As aging water distribution infrastructures encounter failures with increasing frequency, there is a real need for integrated, on-line decision-support systems based on continuous in-network monitoring of hydraulic and water quality parameters. Such systems will form the basis of a Smart Water Grid, allowing water utilities to improve optimization of system operation, manage leakage control more effectively, and reduce the duration and disruption of repairs and maintenance. WaterWiSe is an integrated, end-to-end platform for real-time monitoring of water distribution systems that addresses these needs. This paper describes how WaterWiSe's sensing and software platforms have helped improve the operational efficiency of the water supply system in downtown Singapore.
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Research Article| December 01 2012
Case study: a smart water grid in Singapore
Water Practice and Technology (2012) 7 (4): wpt2012089.
Michael Allen, Ami Preis, Mudasser Iqbal, Andrew J. Whittle; Case study: a smart water grid in Singapore. Water Practice and Technology 1 December 2012; 7 (4): wpt2012089. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wpt.2012.089
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