Through a strategic partnership with SCG Flowmetrix Technical Services, infinitii ai has made the first sale of its infinitii flowworks pro Machine Learning software.
The software was sold as part of a contract to provide Consulting Services for Flow and Rainfall Data Delivery to the Region of Peel, Ontario. The multi-year project will include the installation of over 350 sensors throughout Peel Region’s sewer network and more than 30 rain gauges to monitor and collect data for hydraulic modelling, capacity assessments, inflow and infiltration remediation, flood forecasting, regulatory reporting requirements, and more.
Real-time data will provide critical and actionable information during extreme weather events and will enable Peel Region to proactively plan sewer network maintenance.
“Over one billion points of data will be captured and analyzed over the life of this project, and advanced machine-learning and quality assurance software will drive more actionable insights for Peel Region,” said Sam Mills, Vice President at SCG Flowmetrix.
Launched in mid-October at the WEFTEC 2022 water industry tradeshow in New Orleans, infinitii flowworks pro offers infinitii ai’s most advanced Machine Learning capabilities including infinitii face pro, a streaming analytics application for data transformation that allows users to add logic and algorithms for real-time processing and operationalizing production-ready models generating new data or output events including predictions.
"infinitii ai’s sale to the Region of Peel is evidence of our strengthened partnership with SCG Flowmetrix. The highly complementary combination of our cutting-edge software with their advanced engineering technology and consulting services has resulted in this win. This sales achievement is a validation of our new AI-driven product portfolio for water infrastructure projects,” stated Jean Charles Phaneuf, CEO of infinitii ai.
The Region of Peel is also deploying infinitii auto qa/qc to perform Quality Assurance and Quality Control on any sensor data outliers that may distort results or trigger false alerts, and infinitii auto i&i for detailed analysis of storm events.
The Region of Peel provides water and wastewater services to 1.5 million residents and over 175,000 businesses in the City of Brampton, City of Mississauga and Town of Caledon, Ontario, and handles 240 billion litres of water per year, equivalent to 263 Olympic swimming pools each day, through 3,723 kms of pipe.
“We’ve been working with infinitii ai since 2016 starting with the City of Toronto on Sewer and Rainfall monitoring projects,” said Mills. “As our partnership expanded we noted infinitii ai’s R&D push into Machine Learning, with the ability to deliver highly accurate and insightful flow measurement-related data for capacity assessments, inflow and infiltration studies, and water loss control.”