A new tech partnership between an artificial intelligence company and Miami-Dade County will identify large industrial and commercial water users not paying full water costs.
The four-month pilot program between the county and Olea Edge Analytics will analyze the water meters of 25 commercial water companies for defective monitoring. It could save taxpayers millions as the initiative in Atlanta identified $10 million in potential revenue during a three-month trial.
“Through these public-private partnerships, we are leveraging tech solutions and innovation to build a stronger, more resilient Miami-Dade – while investing in the jobs of the future,” said Mayor Daniella Levine Cava.
– Anne Geggis, Florida Politics