Smart City
Mass Notification Systems

Water Management

Water management is a basic yet essential service provided by the city government to its citizens and businesses. The initiative of developing ‘smart cities’, in which integrated ICT systems, data and citizen engagement are used to manage infrastructure and services more efficiently. One of the areas of opportunity is water management and water infrastructure solutions.

Water management is an integrated approach to the development, management and use of water resources. Typically it’s a cluster of activities of planning, developing, distributing and managing the optimum use of water resources.

The increasing population growth and urbanization of cities puts major demands on supply of water and the management of waste water that increase water efficiency & create water savings for the masses.

Metropolitan optimized water systems involve a amalgamation of public and private sectors in extracting, treating, delivering and billing for water to millions of water users such as households and businesses.

Improved technology plays an important role in Smart Water Management for Smart Cities by providing visibility in demand/supply to ensure equitable water distributions and optimize energy use to pump water in vast water distribution network, reducing the non-revenue water by detecting leakages faster and reducing theft by detecting ghost pipes.