The global water storage systems market is anticipated to reach USD 25.1 billion by 2027. The surge in the need for water storage systems specifically in the building and construction industry is one of the major reasons driving the growth of this market. The goal of operating water storage tanks is to offer the highest quality of water available to the people.
“With the increasing consciousness to save water, ingenious human minds are coming up with several solutions to mask the depletion of drinking water. They are putting forth appreciable measures to manage wastewater and appropriately use it,” says Hasmukh Patel, Founder, Jay Water.
Owing to the water scarcity faced by the population across the world, IoT water management emerged as a viable solution. This solution aims to reduce pollution, optimize water infrastructure, and promote effective resource utilization.
Companies around the world have started to invest in smart water management and this has helped in driving the market growth. It is predicted that by 2031 the market size will reach USD 53.6 billion. Factories leverage IoT devices and sensors for monitoring their water distribution networks, which would help in facilitating in preservation of the resources. In this article let us look at how IoT and sensors are enhancing water storage systems.
Reduced equipment maintenance expenses & Remote Monitoring
The water industry involves several pieces of equipment & machinery that have to be maintained. By attaching IoT devices to storage tanks, pipes, pumps, treatment plants and other assets, organizations can reduce their maintenance expenses with constant monitoring & automation techniques.
Industrial IoT monitoring systems that are connected to the water supply chain help stakeholders to manage their equipment as well as water networks remotely. These systems include the technology of collecting, transmitting as well as analyzing data from water storage facilities without the requirement for physical presence on-site.
The water storage facilities can enhance operational efficiency by implementing a robust remote monitoring system. In addition to these, it can also help in reducing downtime, and address issues, which would contribute to the sustainable management of water resources, ultimately.
EnergyBots’ FloSenso – an automatic water level controller is used to monitor and regulate water levels in domestic water tanks.