The term smart water points to water and wastewater infrastructure that ensures this precious resource - and the energy used to transport it - is managed effectively. A smart water system is designed to gather meaningful and actionable data about the flow, pressure and distribution of water. Further, it is critical that that the consumption and forecasting of water use is accurate.
Smart water helps to realtime monitoring of water consumption,analyze customers usage patterns and detect water theft and leakages.water distribution and management system must be sound and viable in the long term to maintain its growth and should be equipped with the capacity to be monitored. Water loss management is becoming increasingly important as supplies are stressed by population growth or water scarcity. On the wastewater side, there is a move by organizations to transform wastewater treatment plants into resource recovery facilities, which includes energy.