Smart water

Our projects

Take a look at some examples.

Securing and optimising water consumption in a secondary school

The region wanted to reduce water consumption at a secondary school with over a thousand students. The infrastructure is substantial, with a gymnasium, canteen and toilet blocks containing multiple water points. The region wanted to optimise consumption during school hours, limit the risk of leaks and ensure that water was not used during periods when the school was closed.

Hourly purging of a drinking water network (AEP)

 A hospital has a water network with unused or little-used drawing points, creating what are known as “dead arms”. In addition, they wanted to limit the risk of legionella developing. When water stagnates at a temperature of between 25 and 45°C, this creates the ideal conditions for this bacterium to proliferate.