At Aqua Analytics, our team has helped pioneer smart water network management solutions in Australia and New Zealand for over 20 years.
This knowledge has uniquely positioned us to understand how the emergence of digital solutions can help contribute to improved operational efficiency and leakage reduction in water systems.
Aqua Analytics helps towns and cities across Australia and New Zealand reduce leakage in their water networks. By coupling highly skilled field teams with industry-leading innovation, we can achieve significant improvements over those from legacy leakage programs. Our teams have become a critical interface between the digital and physical assets of a water utility. For example, our teams have involvement in the design and installation of smart water networks for real-time insight and engagement in performance-based contracts for leakage reduction.
In 1997, we owned the first leak noise correlator outside of a water utility.
In 1999, Sydney Water first engaged us to find leaks in the oldest portions of their network.
Our efforts quickly evolved into projects around Australia and New Zealand. Including long-term water loss reduction and leak active detection programs in Sydney, Adelaide, Auckland, Christchurch, Perth, Melbourne and Newcastle.
From Bondi to Bunbury, Surry Hills to St Kilda, Alice Springs to Birdsville. Our focus is always on providing high-quality advice and a customised leakage reduction strategy that ensures success in the local environment.
With industry thought leaders leading our organisation, we solve complex water network challenges. Our teams bring unique perspectives and solution sets that create step-change in your organisation’s approach to water network management. Increasingly these insights are viewed to be critically important at a time when the emergence of digital water technologies is on everyone’s mind.
To learn more about Aqua Analytics and how we help with leakage reduction and smart water programs, contact us today.
Aqua Analytics Australia Pty Ltd (ABN 13 641 160 125)