PMC selects Sensus iPERL meters to implement 24×7 water distribution project in Pune

Must Read

Microsoft partners with Accenture to host virtual startup challenge in India

Microsoft 100X100X100 program that focuses to bring 100 companies and 100 early and growth startups will collaborate with Accenture Ventures Open Innovation program to host Accenture Ventures Challenge

SAP eyes India’s MSMEs with ‘Global Bharat’ program

With the aim to focus on MSMEs market in India, SAP has launched 'Global Bharat' program with Nasscom, UNDP and Pratham

With AWS Outposts, Amazon Web Services enters into data center in India

Amazon Web Services said that , a new product that brings its cloud infrastructure to on-premises is now available in India

Sensus, a Xylem brand, has been selected as Larsen & Toubro’s (L&T) technology partner to ensure the successful implementation of Municipal Corporation’s (PMC) innovative 24×7 water distribution project. Aiming to supply continuous water supply and significantly reduce water loss, PMC has invested in over 275,000 smart water meters to monitor, measure and manage activity across its network.

As the first city in India to implement a programme aligned to the country’s Smart City Mission, PMC was motivated by the exponential growth in its population over the last decade and subsequent strain on its water supply. In order to meet the growing demand and future-proof against a potential water crisis, PMC launched its water distribution project to ensure it could deliver continuous water supply to its inhabitants.

V. G. Kulkarni, Chief Engineer, Pune Municipal Corporation, said, “We are extremely proud to be the first Indian city to deploy cutting-edge smart water meters. This is just the first step on our journey towards making Pune a more sustainable and self-sufficient city committed to conserving water. We are confident that Sensus is the right partner to ensure we achieve these goals.”

Pune plans to install more than 275,000 iPERL meters over a three year period, and aim to reduce its non-revenue water by half during this time. “The investment in smart technology presents a tremendous opportunity for PMC to gain an in-depth understanding of the network and respond accordingly to improve its performance,” said Tom Mills, Vice President, Strategic Solutions at Sensus. “We are delighted to be working with PMC and L&T and hope other cities follow in their footsteps.”

Subscribe to receive the day's headlines from Tech Observer straight in your inbox

Leave a Reply

*The moderation of comments is automated and not cleared manually by techobserver.in. Embedding of any link and use of abusive or unparliamentary language are prohibited.
- Advertisement -

Latest in TECH

- Advertisement -SAP Hana

Related Articles