Datawatt has a lot of experience in the field of water management, and uses this experience just as well voor projects abroad. These projects concern waste water and surface water management but also drinking water projects in which telemetry, monitoring, alerting, data acquisition, scada and automation is applied.
Datawatt not only has experience in the Netherlands in the field of water management but also internationally. The reference projects are not only in western countries but also in the so called “third world” countries.
Waste water and surface water management
Best practices are the projects Datawatt delivered for different Windward Islands in the Dutch Antilles. Datawatt delivered systems for the entire waste water and surface water management for both Aruba and Curaçao. The systems are used for surveillance, data collection and control of the sewage treatment plants and pumping stations. On a number of key locations Datawatt has delivered complete control units, which are equipped with Datawatt RTUs. These control units communicate to the central scada system, that take care of the full reporting, control and alarming situations. Datawatt has delivered the complete cabinets and the central scada system.
Clean drinking water solutions
A best practice in the area of drinking water projects is the Water Operators Partnership (WOP) project in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh for the integrated approach for improving water supply, sanitation and hygiene promotion (WASH). Vitens Evides International (VEI) has asked Datawatt to work on improving the supply and distribution network and the delivery of a monitoring and scada system for District Metered Areas (DMAs). Datawatt delivers the data loggers and a web-based scada application to monitor the DMAs. The data will be used to optimise the distribution and to have the right and current information for the optimal use of the infrastructure. The local staff is educated to work with the equipment independently.
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