods for Early/Real-time Warning Systems for Biological AgentsContractor: To be determined