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Software Aims To Reduce Water Consumption

WINT Water Intelligence has announced the availability of its products and services in the United States.

The WINT Water Intelligence solution was created to help organizations achieve two primary goals: To prevent damage from water leaks, and to improve sustainability by significantly reducing water consumption.

WINT uses advanced artificial intelligence to perform real-time water flow analysis and identify anomalies, waste, and leaks at their source. It sends instant alerts and can automatically shut water off to prevent damage. The WINT solution also delivers detailed analytics, reports, and deep insights, enabling sustainability and facility management teams to reduce consumption and prevent damage. The WINT Water Intelligence devices are designed for use in commercial facilities such as office buildings, hospitality, education, and manufacturing industries.

“Water can be a source of significant damage. An unexpected burst pipe can damage infrastructure and equipment and severely disrupt operations in a facility,” said Alon Geva, CEO of WINT. “Moreover, it’s no secret that water is one of our most precious resources; insight into how and where it is used is critical to conserving water and reducing consumption.”

“Our machine learning continuously adapts to local usage patterns, providing valuable visual feedback and instant alerts to facility managers, who can in turn use the information to easily discern between a malfunctioning device or a pipe break, for example,” Geva said. “Our clients are already reporting 25 percent lower consumption while using WINT, and we look forward to helping businesses throughout the United States avoid crippling water damage and become more sustainable enterprises.”

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 7/8/2019

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