Franklin, Agnes & Fish: Why the UK water sector needs Adaptive Systems Planning
The New Storms List, first launched by the UK Met Office in Autumn 2015 as a means of improving communication and public awareness, gives names to any storms with the potential to cause an amber or red warning.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) had predicted that there would be 14 to 21 named storms this year, a number that makes 2023 an above-average year for storms. But how effective are we at predicting storms?
Digitalisation and technological innovation provide the foundation for a national UK Bioresources Model
With the increase in complex challenges such as climate change and population growth, greater certainty is needed around the long-term approach for managing sludge and bioresources to support the delivery of national policies and deliver improved environmental outcomes. More creative and innovative solutions are required.
Navigate uncertainty and complexity with BMA's Decisio Cloud for Water to ensure a resilient water environment
Today’s water and wastewater companies have a challenging journey ahead as they seek to deliver reliable, high-quality, and affordable services to their customers while reducing carbon emissions and improving the resilience of their networks.
Accelerating decarbonisation: A roadmap to net zero
What if we could decarbonise by 2040, or sooner? The transition to net zero demands an integrated response. With vast networks of existing asset infrastructure needing to be re-purposed, BMA’s new technologies are being introduced to the systems of many asset-intensive companies and speeding up the process.
BMA selected to represent the UK to drive innovation in Net Zero and Resilience challenges
Funded by the UK Department for Science, Innovation, and Technology (DSIT), high-level critical stakeholders were chosen from academia, the private sector, and the public sector to take part in the UK-led Connected Places Catapult programme. BMA was selected as the only UK company specialising in decision intelligence and AI technology in the area of whole systems planning to solve the world’s biggest climate challenges.
Turning away from fossil fuels to sustainable energy is a complex journey. BMA helped National Grid look at thousands of potential scenarios every week to successfully identify the optimal roadmap to hydrogen.
How will water companies deliver their leakage targets of today whilst building resilience for the future? Using BMA technology, water companies are able to build models to visualise, analyse and optimise complex asset systems and understand the true complexity of the problem.