As urbanization and the need to feed growing populations demand more from our water supplies, both public and private, we need help to conserve precious resources, to save money and to reduce pollution for the generations to come.
To better manage the quantity and quality of water, companies are leveraging the power of the Industrial Internet for remote monitoring, control, and analysis. Whether limiting water loss from leakage, managing storm water runoff or controlling water quality, monitoring water systems and assessing data will increase the sustainability and cost effectiveness of water systems. Billions of gallons of water and the resulting millions of dollars can be saved in monitoring water flow, managing water pressure and overseeing water quality. Manpower hours are reduced as data is collected remotely. Bacsoft enables water utilities, agricultural concerns, and industrial facilities to realize all of these benefits and more by connecting their existing water infrastructure to the Industrial Internet simply, easily and cost-effectively.
The Bacsoft IoT Platform powers a wide variety of water solutions for customers all over the world. Some examples include:
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Mekorot has a vast network of water-related infrastructure throughout the country, consisting of many different types of equipment installed over an extended period of time. As part of an effort to continuously improve the quality and efficiency of their operations, Mekorot wanted to enable remote monitoring and control of their unconnected infrastructure, including sewage treatment plants, reservoirs, rain enhancement generators, pumping stations, and wells.