Thames Water and TaKaDu receive IWA’s Sustainability Prize

September 25, 2010 at 11:58 am Leave a comment

TaKaDu's Haggai Scolnicov and Guy Horowitz receive the prize.

" TaKaDu's Haggai Scolnicov and Guy Horowitz receive the prize.

As the IWA World Water Congress wraps up in Montreal, we are enthusiastic about the great recognition Thames Water and TaKaDu have received from the IWA’s Sustanability Specialty Group. 

The 2010 Sustainability prize was given for innovation in the practical realization of sustainable urban water management, recognizing the implementation of TaKaDu’s Water Infrastructure Monitoring at Thames Water, in the UK.  

At Thames Water, TaKaDu’s solution analyzes data collected from the London utility’s distribution network. Thames Water is the UK’s largest water and wastewater services provider, serving 13.8 customers for wastewater and 8.7 million for clean water. Real-time alerts and views provide Thames Water’s staff increased visibility and greater control over its network assets and events.


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