12th May 2021

Real-time monitoring of the water supply network

Real-time monitoring of the water supply network can prevent significant water losses. For example, even the smallest holes scattered across the network can amount to a substantial long-term water loss. Shared information through real-time monitoring and early detection of problems in the network have notable financial, operational and environmental benefits.

Reduction of water losses

The leakages can be detected by monitoring continuous water flow; increase in water levels may indicate a leakage. A pressure monitoring is another way to find leakages in the network; water leakage increases the water flow while decreasing the water pressure.

SATEL technology is used in remote control and real-time monitoring of pumping stations, water reservoirs and distribution substations. Reliable, accurate and secure technology enables predicting, preventing and correcting problems at an early stage.

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