Listening is believing: TaKaDu goes leak detecting in the UK

June 21, 2011 at 6:08 pm Leave a comment

Shirley Segal and Omry Tuval of TaKaDu went leak detecting with a real leak detection crew two weeks ago, in the UK. They had to see (listen) for themselves how the leaks detected by TaKaDu translate into field work.

Omry and leak

Omry and leak, exchanging thoughts

This is part of an effort to understand how TaKaDu alerts are translated into actions by real-life repair and detection crews — even including yellow-jacket wearing. Hopefully, integrating TaKaDu alerts with the realities of water utility staff and processes will make them better.

TaKaDu's Shirley Segal, Yellow Jacket and Potential Leak

TaKaDu's Shirley Segal, Yellow Jacket and Potential Leak

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