The Twin Oaks branch of the Austin Public Library wanted to upgrade its existing rainwater harvesting system to improve its wet-weather performance.
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BuildingsCities & Municipalities
- USE CASES
Intelligent Urban Water Supply ManagementSmart City Operations
Twin Oaks branch of the Austin Public Library
- CONNECTIVITY PROTOCOLS
Opti improved the existing rainwater harvesting system by retrofitting it with OptiNimbus. The intelligent system optimizes the collection of rainwater based on forecasted weather conditions, minimizes wet-weather discharge, and controls the onsite irrigation system. This results in potable water savings, improved utilization of the downstream water quality facilities, and improved wet-weather performance. OptiNimbus dramatically improved the function and return on investment of the existing rainwater harvesting system at the Twin Oaks Library.
- DATA COLLECTED
Water Level, Water Quality, Weather
- OPERATIONAL IMPACT
Impact #1 [Financial Growth - ROI]
Impact #2 [Efficiency Improvement - Operation]
Improved wet-weather performance
Impact #3 [Efficiency Improvement - Asset Utilization]
Improved utilization of downstream water quality
- QUANTITATIVE BENEFIT