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2022-09-19
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Automation in the water industry is developing rapidly. What is the trend of smart water in 2017

for water enterprises in the new year, the emergence of smart digital technology and IOT equipment has improved the toughness of the water supply and drainage system and simplified the operation process. According to Deloitte's prediction, products based on data-driven have great potential to change people's consumption patterns, the government's thinking mode on water resources, and macro policies on how to invest and manage water infrastructure in the future

in 2017, the water industry will certainly have more exciting technological development. Some people in the industry have boldly speculated on the most potential development trend in the new year according to the performance of the water market last year:

consumer interaction

today, if we can reasonably position the water industry, we have begun to understand and accept the advantages of customer interaction. Through AMI solution, the water department can directly establish two-way communication with household meters, user stations and smart apps, so as to improve service quality and remind users of possible leakage, blockage, pollution and other situations. Customers can also actively track their water consumption and monitor their monthly bills. In 2017, due to the improvement of customers' demand for water transparency, interactive technology will play a more important role in the future, and the available solutions will become more personalized

smart irrigation

the global irrigation industry is undergoing a major transformation driven by technology, or is widely referred to as precision or "smart" irrigation in the industry. The irrigation industry faces major challenges due to water shortages, increased crop yields and climate change. Through intelligent irrigation technology, farmers can use sensors or controllers slightly lower than analysts' expectations to determine when and where to irrigate water, so as to maximize the yield. The current global market for smart irrigation is about $8.34 billion

smart wastewater management

with the strengthening of environmental supervision, climate change, aging infrastructure and the urgent need to improve customer service, cities are turning to "smart" Data-Driven solutions to improve their sewage systems. These solutions allow operators to detect sewage infiltration and inflow, quickly respond to system failures, and apply declarative modeling to optimize the order of decision-making. In 2017, more and more solutions will be transferred to intelligent sewage management - four cities in the United States have adopted data technology to prevent harmful sewage overflow

real time water quality monitoring

pollution events such as the flint water crisis in Michigan and the recent copperschristi pollution incident have raised global attention to water quality issues in developed countries. Water enterprises can actively manage and avoid potential threats through real-time water quality monitoring. One of the key needs of the water industry in 2017 is such a solution to ensure safe custody and operation

mergers and acquisitions

in 2016, Ma, which "changed the rules of the game", was particularly prominent. These mergers and acquisitions consolidated the position of several leaders in the water industry and formed a number of strategic partnerships. Xylem acquired sensus and visenti. GE's water process technology department has signed a number of cooperation agreements with watersmar software and smart earth technologies. Belkin, a leading consumer electronics company in the world, announced that the Ministry of housing and urban rural development (MOHURD) has recently issued document No. 046 to launch a joint venture with Uponor to keep water up with other smart homes. "Similar partnerships may emerge in 2017 to provide integrated solutions.

a future of automation

automation solutions for the water industry are rapidly developing and deploying in all corners of the world. The water industry changes with the development of cloud computing, big data analysis, remote control of oil delivery valve oil return pipe oil-free outflow system and the emergence of self-learning functions of machinery and equipment. These complex systems include interactive Technical equipment and a set of optimized operation process. In 2017, we will continue to see emerging automation solutions that may change the face of the entire water industry

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