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When managing a water distribution network, it is crucial to ensure proper operation. Effectively operating a system can help determine the capacity to extend service and energy management, while identifying opportunities to reduce non-revenue water. It is also important to understand how to best respond to emergency situations such as pipe breaks or fires. 

OpenFlows WaterGEMS has specific tools targeting the operation of water distribution networks. Leveraging these tools can ensure the best management of the system.

Join us for a free webinar and see for yourself how OpenFlows WaterGEMS tools can save time and money in the operation of your water distribution network.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How to understand a network’s capacity to extend service
  • How to use built-in tools for energy management and non-revenue water reduction
  • How to respond in an emergency such as pipe breaks or fire

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Webinar Presenters

Tom Walski

Tom Walski

Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE,

Bentley Systems

Thomas Walski is a senior product manager at Bentley Systems, Inc. He has 40 years of experience in applied hydraulics. He is the author of hundreds of journal papers and conference presentations, and is the author or co-author of several books. He has won numerous awards for his work, such as the best distribution and plant operation paper in the Journal AWWA on three occasions. In addition to developing software, he has served as a distribution system operations manager, engineering manager for a large water company, executive director at a regional sewer system and a university professor.

Linsey Bowersox

Linsey Bowersox

Product Sales Engineer,  Water Infrastructure 

Virtuosity, a Bentley Company

Linsey Bowersox joined Virtuosity in 2021 as a Product Sales Engineer. She is focused on finding the best hydraulic and hydrologic solutions for professionals across North America. After obtaining her B.S. in Civil Engineering from Bucknell University in 2017, Linsey worked as a water resource engineer specializing in stream restoration, stormwater management, and drainage design. As a Product Sales Engineer, she is now able to use her technical background in the water industry to help find solutions that improve workflow and drive innovation.