Revolutionary technology has seen leakage reduction of 1.4 million liters of water per day in targeted areas.
Ministry of Public Utilities contracted with Utilis to identify sub-surface leaks in the municipal water distribution system.
Member companies in three product categories were recognized.
SmartCover sensors installed in underground sewer lines in Rohnert Park, Calif., led to the successful capture of an illegal dumping suspect charged with 326 illegal sewage dumps.
Every 30 minutes, 20 monitoring stations equipped with Xylem's YSI sondes send water data directly to the environmental ministry.
Cooling Tower Tracker™ enables up to 50 percent water savings and 10 percent energy savings with unprecedented real-time operational data for cooling towers.
Rezatec to provide new water leak risk analysis tool for Utilities Kingston, Canada.
Leak detection technology company Primayer signs earlybird AMP7 contract, possibly worth £40 million.
An ultrasonic sensor that is both thin and contains dual transducer technology allows for more advanced sensing in small-diameter pipes.
Klir's software implementation platform aims to make water management more efficient.
Proposals may seek between $300,000 and $400,000.
City of Lakeland improves flood prevention capabilities with IoT technology from Sensus.
Eight of 18 water firms failed to meet targets on tackling leaks.
Work will address damages from extreme weather event in March, include barriers to direct flows downstream of the dam.
Research lab reduces process control pressure calibration time by 40 percent.