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Opti (OptiRTC)

United States
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11 - 50
Opti is building the Internet of Stormwater to protect our water resources.
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Stormwater management is one of the most pressing urban environmental issues in the developed world. In the US alone, we discharge over 900 billion gallons of raw sewage into natural bodies every year due to combined sewer overflows. In addition, stormwater runoff can carry pollutants from urban and agricultural land into natural water bodies, resulting in eutrophication. Furthermore, due to urbanization, stormwater often flows too quickly into local water bodies, stirring up sediment and wreaking havoc on local species.

These issues, and others, are consequences of the timing and flow rate of stormwater release. Opti automatically controls when and how fast stormwater flows. This simple intervention can have a massive impact on the health of our water ecosystem.

Opti started in 2007, when we needed a better way to manage the water flowing in and out of a salt marsh in the Northeast. To solve this problem, we embedded a web server on a control board and integrated internet-based information into the logic for a pneumatic valve to manage the inflow and outflow from a salt marsh. It worked. The system achieved the goals of the NOAA funded research project, and it improved the health of the salt marsh.

We realized then that the integration of on-site sensor and weather forecast information into control logic of distributed systems had broad applications for improving the performance of engineered environmental systems. But doing so safely at a citywide scale, would require us to adopt new approaches to infrastructure specification, information management, network communications, and software development. We began, and continue to develop, the platform we now know as Opti on the Microsoft Azure cloud because it continues to lead the way in robust, redundant, and secure cloud platforms.

Along the way, we collected a strong group of partners, completed a three-year WERF research study, patented some of our algorithms, and deployed projects throughout the US. We were growing quickly, and the need was greater than we could handle inside Geosyntec Consultants. We forged a partnership with MissionPoint Partners and in 2014 struck out as an independent company to focus our efforts where our platform could make the highest impact - optimizing stormwater management.
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Software that ingests data and visualises it to generate insights to answer specific questions
Platforms that facilitate and allow application developments for specific use cases and/or client requirements.
Bringing together software, hardware, middleware, and infrastructure components to build an end-to-end solution based on specific client requirements.
Number of Case Studies10
Wetland Sewer Overflow Reduction
Wetland Sewer Overflow Reduction
The City of St. Joseph needed high-value solutions to reduce combined sewer overflows as a component of a large program to address regulatory requirements. During the design and construction of a wetland park, intelligent stormwater infrastructure was chosen to attenuate peak flows and help reduce wet-weather flow to the combined sewer.
Rainwater Harvesting System Minimizes Wet-Weather Discharge
Rainwater Harvesting System Minimizes Wet-Weather Discharge
The USEPA and General Service Administration upgraded an existing 6,000-gallon capacity rainwater harvesting system at the USEPA headquarters to minimize wet-weather discharge while maintaining water availability for irrigation.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden Ponds: OptiNimbus for Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction
Brooklyn Botanic Garden Ponds: OptiNimbus for Combined Sewer Overflow Reduction
Brooklyn Botanic Garden sought a comprehensive site water harvesting and recirculation system to maintain its landscape, water features, and special tree and plant species while minimizing impacts on the environment by reducing wet-weather discharge.
Number of News Items1
The Path To Resilience — Companies Leading The Digital Revolution In Water
Water Online - 20 Mar, 2019
Referenced Companies: OSIsoft, Teledyne e2v, OptiRTC Opti
Keywords: Sensors, Big Data, Sensor, Predictive Services, VISION
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Number of Partners1
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