Watts Vice President, Global Electronics and Water Quality Platforms Nick Ganzon likens the industry’s involvement in product connectivity in commercial settings, particularly premise plumbing systems in health-care facilities, to a baseball game.
“In terms of connectivity and talking about water-borne pathogens in systems, we probably are in the first or second innings,” he said. “It’s early. Building automation systems typically are used with electrical and fire suppression. There’s not a lot going on right now with premise plumbing.”