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Rezatec and MeterSYS partner to provide cutting edge technology to US water utilities to enhance asset management performance

Harwell, Oxfordshire, UK, 21 January 2020 – Rezatec, leading provider of satellite data analytics, has partnered with MeterSYS, a smart cities solutions provider in the water market, to provide utilities with advanced, hi-tech solutions, including Rezatec

MeterSYS provides best-in-class smart technology solutions for utilities of all sizes, aiming to help utility decision makers access critical information and insights to improve operations, reduce infrastructure risks, and enhance customer service quality. MeterSYS brings solutions that leverage intelligent sensors, artificial intelligence and machine learning, as well as geo analytics, so utilities have a better understanding of the real-time condition of their aging water infrastructure, and tools to help them improve their repair and replacement programs.

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By implementing Rezatecloyment and more quickly identify areas of network that need to be proactively maintained.

Roger Brook, Smart Cities Manager at MeterSYS comments

Not only does the partnership help to save on the cost sensors (due to not blindly blanketing the network), but also to optimise the use of those installed. With over 250,000 mains breaks per year in the US alone the partnership will continue helping utilities to reduce the amount of non-revenue water and optimise leak detection. The break data from the sensors can then be fed back in the model, which then continues getting smarter at predicting which pipes are most likely to fail.

The applications for satellite data and machine learning within the water industry are not restricted to pipeline risk assessment, Rezatec also provide solutions for watershed management and monitoring dams for signs of potential weakness.

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