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VivoAquatics launches AI chat interface to help clients solve water and aquatic management challenges faster

Vivo Aquatic Group

This latest AI breakthrough in water management rolls a maintenance technician, chemist and sustainability expert into one accessible tool.

LOS ANGELES – VivoAquatics, a leading provider of innovative water safety, compliance and sustainability solutions, announced the launch of Blu, the company’s newest innovation in artificial intelligence (AI). Available to VivoAquatics’ customers spanning hotels, resorts, fitness centers and other commercial facilities, this sophisticated chat platform provides users with a wide-ranging knowledge repository.

Blu is programmed to deliver timely, in-depth and personalized guidance for addressing both routine and intricate challenges in managing water across a facility, whether it be troubleshooting a water chemistry issue on a swimming pool or evaluating an underground leak. A one-stop solution for facility engineers who manage swimming pools and closed loop water applications, Blu is available 24/7 to facilitate problem-solving, minimize dependence on external consultations and expedite decision-making – all of which is especially needed in markets challenged by staffing shortages and limited on-site expertise.

“VivoAquatics is uniquely capable of offering such a powerful tool,” said Willan Johnson, CEO of VivoAquatics. “With more than a hundred million data points captured from IoT sensors, hundreds of thousands of product transactions and a deep proprietary knowledge base, our development team has worked hard to train our AI model to be the most accurate and helpful resource. This is but the first iteration of Blu, and we look forward to working with our industry partners to implement and refine it and move towards making it a foundational part of our overall solution set.”

Blu helps eliminate pain points faced by engineers including delays or uncertainties when searching for solutions to urgent or routine issues, the high costs associated with regular professional maintenance services and the challenge of receiving generic advice that doesn’t take into consideration the unique elements of each amenity (i.e., pools, spas, water features) or engineering function.

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