Water utilities around the globe face a variety of challenges in providing reliable, safe and affordable water services to their customers. Common challenges include aging infrastructure, water scarcity, regulatory compliance and non-revenue water. Sustainable water management is critical in managing the water network to ensure the effective and responsible use of water resources in a way that meets the needs of present and future generations.
With over 32 trillion gallons of water lost globally per year, annual costs of non-revenue water globally of $39 billion per year, and 30% of water that is delivered worldwide isn’t billed, it is critical to combat these statistics and understand the health of your water distribution network. What insights can be gleaned?
This webcast will explore what type of data (hourly, interval, pressure, etc.) can be retrieved from your network through the use of smart devices, and how to maximize the data and take action to solve the aforementioned challenges. Explore successful approaches from AMI deployments that lead to reducing non-revenue water, improving sustainable water management and meeting the demands of today and the future.
Key learning objectives:
- Gain an understanding of water distribution, metering, usage and leakage
- Learn how to reduce non-revenue water loss with leak detection and analytics
- Understand how to enhance operational efficiency and drive water conservation