Success story, Data

Asset Advanced, for intelligent and sustainable investment planning

The Drinking Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Act of 2021 in the United States provides $35 billion for water investments. "In 2019 alone, the cumulative investment gap in water infrastructure in the US was $81 billion. Other calculations suggest that more than $100 billion a year will be needed for the next 20 years." B. Vanden Bossche, Product Manager Asset Advanced
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IoT, Data

Data science for metrology

With the multiplication of smart objects, operators of factories, water and sewage networks or waste management are faced with a continuous increase in the number of measurements and data available to optimize their processes and consequently their overall performance. Data transmission must be controlled so that malfunctions or missing data do not disrupt the availability of key indicators for their businesses. A meticulous job, resulting from a long experience that SUEZ proposes now to its customers through a new dedicated offer!
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Smart city, Success story

Towards an optimized management of water network assets

With the recent acquisition of Optimatics by SUEZ, a leading Australian company in its field, Suez Smart Solutions adds a new string to its bow: the smart management of drinking water and wastewater network assets. A technological breakthrough which allows the optimisation of pipe renewal plans.
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When remote valve control reconciles economic and environmental issues

Thanks to ON’connectTM switch, Suez Smart Solutions has developed a solution designed for all urban infrastructures, as well as for industrial or semi-public entities to control their facilities’ water supply. What we planned: leak detection, automatic valve closure, savings and environmental issues...
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SUEZ wins two contracts in the sustainable management of water resources in South East Asia

SUEZ has signed one contract in Singapore and one in Malaysia with a total value of €10.8 million. PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency, has chosen SUEZ to expand and maintain a system for real-time monitoring and optimization of reservoir and catchment operations for a period of four years. This is aligned with the Smart PUB Roadmap that targets to meet Singapore’s future water needs and water resources management optimization through comprehensive digitalization. The second contract will provide drinking water to 400,000 residents in Terengganu State, Malaysia.
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