Season’s Greetings from inCTRL Solutions and the Water & Energy Department at ifak! We wish you and your loved ones a happy holiday season and all the best for the coming year! inCTRL and our partners at ifak had a
inCTRL’s CEO Leiv Rieger was appointed a fellow of the International Water Association. Being an IWA Fellow is a recognition of sustained outstanding contribution to the profession. List of IWA Fellows
WEFTEC.16 Program II: Leiv Rieger, CEO of inCTRL, was appointed as member of WEF’s Municipal Symposium. Leiv will support the chairs Diego Rosso and Jose Jimenez to prepare another outstanding WEFTEC program.
Last week we gave a successful 2-day training course on SIMBA# to Toronto Water staff. Great group with lots of fun.
MWH started to use SIMBA#. We are excited to have another major player using our simulation platform.
Oliver Schraa, the CTO of inCTRL Solutions, is the incoming Vice-Chair for the Facility Operations Symposia Program within Plant Operations & Maintenance Committee. Oliver will be working with the chair, Christine DeBarbadillo from DC Water, to develop the Facility Operations
inCTRL had a busy and exciting week at the recent WEFTEC conference in Chicago, IL. Here is a summary of our activities: Friday, September 25, 2015: • On the Friday before WEFTEC, we organized an Aeration System Modeling Workshop for
inCTRL’s CEO Leiv Rieger and co-authors will receive the prestigious WEF Eddy Wastewater Principles/Processes Medal for their paper “Ammonia-Based Feedforward and Feedback Aeration Control in Activated Sludge Processes” from the Water Environment Federation (WEF). The award will be presented during
Dr. Jens Alex from ifak spent a full week at the inCTRL offices to work on exciting new features for the next SIMBA# release. Several of these advancements are real game changers! So watch out for our posts with more
The first day of our development week finished with the completion of a new CSTR block integrating the industries most advanced oxygen transfer models, animating the block icon depending on airflow, and implementing a new primary clarifier model. Resource consumption: