Managing and Protecting Water Resources

There are crucial elements to ensuring the availability of your water supply of clean and safe water. Using a comprehensive approach to optimize planning is a key first step. Addressing non-revenue water, implementing reuse options, and managing stormwater are effective options in reducing water shortages. A digital approach should be top of mind to increase and maintain efficiency and improve sustainability.

Utilities can deploy multiple solutions using the smart utility network to address their current and future needs, including:

Real Losses

Acoustic Monitoring

Detect flow by listening to the distribution system and analyzing the data to determine if a leak condition exists so you can quickly investigate and make repairs before major problems occur.

District Metering

Using new technology you can quickly and easily build District metering areas to more effectively monitor the water supplied and consumed allowing you to manage non-revenue water (real loss) leak detection.

Remote Connect/Disconnect Meter

An integrated three state valve allows you to remotely manage your water system to ensure quick response for leaks and in emergency response situations. Managing water loss has never been easier or safer.

Water Loss Management

Pinpoint where flow anomalies like leaks and bursts occur, detect harmful transients, and understand baseline water balance on a single, sensor-agnostic platform.

Apparent Losses

Revenue Locator

Apparent water loss can account for up to 2% of a utility’s operating revenue. Reduce apparent loss and increase revenue by identifying individual meter inaccuracies and help prioritize meter replacement.