Israeli smart water network company TaKaDu has announced two new contracts around the world.
A contract for a pilot scheme for the Taiwan Water Corporation will implement the TaKaDu ‘event management’ system across a total of 3000 km of pipeline in selected regions of the national water company’s network. The contract is between the utility and TaKaDu’s local partner in Taiwan, eHow, linked to a collaboration framework between Israel and Taiwan. The intention is to also look at extending the leakage reduction and network management solution across the country.
‘The deal with TWC is an important milestone for us, representing our first customer in the Asia, and we are confident that it will make a real difference to TWC’s operational efficiency and lead to a long-term win-win relationship,’ commendated Amir Peleg, founder and CEO of TaKaDu.
TaKaDu has also announced that it is to collaborate with existing water utility customer Unitywater, in Queensland, Australia, to offer TaKaDu’s service to other smaller utilities in the state. Utilities with less than 2000 km of pipeline will be able to add their service area to Unitywater’s TaKaDu system in take advantage of the network monitoring, leak detection and network prediction services available.
TaKaDu also announced that it has formed a partnership with G&A Consultants S.A., an integrator that provides services to the IT, telecommunications, energy and water markets in Chile. The companies will work together to bring TaKaDu’s software solution to the Chilean water sector, enabling customers to expand their water saving initiatives and improve their network management strategies.
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