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Uisce Éireann selects BMA’s next-gen AI decision intelligence software platform, Decisio™.

Uisce Éireann has selected UK software and AI-powered Decision-Intelligence company, BMA, and its Decisio™ platform, to provide a nationwide planning solution for optimising its bioresources strategy and operations.

UK Water Industry Awards: Further accolades for BMA's software

BMA has been selected as a finalist in 3 categories at the upcoming prestigious Water Industry Awards 2024. Taking place on 4 July 2024, this recognition is a testament to our team's hard work, dedication, and unwavering commitment to excellence in the water industry.


Scottish Water selects BMA to map its journey to Net Zero Emissions

As Net Zero takes on increased importance, water and wastewater systems are a key focus area for reducing carbon emissions. We’re thrilled that Scottish Water has selected UK software and AI-powered Decision-Intelligence company, BMA, to develop optimal decarbonisation pathways for wastewater process emissions.

BMA expands its global reach and makes its trusted Decisio™ platform available through Microsoft Storefronts

Decisio™, widely used by UK water companies including Yorkshire Water, Scottish Water, South West Water, Anglian Water and Thames Water, is now available globally through Microsoft online storefronts. BMA customers can now take advantage of the productive and trusted Microsoft cloud platforms, with streamlined deployment and management.

Empowering the UK water sector to reach Net Zero with AI-assisted decision-making

By gaining visibility of emissions across the whole operational value chain, water companies can strategically pinpoint opportunities to accelerate their journey to net zero.

BMA & five national water companies pioneer shared asset investment model

BMA once again shortlisted for an IAM Asset Management Excellence Award, this time recognising our digital innovations in the water and wastewater sector.

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.


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