As more communities develop potable reuse projects that add purified water directly to drinking water systems, real-time monitoring of systems is more important than ever. Join us on July 24 at 2 pm ET to learn about a new Water Research Foundation research project that developed a Decision Support Tool to help utility operators and managers take appropriate real-time actions based on anomalies and events at critical control points. The research identified available online sensor technologies that have potential for direct potable reuse (DPR) and conducted risk analysis to determine the necessary sensor platforms and sensitivity required to ensure compliance, safety and identify process anomalies. The Decision Support Tool aggregates information from the group of detectors into an easy to use dashboard for operators. The presentation will cover information on sensors and the prototype of the Decision Support Tool and how utilities can benefit from this approach. While the research focused on DPR, the concepts developed can be applied to many drinking water, water reclamation, or recycled water facilities or systems.