We partner with organisations around the globe, to commercialise fit-for-water solutions today while preparing the industry for tomorrow.
Fujitsu Australia entered a strategic agreement for ongoing product development and implementation of the Lentic® platform. Fujitsu is jointly working on a roadmap for Lentic® to rapidly scale and support water utility organisations seeking to deliver better, more sustainable and cost-effective services. The strategic agreement will further accelerate the development and commercialisation of Lentic® to help utilities and councils plan for future sustainable water management and deliver sustainable infrastructure to the wider communities.
Optus is a leading telecommunication provider in Australia. For over 40 years Optus has supported customers with network and communication services. A consortium led by Optus Networks Australia and including Iota has been awarded the Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Smart Water Meter contract for the Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC).
|Water Utility Challenges
|Digital Utility Levers
|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