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What would you do to protect the quality of your drinking water?

Protecting Drinking Water Quality

What would you do to protect the quality of your drinking water?

In the U.S., we take our clean and safe water supply for granted. But TWO MILLION Americans don't have access to safe drinking water. What can be done?

Anyone promising flashy, fast fixes should be treated with skepticism. The way forward calls for methodical, reliable solutions. That means using automation to monitor quality at its source, including levels of fluoride or chlorine that are added for public safety.

Water monitoring by hand is still a common practice, but it is time-consuming, labor-intensive, and provides limited data. There is a better way. Put a small, portable device at the water's edge. Connect sensors to a small computer or edge device, use them to collect data on water quality, and transmit that data to your utility. No internet connection is required. Cellular data transmits water quality data to the device of your choosing. Innovative software provides insights that give you the power to decide what action to take.

Ayyeka's hardware is known as a Wavelet, and it connects to all types of sensors. Our Field Asset Intelligence platform will organize the data into easy-to-read charts and graphs. You can set alerts to find out immediately when there is a problem. No more waiting for the technician to return from the field with week-old data. Get the data you need, when and where you need it. Our software works with your laptop, mobile, or SCADA system.

What about the quality of the data quality itself? What happens when transmission is interrupted? Receive alerts to fix the problem immediately. What about the missing data? Our AI Data Curator will fix gaps to help you fulfill demanding regulatory requirements.

Sounds great, but where do you start? Ayyeka will walk you through the installation process, and you don't need a PhD in Computer Science to do it, either. Click the link below for more details. 

 

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