i2O Water launches Smart Pressure Management technology

Posted: Tuesday 6th May 2014

Second generation of i2O technology delivers the most comprehensive and highest performing solution for the management of pressure.

i2O Water has announced the launch of Smart Pressure Management, the first technology platform that provides all levels of pressure management within one unified solution.

Smart Pressure Management gives water utilities the flexibility and agility to implement the right level of pressure control for each area in the network at that point in time. The highest levels of intelligence and automation deliver the most precise control of network pressures available, reducing the excess pressure that increases leakage and burst frequency and reduces the lifespan of the network.

With the launch of Smart Pressure Management all of the functionality required to implement a range of different pressure management strategies on a network wide basis are available for the first time on a single, scalable, rapidly deployed platform.

Adam Kingdon, CEO and co-founder of i2O Water, comments: “The second generation of i2O technology provides water companies with unprecedented precision in water pressure control. We've made the logging and control hardware even more intelligent, and smaller and easier to install. While our new software offers easy to use, easy to integrate tools to monitor and control pressure across the network.”

“The performance of water distribution networks can be incredibly complex. Different areas require different levels of control to deliver the optimum pressure in the most cost effective way. By providing accessible network intelligence, combined with the remote control, and automatic optimisation of pressure , we have developed the most comprehensive, high-performance pressure management technology platform ever created.”

i2O's second generation of technology enables water utilities to mix and match a range of different pressure management strategies including initial monitoring of pressures and flows, remotely implementing fixed outlet or time scheduled pressure profiles, and automatically and continuously optimising pressures to a target at the critical point. Water companies will – for the first time – obtain everything they require to fully understand and manage water pressures across the network in a single system.

i2O's technology is used by 66 water companies worldwide to reduce operational and capital expenditure and enhance customer service. i2O customers save more than 235 million litres of water a day through lower levels of leakage and bursts.

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