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Smart Water and Waste Management for Smart Cities - Mr. James Dunning

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Smart Water and Waste Management for Smart Cities - Mr. James Dunning (Securing Asia 2015)

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Smart Water and Waste Management for Smart Cities - Mr. James Dunning

  1. 1. James Dunning CEO, Syrinix E james.dunning@syrinix.com T +44 1953 859 127 M +44 7789 862 901 Securing Asia 2015: Smart, Secure and Sustainable Cities India: Technology and Investment Summit 14th July, 2015 Smart Water and Waste Management for Smart Cities
  2. 2. Mumbai, 2013
  3. 3. Mumbai, 2013
  4. 4. WHAT IS SMART WATER? – the theory
  5. 5. THE BARRIERS
  6. 6. All Under Control?
  7. 7. “Too Many Alarms….”
  8. 8. “But It Ain’t Broke…”
  9. 9. Smart perhaps…but how about useful?
  10. 10. WHAT IS SMART WATER? – the reality?
  11. 11. Risk-Based Deployment
  12. 12. Thames Water Deployments
  13. 13. • Precise location of leak signal along pipe • Can locate to within 1 metre assuming length of pipe known Automated confidence level to minimise risk of false positive alerts
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  19. 19. Anglian Water – Summary of Benefits • As shown, Anglian Water deployed 5 TransientMinder units in an area that was experiencing increased leakage and bursts • The units clearly showed regular transients being generated and a high level of transient “turbulence” on the network • The detailed resolution provided by TransientMinder, including exact geographic positioning, allowed Anglian Water to use facts to calculate the cost-benefits of the work they were considering undertaking • After undertaking the work, Anglian Water kept the units in position and showed that the remedial work had been effective • Anglian Water continues to monitor the network there as part of its commitment to maintaining a resilient network • Anglian Water estimates the following benefits from this work: – 45% reduction in bursts – 59% reduction in other leaks – Reduction in distribution inputof 0.7 MLD 24
  20. 20. WHAT IS SMART WATER? – the other reality?

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