Smart Water Management

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Water system is a crucial part of any city’s critical infrastructure. Implementation of Smart Water Management ensures an efficient management of water and the energy employed in transporting and distributing it. It enables an accurate prediction of the consumption and demands of water in a particular area. Smart Water Management allows authorities to gain actionable and meaningful data on the distribution, flow, and pressure of a city’s water supply.

What Do We Offer?

Ensuring the distribution of the right quality and quantity of water to residents is key to ensuring citizens’ satisfaction and efficient administration. We, at GA Smart City, are committed to offering a framework for reducing water wastage and optimizing costs through Smart Water Management.

Offers total accountability for the water generation and distribution network

Automated data and reports enable timely and effective decision-making

Even distribution of water throughout the supply chain by removing imbalances

Better management of demands through real-time data & historical information

Management of the right quality and quantity of water through constant data assessment

Control of wastage by a careful monitoring of leakage, overflows and non-revenue water

Helps in enhancing the service quality and efficiency of water treatment & distribution plants

Offers a constant monitoring and display of authoritative controls and network flow status

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Benefits of Smart Water Management

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Energy Conservation

Water systems are responsible for more than half of a city’s energy consumption. Smart Water Management helps obtain actionable data on water usage, wastage, and transportation. This helps to optimize the water facilities and enables authorities to take faster decisions, thus leading to up to 30% saving in energy.

Cost Saving

Water that is released for a customer’s use is often lost even before it reaches them due to physical losses, theft or metering errors. This is known as non-revenue water (NRW). Implementing Smart Water Management facilitates a reduction in NRW which aids municipalities in recovering costs incurred in pumping and treatment.

Alert Generation

Water that is released for a customer’s use is often lost even before it reaches them due to physical losses, theft or metering errors. This is known as non-revenue water (NRW). Implementing Smart Water Management facilitates a reduction in NRW which aids municipalities in recovering costs incurred in pumping and treatment.

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Cunningham Road, Vasanthnagar,
Bangalore – 560 052.
Karnataka, India.

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