South West Water selects i2O for loggers
Tue 18th April 2017
University of Southampton Science Park resident, i2O, has been selected by South West Water to provide the digital loggers that will monitor clean water performance in the South West region for the next four years.
South West Water, which provides water and wastewater services to 1.7m people across Cornwall, Devon, Dorset and Somerset, will install 4,000 of i2O’s dNet loggers to record, communicate and analyse data relating to water demand, flow, pressure, and the condition of assets.
Founded in 2005, i2O provides smart network solutions to help water utilities respond to the challenges posed by urbanisation, ageing infrastructure and extreme weather. It services more than 100 utilities in over 25 countries but the South West Water order marks i2O’s biggest to date.
Joel Hagan, CEO of i2O, commented: “South West Water is currently one of the most progressive water utilities in the UK and I am delighted to be extending our relationship with them. South West Water has recognised that reliable and accurate data is a fundamental requirement for deriving actionable insight about the water network. i2O’s loggers are accurate, robust and reliable, and offer unique data about network performance.”