Smart technology built into the infrastructure system of cities – is the way of the future!
The traditional way of managing a city’s water system often presents issues like flooding, and sewer overflow – resulting in degradation of water quality and significant health risks to the end user.
Smart technology delivers near real time data to asset owners through a virtual network of sensors showing the location and performance of each relevant asset on their infrastructure grid. Instead of being reactive, asset owners (city, district or regional council) can become predictive, anticipate potential failures before they occur, and take evasive action. This significantly reduces the chance of flooding, overflow and other failures.