Genius Water Management Smart Cities Technology

IOT and Smart City/Agency Initiatives: Addressing Major Water District Priorities, Part 1

Three essential water district issues that come in varying orders of urgency, depending on local conditions include: Water quality Water loss mitigation Emergency response However they may stand at any given time, these priorities are not fixed. They can and do change based on mitigating circumstances such as weather (short-term)…
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What advantage does an open communications network provide in Smart Water Agency/Smart City applications?

Since electronic equipment entered the scene, local government agencies have been used to utilities and management agencies each running their operations on their own respective systems. Until now, previous technologies have run on “networks” only in the most basic of terms. It has never been an ideal situation; all those…
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WaterOnline June 2020

Smart Water Network Innovations: Getting Ahead Of The Curve Solutions that employ such smart city networks, while helping develop and leverage partnerships between water suppliers and their customers, will reap the most benefit now and into the future. One such solution has pioneered several innovative features that make it deserving…
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Ultra Network and Our Lora-based Water Meter: How it Works

As a platform, the Subeca smart water management system combines multiple technologies to provide users with the information needed to monitor their water consumption, record and report water meter data and communicate with water control devices. Most importantly, Subeca empowers all users within the water management workflow, including consumers, commercial…

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