Black & Veatch joins forces with artificial intelligence firm to target UK water

February 23, 2019

Engineering consultancy, Black & Veatch, has joined forces with Canadian artificial intelligence (AI) developer, Emagin, in a bid to provide advanced operation and asset management control to the UK water sector. The consultancy said the partnership’s offering will “ensure quality and service are undiminished in the face of falling revenues and intense regulatory scrutiny.”


Black and Veatch anticipates its track record in design, construction, and assets maintenance for “virtually all the UK’s water companies,” leave it “ideally placed to understand how cutting-edge AI technologies, like those offered by Emagin, will deliver significant benefits.”


It said the Emagin AI technology enables water companies to learn from past patterns, predict events and optimise operations.


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