Dec. 6, 2013 13:23 UTC

Research and Markets: Smart Water Networks: Opportunities in Network Efficiency Optimisation - Save up to $12.5 Billion

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/z36p46/smart_water) has announced the addition of the "Smart Water Networks: Opportunities in Network Efficiency Optimisation" report to their offering.

Help utilities to save water and money

The report offers a market analysis for every component of the smart water network, including forecasts, technology trends and market player analysis. Designed to help you pitch the right solution in the right markets, this report is your guide to identifying the biggest opportunities for your solution now, planning your product development, or devising strategies to partner with businesses that complement your offering - so you can evaluate the potential of providing an integrated smart solutions to meet the changing needs of utilities.

According to a report by Sensus, utilities could save up to $12.5 billion by implementing smart water systems, so there are huge opportunities for smart water companies who are offering the right solutions. Smart water networks will allow utilities to monitor and maximise existing water supplies, respond to regulatory pressure for improved customer services using cloud-based platforms, save expenditure on new infrastructure to secure water supplies and generally their network efficiency overall. There are also long-term benefits - saving water resources now will stand utilities in good stead for a future characterised by climate change, increasing water scarcity and population growth.

Highlighting your business case

The biggest challenge for utilities is formulating a strong enough business case to justify investment in smart water networks - and your job is to help them recognise the benefits. The report analyses market trends and the challenges faced by utilities, so you can devise strong strategies to convince utilities that adopting your solution will be a worthwhile investment.

Designed to help you pitch the right solution in the right markets, this report is your guide to identifying the biggest opportunities for your solution now, planning your product development, or devising strategies to partner with businesses who complement your offering - so you can evaluate the potential of providing an integrated smart solutions to meet the changing needs of utilities.

The smart product market:

- Pumps, valves pipes. etc

- Sensing and control technologies

- Collection and communication solutions

- Data management and display

- Data fusion and analysis

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Market dynamics

Chapter 3: Smart water networks market tiers

Chapter 4: Smart metering and customer services

Chapter 5: Smart leakage management

Chapter 6: Smart water quality monitoring

Chapter 7: Services market

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/z36p46/smart_water

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Sector: Water


Source: Research and Markets