Intelligent Water Networks

Population growth, urbanisation and climate change pose challenges to water utilities globally. Our clients use i2O’s solutions to instrument, analyse and control water networks to reduce leakage, reduce energy consumption and improve supply.

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Our market-leading solutions are currently operational in 47 countries around the world, covering a population of 50 million end users

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