BlueConduit will discuss "Visualizing and Communicating the Water Pipe Replacement Program Progress in Flint, Michigan" on 4/30 at part of OmniSci's Virtual Summit. Jared Webb and Eric Schwartz of BlueConduit will present alongside Stacy Woods from NRDC. Register here.


In this session, they’ll discuss how a predictive algorithm helped the City of Flint focus their service line (water pipe) investigations in the areas at highest risk for having lead or galvanized steel service lines. They’ll discuss our work (in progress) to create a public map using best visual data and public health communication practices that, when completed, will allow Flint residents to visualize the predictive model outcomes and the pipe replacement progress in the city.


OmniSci is the pioneer in accelerated analytics. OmniSci’s Virtual Summit will feature live demos and webinars, on-demand content and sessions released daily.



BlueConduit is excited to join the Association of State Drinking Water Administrators and Lead Service Line Replacement Collaborative's webinar on the use of predictive modeling for lead service line inventories. Eric Schwartz will be presenting alongside Michigan EGLE"s Eric Oswald to talk about the use of predictive modeling in Michigan. The webinar is Friday, April 10, 2020 at 1:00 PM ET. You can register for the webinar here.





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