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In 2020, the Basic Sanitation Company of the State of São Paulo (Sabesp) bet on the future of its society by incorporating Elliot Water to its management. Sabesp is responsible for 30% of the basic sanitation investments made in Brazil.
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Clean Water And Sanitation
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Challenge / Goal
In 2020, the Basic Sanitation Company of the State of São Paulo (Sabesp) bet on the future of its society by incorporating Elliot Water to its management. Sabesp is responsible for 30% of the basic sanitation investments made in Brazil. Its network, in the metropolitan area of São Paulo, has 6.3 million water connections, 34 water treatment plants, 387 reservoirs that store 2.3 billion liters of water and a distribution network 40,300 km long.
The challenge of this project was:
The implementation and maintenance of integrated automation solutions,
Telemetry and data analysis, as well as data communication, to improve the commercial, operational and loss management of the business unit.
Through intelligent sensors that transmit data from the entire water cycle network, Elliot Water allows Sabesp to predict and optimize operational and maintenance processes and make its water networks more efficient by reducing losses, leaks, water thefts, etc. In addition, Elliot's system integration and interconnection capacity allows the control and intelligent management of water quality, asset management and energy management, reducing direct costs and offering a better and more economical service to users.
Integral water cycle (supply, sanitation and wastewater treatment).
Converters for the transmission of data via GPRS from raw water collection.
Scanning services and automation of the account management process with electrical energy.
Machine learning system for predictive maintenance applied to assets in drinking water supply networks.
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