Diehl Metering provides smart metering solutions to utilities companies through the intelligent networking of various metering devices into larger data platforms. Thanks to more than 20 years of experience with the company’s own radio technology, Diehl Metering has at its disposal excellent expertise in communications within the Internet of Things.
Non-Revenue Water (NRW) is not only a waste of precious resource but also causes economic, ecological and humanitarian damages.
This global issue harms the environment by losing potable water, generates additional costs to utilities (production, maintenance, revenue losses) and can have consequences on service levels and water quality.
Locally, recent governmental policies and publications warn about the urgency to fight against the NRW phenomenon. All over the world, some issues are already identified: ageing of networks, reduction of consumption, price control.
NRW is not only leakage. It has an impact at all levels – from water abstraction to billing. Causes are as diverse as they are complicated to identify and measure. The factors for NRW are plenty. This makes NRW decrease a major topic to ensure the future of utilities.
Our experience and the reliability of our meters enable us to provide high metering performances, especially with extremely low or high flow rates. The installation of reliable and durable meters, and the ability to maintain accuracy over their entire lifetime, help set the records straight and decrease NRW. Whether you’re looking for a static or a mechanical meter, our entire range of meters provide measurements and data you can rely on. In addition, with our range of ultrasonic meters, HYDRUS, and our mechanical meters ALTAÏR, you can have better due date insights of water consumption to improve billing accuracy and leakage detection.
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Records can be lost when completed manually or with deficient remote systems. But the major problem is to obtain due date consumption data in order to calculate a reliable Water balance which won't be based on estimated data. Utilities can streamline the NRW calculation and the billing process using our AMR / AMI solutions. Built on IZAR technology since 1996, our smart meters are able to transmit data in particularly challenging environments and climatic conditions.
AMR / AMI solutions
Alarms embedded in our smart meters and in our IZAR radio modules help utilities detect meter tampering, illegal connections, leaks or broken meters. When configured as part of an AMI (Advanced Metering Infrastructure) solution, our smart meters send alerts in real time, enabling utilities to detect and to react quickly in order to prevent additional lost revenue.
Multiple metrics are collected from your network and all this data is then synchronized with our software IZAR@NET 2. Its high modularity and flexibility facilitates the read out processes and the supply network giving a global overview of the water network and keeping you informed immediately if any problem occurs. When integrated with other software used by your business, such as your billing system, it enables you to automate key processes and avoid errors or record losses.
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Serving more than 15 million people in 100 municipalities, BRK Ambiental is the largest private sanitation company in Brazil. As it set out to expand the supply of quality water and sewage services, the company faced numerous obstacles - including a shortage of reliable meters in Brazil.
Finding the process of taking manual readings from more than 1.2 million water meters in Manila increasingly problematic, the local water supplier, Maynilad, decided to install a reliable AMR system. Thanks to Diehl Metering’s drive-by solution, the company managed to reduce its NRW losses from 61% to 29%.
Jamaican water supplier National Water Commission (NWC) has found the perfect technology to cope with the challenging weather and environmental conditions in the Caribbean by implementing 50,000 HYDRUS ultrasonic water meters. The fixed network, which was also implemented in Long Mountain, is a step further in the process of digitalising the region’s water supply.