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India steps up smart water infrastructure to tackle rampant water theft

India steps up smart water infrastructure to tackle rampant water theft

India steps up smart water infrastructure to tackle rampant water theft

(Summary description)Water scarcity has always affected the management and operation of water services in India, so how to deal with water theft and waste caused by aging infrastructure has become an urgent problem for public utilities. According to the analysis, the problem of water loss due to water theft in India has become more and more serious. As a result, the proportion of non-public water in India is 34% , which is higher than the world average of 28% .

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    Water scarcity has always affected the management and operation of water services in India, so how to deal with water theft and waste caused by aging infrastructure has become an urgent problem for public utilities. According to the analysis, the problem of water loss due to water theft in India has become more and more serious. As a result, the proportion of non-public water in India is 34% , which is higher than the world average of 28% .



  AMI helps water resources regulation
  
  Measures already taken by the Indian Water Company include the introduction of advanced infrastructure metering systems. India is expected to spend $200 million by 2020 on AMI systems that include smart water, communications networks and data analysis. Bangalore water and drainage agency and Kerala water are two municipal units that have already begun experimental operations. In November 2015, they used the analytical techniques of IBM companies to manage their water distribution systems, use the company's big data and forecast analysis to respond to increased water demand due to water scarcity, population and economic growth. For example, Bangalore's population grew from 5.4 million in 2000 to 10 million in 2015, putting enormous pressure on the city's water distribution.
  
  The surge in demand for water resulting from population growth has led Bangalore Water and sewerage to collaborate with IBM to monitor and manage the water supply network based on the IBM Smart Operations Centre. IBM India's software lab has developed a water allocation solution that includes GIS to help the agency monitor flowmeters in real time. By converting gauge data into geospatial visual maps, the software helps engineers better monitor water flow and distribution.
  
  Intelligent monitoring
  
  Kerala water says it has used IBM's data analytics and mobility solutions to monitor and manage water resources in Thiruvananthapuram cities. The water company has installed smart sensors to work with IBM's smart operating software so workers can hear the alarm the first time a leak occurs.
  
  In addition, sensors along the entire treatment line allow water companies to keep track of turbidity, conductivity, Ph and chlorine levels in real time, and can help water companies to track all 210,000 meters, reduce abnormal bills, increase water charges by 10% .
  
  Collection of water charges
  
  In India, the pricing of water needs to be approved by the government, the water supply and the users if investment in water infrastructure is to be made. In late January, Puna raised water rates by 22.5% to raise funds to improve the city's water supply, including the installation of smart meters. Within the next five years, the city is expected to install smart water meters in every household. Puna expects to receive $950m in 2016-17 from increased water bills, which will be used to rebuild the city's water works.
  
  Conclusion
  
  In both India and China, water management faces many problems. According to the report, 30 out of 35 large and medium-sized Indian cities face water shortages, and reducing water loss from all causes is a top priority. Only with the large-scale promotion of intelligent water meter and intelligent water affairs can the management and rational use of water resources be put into practice.

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