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  • management of public water utilities: their monitoring, communications and IT infrastructure
  • they improve operational efficiencies, conserve water and save money
  • permit to acquire, transmit and store data, and apply analytics to decision making
  • quarantee sufficient and accuraaate water system data
  • the devices – meters, analyzers, handheld sensors, etc. communicate and store information effectively
  • the data is transmitted in the right intervals
  • low latency level acceptable for customers application
  • the data and analytics permit to improve operations
  • reduce water loss
  • the modern water system performs another vital public safety function – the provision of a ready supply of water to use in the event of a fire
  • ensure efficient account management

the account management component includes customer interface and finances. This involves the information exchange about consumption (water use data gathering), billing, receipt of payment and the continuation of service based upon those finances

Smart water can be viewed as a concept that is able to monitor system for the data, analyze that data effectively, and make better decisions to improve system in any of the four core areas-quality, sustainability, delivery or finance.