IBM said the city of South Bend, Ind., is using the company’s Intelligent Operations Center for Smarter Cities software-as-a-service to overhaul its water management system as a way to preserve public health and save the city hundreds of millions of dollars.

South Bend is the first city in the world to manage its water systems in the cloud, according to IBM. The University of Notre Dame is helping the city with research and early development of a system that helps proactively manage combined sewer monitoring and control, one of the biggest resource issues for cities.

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