White Paper | September 3, 2013

Water 20/20: Building Smart Water Networks

Source: Sensus
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Smart water networks can save utilities across the globe up to $12.5 billion a year according to research commissioned by Sensus.

A smart water network is an integrated set of products, solutions and systems that enable utilities to remotely and continuously monitor and diagnose problems, prioritize and manage maintenance issues and use data to optimize all aspects of the water distribution network.

Improvements in system performance, such as leakage and pressure management, and network operations and water quality monitoring, coupled with informed decision making about the allocation of capital expenditures can stimulate dramatic savings when driven by real-time data that a smart water network provides.

The findings, published in Water 20/20: Bringing Smart Water Networks Into Focus, provide insight from more than 180 utilities worldwide. Download your copy now.

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