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OptiRTC is an American technology company that has developed a software as a service platform for civil infrastructure. The OptiRTC platform is a cloud-native platform that integrates sensors, forecasts, and environmental contexts to actively control stormwater infrastructure. The OptiRTC platform is built on Microsoft Azure and uses internet of things technology to predicatively manage distributed water systems.
In November 2013, the OptiRTC team was assigned a patent for "Combined water storage and detention system and method of precipitation harvesting and management" that was co-invented by Marcus Quigley.
In January 2015, the Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) published a research paper on High Performance Green Infrastructure, which focused primarily on distributed real-time control of stormwater infrastructure.
In January 2016, Opti began working with Particle to provide the communications layer for Opti's products.
- OptiRTC Platform Retrieved January 02, 2015
- 5 Innovations in Cyber-Water Retrieved August 22, 2016
- Internet of Everything Meets Water Retrieved December 30, 2014
- Geosyntec, ioBridge to Develop Storm Water Management Technology Retrieved January 03, 2015
- OptiRTC Patent Retrieved August 24, 2015
- NYC EDC Selects Opti Technology Retrieved August 24, 2015
- OptiRTC Inc Formed Retrieved December 30, 2014
- WERF Report Retrieved January 11, 2015
- How Opti Leverages the IoT to Improve Stormwater Management Retrieved August 18, 2016
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