Aquarius Spectrum and TaKaDu Announce Integration Partnership for Effective Water Management

Posted: Thursday 19th July 2018

The collaboration integrates TaKaDu's data-driven Central Event Management solution with Aquarius's multi-layer leak detection system.

Aquarius Spectrum and TaKaDu are collaborating to provide water utilities with a centralized, cloud-based solution for improved network efficiency, water loss reduction, and asset management. Based on big data analytics and tailored algorithms, TaKaDu's Central Event Management solution is being integrated with Aquarius's automatic leak detection and monitoring system to detect, monitor, analyze and manage faulty pipes, hidden leaks and other anomalies in the water network.

Integration between the two systems enables users to receive two independent indications about the same problem in the same area, one from TaKaDu and one from Aquarius. Using the centralized platform, operational teams can validate, track, prioritize and resolve events more easily, in coordination with other departments in the organization. The combined solution facilitates follow up action (for repairs etc.) and provides management dashboards, actionable insights and detailed reports for strategic decisions and budget planning.

Oded Fruchtman, CEO of Aquarius Spectrum, said "As we strive to provide water utilities fast, reliable and accurate location of leaks, combining our detections and TaKaDu's event management platform enables customers to validate alerts and significantly accelerate response times." Fruchtman continued, "Our collaboration with TaKaDu is in line with our strategy to assist water utilities reduce their non-revenue-water with cutting-edge technologies."

"The collaboration with Aquarius is an important step in our efforts to integrate TaKaDu with other alerting systems giving customers a one-stop-shop for effective water management," said Udi Geismar, VP Customer Success, TaKaDu. "We've already successfully implemented a pilot at our joint customer Hagihon here in Israel, with substantial water savings."

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