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Does your network run with unique, cutting edge technology that provides industry-leading accurate and near-real-time data? iPERL™ is a next generation, solid-state water meter with integrated bi-directional communications capabilities ensuring near-real-time control anywhere in your network. The invaluable benefit of having a meter with no moving parts is seen with the flexibility it affords when […]Read More
The future of water consumption in the Netherlands Vitens is the biggest drinking water company in the Netherlands and annually they deliver 350 million m³ of water through 100 water treatment plants and 49,000 km of water mains. Being a leader within the water industry brings with it great responsibility and for this reason, Vitens […]Read More
Vitens delivers drinking water to 5.6 million people and companies in the Netherlands. Annually, they deliver 350 million m³ of water through 100 water treatment plants and 49,000 km of water mains. As the biggest drinking water company in the Netherlands, Vitens understands the importance of setting and successfully meeting high standards within the industry […]Read More
The energy and infrastructure services provider ENTEGA, based in Darmstadt, has set the scene for a future-proof and sustainable solution which will deploy 40,000 smart water meters from Sensus. By 2025 their complete service network, which supplies around 241,000 people, will be equipped with smart meters. The aim is to reduce the costs for reading […]Read More
With 2,800 state-of-the-art water meters, the market town of Dießen am Ammersee not only showcases a solution for the cutting-edge communication of usage-data, its new meters also impress with future-proof materials, an economic service life and the provision of transparent services for the utility’s customers. Future-proof The introduction of stricter threshold values for lead in […]Read More
Achieving cost-optimised drinking water distribution, the need to deal sensitively with this valuable resource and to fulfil customer expectations, which include demands for smart metering solutions: the challenges facing water companies are on the increase. With 40,000 smart water meters, the energy and infrastructure utility company HSE based in Darmstadt has set the scene for […]Read More