Remote meter reading
What is remote meter reading? Drinking water networks are essential to a local area and its population. They are used to supply water to every customer and therefore represent major financial and societal challenges. These networks, generally designed many years ago, do not offer accurate or immediate information on their condition, making it difficult to identify leaks, monitor the quality of the network or correctly calculate its output. Remote reading of water meters keeps you continuously up to date with the situation in your water network. Fitting water meters with IoT sensors enables better control of output, accurate monitoring of customer consumption, identification of any problems and reduction of waste due to leaks. Detecting anomalies via connected water meters With over 20 years of experience in the field of remote meter reading, Birdz offers solutions that are at the cutting edge of water operators’ needs. Our IoT sensors are compatible with all major meter…
Drinking water network monitoring dashboards
DASHBOARD ACCESS Our web applications allow you to analyse and monitor the daily operation of the drinking water network With an intuitive, simple and efficient digital tool, you can fully exploit multiple streams of remote management data.
Monitoring dashboards for sewerage systems
DASHBOARD ACCESS Our web applications allow you to analyse and monitor the daily operation of the sewerage system. With an intuitive, simple and efficient digital tool, you can fully exploit multiple streams of remote management data and facilitate your regulatory reporting. test it for free
Security of water networks
A major challenge of the 21st century Ensuring and improving water quality is a major challenge in the 21st century, which the United Nations has taken up with its 17 Sustainable Development Goals which aim to bring peace and prosperity for people and the planet by 2030. Meeting this challenge becomes even more complex during major events such as big sporting competitions, trade fairs and international meetings. Structurally, health risks are present everywhere in drinking water distribution networks for many reasons: ageing pipes, use of chemicals in the industry, accidents and terrorist risks. The large flows required for these major events greatly increase these risks. Securing major events Today, more than ever, major political, cultural and sporting events must be secured to prevent any risks of health and environmental contamination, whether intentional or not. As a public water network manager (public company or drinking water distributor), you are responsible, alongside…
Protection of surface water resources
A major challenge of the 21st century Large urban areas continue to become more heavily populated with an ever-increasing number of inhabitants. The demand for water is increasing in line with this development. With it, the risks of pollution are multiplying: everyday human activities, industries, intensive agriculture, mobility… are all potential sources of deterioration in water quality. In addition, there is seasonal pollution worsened by climate change: proliferation of algal blooms, overflows following floods, etc. Protecting the resource at its source Securing surface water resources is therefore a major challenge for increasingly urban societies. Water quality and the related cost depend to a large extent on the performance of urban drinking water management services, but the most important factor is the quality of the water in the place where it is abstracted. It is therefore necessary to monitor and protect the quality of the resource upstream of the…
Remote monitoring of fire hydrant activity and condition
An ageing and increasingly fragile water network Drinking water networks are becoming increasingly decrepit. As pipes regularly exceed their theoretical lifespan, they are subjected to frequent damage that make them even more vulnerable. Even more so when fire hydrants are not used properly. Hydrants require large flows at very high pressure, and that has an impact on the pipes. Combating wastage, network breakdown and fraud Fire hydrants are on public roads and are not underground like the rest of the network. Municipalities are responsible for the proper management of fire hydrants and are exposed to the risk of fraud, damage and even accidents in the event of freezing, for example. These hazards can have significant repercussions on the entire drinking water network: water loss, decrease in water quality, weakening of the pipes themselves and even overcharging. Monitor the activity of your fire hydrants and get information in real time APILINK, our solution for…
Water quality monitoring
Ensuring quality water: a major challenge for the 21st century Ensuring and improving water quality is a major challenge in the 21st century, which the United Nations has taken up with its 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Structurally, health risks are present at every level in a drinking water distribution network: ageing pipes, widespread use of chemicals in the industry, accidents and terrorist risks. For 42% of French people, water quality is the most worrying environmental issue 996,000 km of drinking water distribution network in France A local health issue for network managers Water is subject to multiple sources of deterioration while being transported that can affect its quality. Public companies or drinking water distributors in charge of public water networks, managers of industrial or commercial areas are responsible for the quality of drinking water throughout its cycle. Monitoring water quality is a health objective of prime importance. Securing water…
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