Solutions by water, for water

Proven technologies,
deployed at scale

Outcomes for assets, customers,
and the environment

Partnering for sustainable outcomes

We work with water and wastewater providers, councils and others on a local and global scale.

We’re committed to bringing positive change to the communities and environments of our customers.


Purpose-built and proven for water, Iota platforms and devices optimise asset management, support climate adaptation, enhance customer satisfaction and improve affordability

Tank Talk®

Monitor and control tank capacity to reduce flood risk, remotely


Integrated into the digital meter, Sotto vibration sensor detects network-side leaks

Digital meters

Ultrasonic, NB-IoT digital meters with fully integrated sensors measure flow, pressure and more.

Flow Lotic™

Added to existing analogue meters to track water usage and detect leaks at an industrial scale.


Monitor and control low pressure sewer networks remotely with OneBox®

Biosolids - Biochar

Removing contaminants and sequestering carbon for soil improvement


Barwon Water is teaming up with Iota to meet the shared challenges facing the Victorian water sector with technology developed in the state.

Spark IoT has today announced a partnership with Iota, a subsidiary of South East Water (the water authority for the South East of Melbourne in Australia) to bring its enterprise IoT platform Lentic® and a new generation of smart water meter technology to local councils and water utilities in Aotearoa. 

Fujitsu and Iota agreement

Fujitsu Australia and Iota have a strategic agreement for ongoing product development and implementation of the Lentic® platform, an enterprise IoT solution for the water utility sector.

De-risk digital transformation

Iota and our ecosystem of global partners support digital transformation in the water sector. Leveraging products, platforms and water domain expertise to combat the effects of climate change, population growth and rising customer expectations.

Your genuine partner

Owned by South East Water, Iota is uniquely positioned to share solutions, insights and learnings with our customers. Partnering with global organisations to deliver at scale.

Water operators globally face similar challenges in the management of water and wastewater networks – Iota’s solutions are purpose-built to help.

News and insights

Stay up to date with our latest projects and partnerships.  


Water Utility ChallengesDigital Utility LeversLentic® Enablers
Water scarcity from climate change and population growthReduce water wastage by identifying network leaksEnable an integrated ecosystem that leverages machine intelligence
Meet and exceed environmental regulatory requirementsIncrease digital monitoring of water value chain to improve water quality and reduce environmental impactEnhance data quality and quantity to support regulatory reporting and transparency


Water Utility Challenges Digital Utility Levers Lentic® Enablers
Rising customer expectations Provide customers with relevant on-demand insights through preferred channels, enabling better service experiences Built-in domain knowledge delivers on-demand customisable insights to customers
Affordability Reduce water services costs through innovative demand management and enhanced operational efficiency Support automation of key business processes to enhance customer service delivery and reduce demand


Water Utility Challenges Digital Utility Levers Lentic® Enablers
Optimise asset life and reduce operating costs Visualise performance and manage asset lifecycle in real time while reducing the need to fund additional infrastructure Domain rules applied to predict unknown disruption across assets, by providing high volume of data
Reduce non-revenue water losses Automate identification of network leaks to enable rapid and cost-effective fault resolution Enable integration of field device data across enterprise systems to manage utility response to network leaks and faults
Protect asset security Provide a safe and resilient operating environment reducing cyber risks to critical infrastructure Security policy and controls are in place to support continuous monitoring efforts in line with ISO0227001