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Relieving the Pressure on Water Companies and Opening Global Markets
Relieving the Pressure on Water Companies and Opening Global Markets
Relieving the Pressure on Water Companies and Opening Global Markets
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In the UK more than 3.3 billion litres of water are lost through leaking pipes every day. That’s equivalent to 20 percent of the nation’s water supply and enough to service the needs of 11 million consumers. Meanwhile the Environment Agency predicts water levels could drop by a further 10 - 15 per cent over the coming decades due to climate change and population growth. Water authorities are therefore facing increasing demand to find new and innovative ways to monitor water flow within pipes and ensure any possible loss is found and stopped as efficiently as possible. This pressure in part has a financial implication; water companies work to strict leakage targets by Ofwat, the economic regulator of the water sector in England and Wales. Failure to meet these targets will result in a fine. There is also pressure from increasing environmentally conscious customers and will be impacted by the effects of a drought in the case of a severe water shortage. As recently as 2012 the UK was hit by the worst drought in 25 years, which led to a hosepipe ban for over 20 million households. At the time the blame was put firmly at the door of water companies for failing to prevent leaks.


Industries: Equipment & Machinery
Functions: Product Development
Capabilities: Asset Tracking & MonitoringData Acquisition & ManagementEnvironmental Health & Safety
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Eseye Pipe Leakage Detection
Eseye Pipe Leakage Detection
Eseye Pipe Leakage Detection
Eseye
3.3 billion litres of water are lost through leaking pipes each day in the UK. As a result, water authorities face increasing demand to find innovative ways to monitor water flow within pipes. Currently, GSM data loggers are used to monitor water flow wirelessly and improve the efficiency of dealing with leaks. The big problem with GSM loggers is they use a network specific SIM, which means different SIMs are required for different locations due to network coverage.


Industries: Construction & Buildings
Functions: Quality Assurance
Capabilities: Billing & MonetizationEnvironmental Health & SafetyPredictive Maintenance
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