Innovative aquatic management company, VivoAquatics, has created the industry’s first aquatic management system. VivoPoint has been designed to help venues improve water safety, increase efficiency and reduce operating costs.
The advanced “smart” technology platform is a unique combination of chemical feeders and a cloud-based system that analyses data and alerts operators with real time alarms and status reports.
It also allows service providers to automate maintenance operations via record keeping and documentation of equipment specifications and warranty information.
VivoPoint was developed in response to the increasing challenges faced by operators to mitigate litigation risk, maintain compliance with local and federal regulations while reducing costs and striving to improve the guest experience.
VivoAquatics worked with a number of resorts, hotels, multi-family housing REITs, municipalities, fitness clubs and waterparks including those operating under the Marriott, Starwood, Wet’n’Wild and MGM Resorts International brands.
“Brands are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars per property to manage their aquatic features, and face significant challenges as water becomes more scarce, energy and maintenance costs more costly and guests more demanding, ” observes Willan Johnson, CEO of VivoAquatics.
“VivoPoint will automate many of the manual tasks as well provide management with the analytical tools to make more informed decisions.”
“VivoAquatics and the VivoPoint platform has been a big part of our aquatic success, ” added Alan Otlo, Director of Engineering at the St. Regis Deer Valley and formerly Director at the Sheraton Kona.
“We have used the systems across multiple properties and the platform allows us to save on operating costs and improve the quality of the water, while the remote monitoring allows our team to pre-empt any issues.”
Image of Wet ‘n’ Wild Las Vegas kind courtesy VivoAquatics