The Future of Water Is Smart –
Facing the Challenges of Water Resource Management
Power Supply -
the Limiting Factor
Even in areas with good grid coverage, pipes remain buried under roads or are challenging and expensive to reach.
For real-time communication, battery-powered systems require frequent replacement and later disposal of used batteries.
Renewables are mostly not protected against vandalism and theft. Furthermore, the possibility of soiling of the solar cells and difficult to predict weather conditions make solar and wind energy a risky alternative.
iot based water monitoring system
The integrated turbine is harvesting energy
at point of use, making the PT1 system independent from external power supplies.
Wireless Transmission Module
The sensors‘ data is transmitted real-time to a cloud-based monitoring system.
Pressure, flow and temperature sensors are integrated. Additional sensors can be added.
Data Management, Display and Analysis
Reduce non-revenue water
Minimize water losses, identify and locate leaks in your water pipeline network with advanced leak-detection
Reduce energy Consumption
Through demand driven distribution
Prevent Pipe Breaks
Through optimized pressure levels