Smart water network solutions.
Bringing digital transformation to distribution asset management.
Establish whether your reservoir is performing as expected, enabling you to better understand your assets and their real-world performance.
Understand the health of your reservoirs, leading to better asset management, better maintenance planning and longer asset life.
Patented data analytics point you in the direction of unusual network activity, saving you time in analysing the data and ensuring you are aware when something happens.
Our analytics classify events to help you understand what has happened, so you can respond effectively to any problems.
Our flexible notifications system means you see what you need to, when you need to and in a way that fits with you. All notifications are integrated into our Insight platform for a seamless experience.
Understanding where an event originated is key to finding a solution. Understanding where it is going is key to responding effectively. Our platform enables you to see event propagation so you can find the cause and the correct response.
Our analytics uses the multi-parameter data collected from the network to track the water source signature throughout the network. Providing you with the information of where your water came from.
When a network uses multiple water sources, it can be difficult to understand which source a customer is using. Our visualisation tools, alongside our analytics, enable you to see the distribution of your source water around your network.
Ensuring you can trust the output of your models is key to effective network management. Our Insight platform gives you the tools to compare your model’s prediction of water source distribution.
Understand how your disinfectant levels vary throughout your network. From treatment works to customer tap, does the disinfectant level remain high enough or too high? Does it dissipate slowly or rapidly?
Identify where your water quality hotspots are, so you can address the root cause of quality issues in your networks.
How does your performance compare to previous months? Our KPIs take sensor data and intuitively relate this to the real-world of customer experience and maintenance performance so you can see how you are improving over time.
We analyse the demands in your network to help you understand the normal and peak demands, helping you to plan ahead and understand the behaviour of your consumers.
Through our demand analysis you can ensure that the demands used by your models reflect what is experienced in the real-world.
Our advanced AI analytics detect and classify any changes so you understand whether there is a genuine leak or just a demand increase, to help you know when and how to respond.
We calculate the size of the water loss so you can prioritise repairs and ensure that the most severe leaks are addressed first.
In order to fix leaks, you need to know where they are. Through our Insight platform, we can localise the leak to guide your teams to where they need to be.
Our multiparameter sensors enable you to tackle water quality and leakage at the same time, saving on installation, maintenance and equipment costs.
Our sensors are installed through standard fittings without the need to cut the pipe. Ensuring cost effective installations compared to mag-flow sensors.
We can analyse historical network data to highlight areas where you may still have undetected leaks.
We can perform our analytics on existing sensors enabling you to get better value from your existing assets.
We calculate minimum nightly flows to help you analyse small leaks and changes in the underlying demands.
Comparison between network deployment costs of hydraulic and water quality sensors compared to single solution.
Material breaks off upstream and collects on the floor of the pipe, usually due to poor hydraulics
Material originates upstream and is carried to the site – further analysis is required upstream to establish exact cause
Material breaks off locally at high shear, it is possible to identify a critical shear stress at which the breakdown begins
Discolouration rarely occurs locally. Only occurs at sites with a good variation in flow or well maintained pipes and assets
Know where customer complaints are but not where or what the source is?
Example costs related to management of discolouration issues by water companies over an AMP period:
Industry data suggests 30 - 40% of replaced distribution mains pipe has useful remaining life.
Installing DMAs usually requires shutting off of valves and placing mag-flow sensors on the routes in and out. This incurs significant costs through modelling, valve placement and meter installations. In comparison, a virtual DMA can be created through direct insertion sensors and does not require isolation.
Through virtual DMAs we can offer leakage monitoring, zone analysis and an understanding of demands. This provides many of the benefits of DMAs in a more cost-effective solution.
Through analysing the pressure across the network, you can identify areas where the pressure is too low or even cut off. This enables you to quickly address these issues and reinstate supply faster.
Running pumps at high pressures can create higher running costs and puts greater strain on the pumps and pipes. Our platform helps you assess your pump levels and whether you can reduce them, resulting in longer asset life, reduced energy use and reduced maintenance costs.
Using our transient sensors and Insight platform, it is possible to identify areas experiencing undue stress on the assets. By identifying and addressing this you can extend your asset life and reduce maintenance costs.
Through monitoring and analysing PRVs our platform is able to show you which PRVs are not providing the correct pressures – ensuring your assets continue performing as needed.
Using our hydraulic sensors, we have identified many cases of faulty non-return valves. This can cause reservoirs to drain unexpectedly, leading to supply issues. Through our platform these are easily identified and addressed.
Our sensors offer excellent low flow performance, alongside multiple parameters, enabling detection of stagnant regions. This helps you address these areas through dynamic network management or reconfiguration of valves to avoid water quality issues associated with stagnation.
Often networks are not configured as expected as there are so many variables to account for and so much maintenance being performed that understanding the exact configuration can be challenging. Through our solution we can help you understand your network configuration and the real-world performance.
An end to end solution of sensors and smart components for water distribution networks.
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