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Smart Water in the Mainstream // SWAN Presentation

12 May 2016
Analyst Perspective

Bluefield is seeing positive signs for Smart Water as the industry begins to shift niche/vendor-driven activity to multi-segment/utility-driven that will expand innovation impact.  Traditional players herd toward higher margins with network analytics, but greater innovation may happen through more diverse partnerships in other segments as well.

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