Securing drinking water
networks by detecting
quality anomalies at
early stages

Improved risk management

  • Immediate identification of accidental or malicious incidents: opening of fire hydrants, pollution, intrusions on the network, etc.
  • Characterisation and localisation of the impact of incidents.
  • Taking into account the specific characteristics of a territory on a permanent or ad hoc basis: sensitive area, fragile resource, operational constraints, etc.

Regulatory compliance

  • Towards a ‘0’ non-compliance objective related to operations: bacterial pollution, particulate pollution related to work or interventions on networks, incidents on the production chain, etc.
  • Support for the implementation of new regulatory requirements,in particular those introduced by the Water Safety Management Plans (WSMP).
  • Identification of recurrent network anomalies such as backflow, red water, turbid water, unusual chlorine consumption, etc

Operational excellence

  • Overall improvement of the global water production process: modifications to the treatment plant, chlorine injections, THM elimination, etc.
  • Continual monitoring of the stability of the quality of water delivered over time.
  • Reduction of perceived changes in tap water quality: Taste, odour or colour.