Manual water sample collection to test for turbidity, Ph, pollutants, metals, and temperature is a time-consuming and non-comprehensive undertaking.
Goals and Objectives
Smart water quality systems gather data from multiple sources including the watershed, treatment plants, and testing equipment. Real-time visualization and modelling tools provide a nuanced understanding of pollution and water quality issues and impact.
IoT, big data analytics, dashboards, public alerting, data visualization, GIS modelling, and smart meters
Use Case Summary
Smart water quality solutions measure and track water quality throughout the urban water infrastructure, preventing contamination, containing hazards, providing real-time information to residents, complying with regulations, and contributing positively to environmental sustainability.