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The future of water metering

Major global trends are having a profound effect on the water industry. Market competition intensifies and cost constraints tighten while themes like water scarcity, urbanization and aging infrastructure are growing into major concerns. 
 
Utilities and water providers are being driven to find more cost effective ways to run their business and must look for new ways of optimizing their work to find the right balance between covering operating costs, managing assets and supporting conservation.
At Kamstrup, we believe that a completely transparent distribution network and knowledge are the keys to meeting these challenges, and we want to share our vision and knowledge with you!

Read on and find a wealth of inspiration on the potential behind smart metering. Learn how increased digitalization can help you optimize operations, read how pressure management can be used to bring down energy costs or download one of our white papers on smart water metering.

To think forward and prepare for the future sometimes you have to say goodbye. See why it’s time to say goodbye to the mechanical water meter and hello to the benefits of smart metering.

Non-Revenue Water is a well-known global problem, causing large volumes of water, which is a finite resource, to be lost. It is also a concrete challenge faced by water utilities every day, as a consequence of increasing urbanization and demand, price increases and aging distribution mains.

So how can water professionals not just manage these challenges, but overcome them and improve the distribution network in the process? 

Watch The Future of Water video to learn how we can solve them together.

A digital future for water utilities, today

The digital utility is rapidly developing. New resources and tools are now available to help utilities getting an overview of the entire distribution network - all the way to the consumers.
 
Download our white paper and learn how smart metering and digitalization can benefit your utility on 6 concrete levels.

Pressure optimization in the network

With detailed knowledge about damaging pressure surges and the general network pressure, you can optimize the pressure in order to secure customer satisfaction, limit the number of leaks or bursts and minimize the energy consumption of the pumps.

Non-revenue water

Real losses, apparent losses—they all mean less revenue from the water you supply to customers. Incorrect data entry, consumption estimations, and unidentified leaks and bursts are just some of the common culprits of water loss that affect your bottom line.  

Water metering

The impact of proper (or improper) water metering stretches the entire scope of your distribution system. Smarter water metering is a fundamental step towards increasing the visibility of an underground and unseen infrastructure.

Administrative and operational optimization

For utilities searching for ways to streamline their operations and reduce costs while earning more revenue, choosing the right smart water meter solution is a strategic decision that can make these operational improvements a reality.

Water conservation

Your customers and community rely on you to deliver safe drinking water. Without clean water, their basic living needs and quality of life are severely diminished. But with water scarcity growing as a major concern, utilities must find a balance between supplying sufficient volumes of water to earn enough revenue to cover operating costs while encouraging conservation.

Our customer success stories

Kamstrup provides ultrasonic meters for metering tap water consumption. Smart water metering offers valuable features such as remote meter reading, leak surveillance and pinpoint data collection.

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