Water network management from i2O means you have both an accurate, real-time picture of pressure and flow across your water system, and a means of remotely and automatically controlling the network.
i2O’s Advanced Pressure Management solution gives water company managers and network engineers an easy to use web-based user interface where they can remotely change pressure settings and schedules, monitor key parameters including flows and pressures, manage alarm conditions and make improvements to water network performance.
Consultant and leakage expert Richard Chalk explains how many water companies are able to use the combination of flow and pressure data to optimise their water networks:
Network Data from i2O provides water company executives and network managers with an easy, visual interface to the real-time performance of their water systems. Leakage levels, customer service levels, bursts and DMA integrity can all be tracked, and monitored via alarms.
Advanced Pressure Management from i2O has helped water companies to go from a reactive stance to changes in their water networks, to a pro-active one, where they learn about problems before their customers. Water companies using i2O solutions have optimised pressure across their water networks to reduce water leakage by as much as 30% and burst frequency by as much as 40%.
Many water companies around the world have used i2O solutions to better manage their water networks. Read some of their stories.
For more about advanced pressure management in a water network, read our eBook “What Advanced Pressure Management means to your water company”.
“Advanced Pressure Management: The six benefits of optimising water networks”
This eBook in PDF format covers:
- Three common myths about pressure management
- How Advanced Pressure Management works
- The six key benefits of Advanced Pressure Management
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