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Unitywater Announces Contract with Israel’s TaKaDu

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Monday, June 3rd, 2013

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As reported in PRWeb: Australian water utility, Unitywater, announces an initial contract with TaKaDu, a global leader in water network monitoring technology.

Australian water utility, Unitywater, today announced an initial contract with TaKaDu, a global leader in water network monitoring technology.

Unitywater has been focused on improving its network efficiency, reducing water losses and saving costs. TaKaDu’s software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution will enable Unitywater to take control of its network by providing real-time knowledge and alerts about inefficiencies and water loss, in addition to other concerns about water distribution assets.

“The TaKaDu solution uses existing meter and sensor readings, advanced statistical algorithms and easy to use web application to detect, accurately identify and report network abnormalities, such as leaks, bursts and pressure problems 365/24/7,” said TaKaDu Founder and CEO, Amir Peleg.

Unitywater’s water supply network is comprised of 5,542 km of water mains pipes, 108 water reservoirs and 79 water pump stations across the Sunshine Coast and Moreton Bay regions in Queensland.

Unitywater CEO, George Theo stated, “TaKaDu’s product provides us with visibility to the network, and enables the most cost-effective way of undertaking this valuable analysis, in being able to locate hidden leaks that do not come to the surface.”

“The principle advantage of the TaKaDu system, which has been used in a number of water utilities around the world, is that the software will ‘learn’ how our system operates and will then identify unusual trends or anomalies within the water supply network. A monitoring report in real time will allow us to proactively track and respond to changes as quickly as possible,” Mr. Theo said.

By using TaKaDu’s solution, Unitywater can anticipate cost savings through the reduction of water lost through leaks and bursts and improvement in the performance of its water supply network. Further savings will also be realised through increased energy efficiency.

“Ultimately, our customers will benefit from this leading edge technology, because being more efficient means we can keep bills as low as possible,” George Theo said.

Since its establishment in July 2010, Unitywater has worked diligently to identify and implement efficiencies across its business. Its contract with TaKaDu is yet another example of how Unitywater is embracing innovation and demonstrating value to its customers.

About Unitywater

Unitywater is a statutory authority that provides water supply and sewerage services to a population of approximately 750,000 in Moreton Bay and on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia.

About TaKaDu

TaKaDu is the global leader in Water Network Monitoring, providing a comprehensive platform for water utilities looking to reduce costs and increase efficiency. TaKaDu’s web-based solution gives the utility real-time control over network events, using state-of-the-art statistical and mathematical algorithms. TaKaDu’s patented technology is easy to deploy, requiring no network changes, no additional devices and no capital expenditure. TaKaDu saves time, money, water and energy in water utilities across the globe. It serves utilities through a global network of partners and resellers. TaKaDu is a founding member of the Smart Water Networks (SWAN) Forum, and the winner of many industry awards, including the prestigious Technology Pioneer award from the World Economic Forum.