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How to gain value from air quality and water management

Business Case: Urban Air Quality Monitoring

Challenge

Urbanized regions are struggling with poor air quality due to overpopulation and industrial pollution. Cities do not have reliable cost-efficient method to track pollution on multiple locations to pinpoint their investments on improving air quality.

Solution

A network of Urban Air Quality Monitoring Stations tracks and pinpoints pollution types and origins in multiple areas of a city.

Benefits to Cities

Pollution is mapped in real-time. Cities can use data to plan investments on improving air quality, enforce new laws, take legal actions against pollutants (incl. fines), improve citizen health and standard of living, gain better political image. Data can be further used to make forecasting on expected pollution per area.

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Business Case: Water Loss and Water Consumption Tracking

Challenge

Water utility companies are struggling how to ensure consistent water distribution on an aging water distribution system with constantly increasing demand for water in a world facing droughts due to climate change, while in the same time improve operational efficiency by increasing billed water and decreasing water losses.

Solution

A network of Remote Water Meter Readers empowers water utilities to map the lost, unbilled water in the water distribution infrastructure city-wide, while at the same time, it reports the water consumption per water meter for billing purposes. The Remote Water Meter Reader connects to a standard pulse water meter, regardless of vendor, making it essentially smart.

Benefits to Water Utilities

Efficiently and effectively gathered real-time water consumption used to track water consumption per water meter for billing purposes, to analyze the profile of water consumption in the city, to map the lost, unbilled water in the water distribution infrastructure city-wide, and to pinpoint investments with highest return. With a Return on Investment in less than three years.

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Business Case: Water Monitoring

Challenge

Water stress is increasing globally due to increased global water usage and the global warming. One year’s floods are following by next year’s draughts. This is causing stress not only to communities but to systems that are serving them – river management, dam management, even wastewater management. Today, governing bodies on national, regional and local level, do not have data on key water resources (such as rivers and dams) to manage them efficiently and effectively and pinpoint key investments until it’s too late.

Solution

A network of cost-efficient Remote Water Monitoring Stations provides real-time data on water levels, water velocity, precipitation and water quality on key water resources, empowering governing entities to manage water resources and their impact on the community and the infrastructure, regardless of scale.

Benefits to Cities

Manage water resources optimally, during floods or draughts. Make data-driven decisions on the most optimal measures in critical situations. Model proactively how areas can be affected utilizing multiple parameters, water inflow and outflow, and actual weather conditions.

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