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    Water Distribution Systems

    Solutions for Water Distribution Systems

    Business Intelligence and Data Management

    • Real-time Web and mobile dashboards
    • Standard and customized reports, including daily “newspapers” for executives, energy management, chemical consumption, regulatory compliance related reports, process monitoring, and more.
    • Rule-based event management with multiple alerting options
      (text, mobile, email)
    • Preventive maintenance

    Algorithm-Based Decision Support Systems

    iNet – Water balances in DMAs

    An expert module that provides an online real-time indication of the water loss per district metered area (DMA), calculating and comparing DMA results to “normal demand behavior” (based on measured consumption profile history), and enabling access to reports and unlimited historical data, all in accordance with different levels of sensors & data available for collection (SCADA, AMR, CRM, remote flow meters and more).


    Cybersecurity Detection Algorithms for Water Utilities

    Solutions for detecting and monitoring suspected malicious interventions through anomaly detection and infrastructure
    data inconsistencies.

    Case Study

    Jordan Valley Water Association

    ordan Valley Water Association


    Based at the  basin of the Sea of Galilee, the Jordan Valley Water Association is the largest rural water utility in Israel, providing over 70 million cubic meters of water a year and  assuming responsibility for balancing multiple potable and reclaimed water resources (the Sea of Galilee, the Jordan River, the Yarmouk River, reclaimed two WWTPs and others).

    IOSight’s iGreen System

    Selected in 2013 and implemented in 2014, the iGreen system collects data from multiple sources, such as water and electricity AMR/AMI systems, SCADA, lab files, weather information, and others, and sends monthly invoices to local farmers based on complicated rules (for example, variable rate calculations according to the time of day), interfaces with ERPs, and presents results on dashboards and score-cards.


    “The transition from ‘sporadic’ tools such as MS Excel and MS Access, and un-synchronized systems for managing the operational, logistical, and financial aspects of the utility to the implementation of the iGreen system enables us to ‘walk on solid ground’ instead of basing invoices, regulatory balance reports, and operational decisions on inaccurate data, estimations, and undocumented history.”


    Yariv Karmel, CIO