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Automatic Wireless Meters Reading for Water Distribution Network in Talsi City

By Anatolijs Zabašta, Nadežda Kuņicina, Jeļena Čaiko and Leonīds Ribickis

Abstract

Nowadays, there is a growing need to develop appropriate methods to acquire, process and interpret large amounts of data in real time to assist the decision making process for optimal drinking water distribution systems management. The presented wireless AMR methodology, which was piloted in Talsi city, is designed as warning systems to prompt the appropriate response to eliminate or mitigate leaks, client’s fraud and to ensure customers and water supply companies with reliable and timely data. One of the main benefits of the methodology presented here is that it enables operators to become more effective and efficient in emergency conditions

Topics: automatic meter reading, sensors, concentrators, GPRS
Publisher: IEEE
OAI identifier: oai:ortus.rtu.lv:10049
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