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Work Management Systems Gain Efficiencies through Integration

Jim, a network analyst at a water utility, comes into work each morning and logs into multiple pieces of software. He has to be fluent in each of these systems and regularly switches between them in order to perform his activities. 523 more words

Smart Water Grid

Smart Water Networks in the U.S. – A Dream or Near-Future Reality? An Interview with Psomas President, Jacob Lipa

In June 2013, Psomas, a top-ranked consulting engineering firm formed a partnership with TaKaDu, a global leader in smart water network monitoring. Psomas now plans to serve the U.S. 738 more words

Smart Water Grid

IBM's Smart Tech Aids Water Management

How using “big data” is helping cities to drastically reduce costs on water management without building a whole new infrastructure system.

Some of the most compelling, early smart-city strategies are bubbling up in  677 more words

Water And Business

SWANonomics: The Surprising Economics of Smart Water Networks

This is the fifth post in the “CTO Smart Water Insights” by Haggai Scolnicov, TaKaDu’s CTO.

I didn’t get to beautiful Utrecht to give this talk on SWANonomics at… 169 more words

Your Data Can Stop Leaks

This is the fourth post in the “CTO Smart Water Insights” by Haggai Scolnicov, TaKaDu’s CTO.

I went to Water Loss 2012 in Manila to tell water utilities one simple thing: data already collected under accepted “best practices” is all they need for a dramatic improvement to water loss control. 334 more words

Smart Water and Ancient Springs

One of the nice things about being in the water utility business rather than in the electric or gas utility business is that water utilities don’t trace back their history only fifty or a hundred years. 267 more words

Smart Water Grid

The Smart Water Network Revolution: Speaking at Intelligent Cities about Data Driven Networks

This is the second post in a new series we’ll call “CTO Smart Insights” by Haggai Scolnicov, TaKaDu’s CTO.
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