Article | May 14, 2018

SMART CITY CONNECTIVITY FOR FIXED LEAK DETECTION

Many utilities are now seizing opportunities to take their AMI system to the next level. Emerging next-generation AMI systems are incorporating the latest “Internet of Things” (IoT) technologies providing two-way communications and data transfer with specialized cloud-connected remote sensors and devices that is ushering in a new era of automated infrastructure management.[...]

Article | May 11, 2018

5 Ways US Cities Can Conserve Water

Water management issues are on the rise in the United States and worldwide due to: drought, aging infrastructure, and flooding. Here are five ways cities can conserve water: [...]

Article | Apr 5, 2018

What is non-invasive leak detection & how does it work?

Water leaks and main breaks are on the rise due to deteriorating water systems left unchecked. On average, these leaks run undetected for more than six months before it surfaces. The consequence of undetected leaks can be severe with up to 15–30% of treated potable water is lost through leaks.[...]

Article | Mar 19, 2018

Medicine Hat Selects Echologics® Fixed Leak Detection Solution

Echologics has commissioned an Internet of Things (IoT) Smart City solution over Bell’s broadband wireless network for the City of Medicine Hat, Alberta. The solution wirelessly monitors the City’s water pipeline network to help reduce water loss and mitigate the cost of infrastructure failure.[...]

Article | Dec 4, 2017

Sustainable Water Infrastructure Management (SWIM) Study

We often take for granted what we don’t see. This is especially true for our infrastructure that’s buried beneath the surface. Underground pipes supply our homes and businesses with access to safe water—keeping us alive. Yet in North America, the emphasis of replacing and upgrading these vital pipes have been widely ignored.[...]

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Article | May 2, 2017

Echologics and M. E. Simpson Co water main inspection

M. E. Simpson Co. secures license to provide Echologics leak detection and water main condition assessment services for U.S. water utilities. M. E. Simpson Co. was founded in Indiana in 1979 to provide water distribution system evaluation and meter testing services. Along with its head office in Valparaiso, Indiana, today the company has eight regional offices across the U.S. and supplies a wide range of programs and services for water distribution and wastewater collection systems.[...]

Echologics Prestressed Concrete Cylinder Pipe (PCCP) Condition Assessment

Article | Jan 30, 2017

REDUCE THE COST OF PCCP ASSESSMENT PROGRAMS

Assessing and monitoring the condition of large diameter prestressed concrete cylinder pipe (PCCP) is an important and challenging task. Water providers want solutions delivering the accuracy of complex electromagnetic (EM) and internal survey methods but without the operational challenges, limitations, and cost. The Echologics ePulse® condition assessment technology uses non-invasive and non-intrusive acoustic wave propagation (AWP) to identify sections of pipeline with reduced structural stiffness, and estimate the average remaining structural strength or wall thickness.[...]

Echologics Water Main Monitoring EchoShore TX

Article | Jan 18, 2017

IoT Solutions Help Solve Common Utility Challenges

IoT, or “Internet of Things,” is a nexus of technologies incorporating sensor-based data gathering and next-generation networking. The smart technology platform harnesses this IoT networking through the deployment of smart devices using advanced wireless technologies for remote monitoring and management of water networks. This allows utilities to tackle problems facing the industry today, such as an aging workforce and the need for real-time water quality monitoring. Below are five common challenges utilities face that can be addressed with data-driven solutions.[...]

Echologics Transmission Main Leak Detection

Article | Nov 21, 2016

How to Rapidly Reduce NRW Levels

To deal with NRW effectively, it is crucial to know where the losses are occurring and how much water is lost. The most common approach to tackle water loss involves establishing District Metered Areas (DMAs) to conduct flow balancing, where the difference between the volume of water entering the zone and the actual consumption is identified. From this, the level of NRW and leakage can be determined. [...]

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