Are you still locking up your standpipes to prevent unauthorised access?
Typical Bulk Water Access
Locked standpipes with multiple keys in circulation
Manual reading of the water meters
Smarter Bulk Water Access
Swipe card and mobile device access
Tracking of water use with pre-pay options linked to the user
Low admin cost
Remote Access To Control and/or Monitor:
By measuring the water use per outlet the system will allow accurate allocation of costs as well as compare this data with the water utility meter
The tank levels can be monitored and interlocked with pump access. Low tank levels can provide SMS and email alarms
For applications where tanks are involved, the system can start a pump instead of opening the motorised valve
Central information about the activation or otherwise of all the standpipes provides councils with early warnings about faulty units
Individual user access is provided via swipe card and/or secure mobile device access. Options are pre-pay or post-pay
Long water distribution lines can sometimes negatively affect the available flow rates. Pressure sensors can be installed to provide remote info
Central management of all park related functions such as irrigation, path light control and many others
User pay approach to floodlight control with mobile phone and swipe card access for sporting clubs
Central management of water tanks for fire-fighting or irrigation purposes with level alarms via SMS and Email
Bulk Water Access through waist height outlets or overhead standpipes provide water to individuals, water carters or fire brigades.
Fully solar powered (with a mains powered option) the Smarter Standpipe controller provides swipe card and/or mobile device access to the unit.
An inbuilt water meter and motorised valve monitors and controls the water use.
Linked via the mobile phone network, data is accessible via a secure data server to councils for invoice purposes and to end users to check their available balance or outstanding account.
”Before we made our standpipe Smarter, we had 7 keys in circulation for individual access. Once we changed over we received requests for more than 40 cards.”
-Grant Voss, Town of Port Hedland
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