Water Loss and Leak Detection News

  1. ABB Provides Smart City Solutions To Support The Needs Of All Cities

    ABB is working closely with cities and utilities to obtain greater efficiencies from existing infrastructure and build unified, attractive City services as part of a move towards Smarter Cities.

  2. British Water Welcomes Environment Agency Speech

    Lila Thompson, chief executive, British Water, said, “British Water welcomes the speech from Environment Agency chief executive Sir James Bevan about the UK’s pending water crisis and the “mix of methods” needed to reduce demand and increase supply.

  3. Utilis Undertakes Pilot Program Of Their Satellite Leak Detection Solution In San Diego

    The City of San Diego recently contracted the San Diego based remote-sensing data company, Utilis, to conduct a pilot study survey of the city’s drinking water distribution system as part of their innovation exploration program.

  4. KETOS Secures Funding To Revolutionize Water Infrastructure And Safety

    KETOS, a water intelligence innovator, today announced it has closed a $9 million Series A round of financing from a powerful collection of traditional venture capitalists, impact investors and industry leaders.

  5. Trinidad And Tobago Engage New Leak Survey Method By Utilis

    Utilis and their leak survey method was welcomed by the Ministry of Public Utilities in Trinidad and Tobago in January. The island nations are moving into their dry season and the Ministry has contracted with Utilis to provide its patented technology to identify sub-surface leaks in the municipal water distribution system.

  6. City Of Waco Signs Contract With Itron To Improve Water Efficiency And Reduce Water Loss

    Itron, Inc. which is innovating the way utilities and cities manage energy and water, signed a contract with the City of Waco, Texas to install Itron’s OpenWay Riva IoT solution, including smart water communication modules and leak sensors, to reduce water loss and improve water delivery for the utility’s nearly 45,000 customers.

  7. Grundfos Collaborates With Cambodia To Improve Water Security

    Global pumps leader Grundfos and the Ministry of Industry & Handicraft, Cambodia recently confirmed that they will exchange a Letter of Intent to strengthen cooperation in water management, in an effort to reduce the cost of water and increase access to clean, quality water in the country.

  8. Utilis Awarded Contract In Flint

    Flint, MI has taken a step towards ensuring the stability of their water system by partnering with Utilis in the fall of 2018 to locate leaks in their potable systems. This along with other city initiatives such as FAST START, are helping Flint regain their reputation as water conservation and quality leaders.

  9. Utilis To Host Their Second Innovation Summit In San Diego

    Utilis will host their second Innovation Summit in San Diego, bringing together water industry professionals from around the world to talk about satellite leak detection from November 26-28th at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel.

  10. Brisbane Airport Corporation Selects TaKaDu’s Central Event Management Solution To Improve Water Efficiency

    TaKaDu announced recently that Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) is deploying TaKaDu’s Central Event Management solution to improve the efficiency of its water network operations and reduce water loss.