For the water district in question, the pilot utilised our wireless pump monitoring system to maximise operational performance, recommend asset upgrades and find savings.
We were delighted to present at WaterStart’s summit. It was the beginning of a positive relationship between our two organisations, and we are now part of WaterStart’s tech portfolio. Being within the organisation’s portfolio means we benefit from WaterStart’s ability to connect water companies with innovators such as us, which offer solutions to commonly experienced water challenges.
Working from our US office
Our US office is within WaterStart’s building on East Flamingo Road in Las Vegas, Nevada, from where we’re developing business in Northern California and across Nevada. As a result, we’ve been working with state water companies to deliver innovative technology and smart strategies to manage costs, and prioritise pump and system maintenance spend.
Networking across Northern California and Nevada
To further develop our network, we’re participating in NorCal TAG (the Northern California Technology Approval Group), which is an innovation forum run by Isle Utilities, a consultancy that brings together tech businesses and water utility companies.
With Nevada a hub of water innovation, we recently attended the American Water Works Association’s ACE18 Conference and Exposition, which took place in the state’s capital, Las Vegas. As an AWWA member we were delighted to be part of such a fantastic event, and look forward to supporting many more such US events in the years to come.
To discuss our US operations and projects, please do get in touch.