New water management technologies
09.07.2018

New water management technologies

Indra tells the Leaders about the most innovative technology applications for water management

The meeting held by the Leaders at Indra’s offices focused on safety and cybersecurity in the water industry.

The Spanish company has extensive experience in India, where it is a leading provider of technology for air traffic management. It has also implemented its solutions on metro lines and toll motorways, as well as on the Chenani tunnel, the longest in South East Asia.

The company also provides smart water management solutions, which streamline water resource management through the use of key components such as sensors, IoT communications and platform, artificial intelligence and big data. Indra also pays special attention to cybersecurity, especially in indispensable systems such as the water supply.

María Ángeles Pérez Espinosa, representative of Public Affairs and Institutional Relations at Indra; Lucía Herrero, technical consultant for energy and water; Liliana Velasco, Head of Indra´s Water Division and Araceli Iniesta, a member of the Department of International Business at Prointec (part of the Indra group), spoke to the Leaders about the different areas and services offered by Indra.

Through different solutions such as InDROP, IGEA and InGEN, Indra provides tools to control the whole water cycle and all the activities involved, from organising work teams to utilities for customer services or integrating water management in the concept of smart cities.

Architect Panjak Vir Gupta took a keen interest and asked about examples of the integration of water management into smart cities. One of the best such examples is the case of Coruña and its Coruña Smart City project, which implements smart water management and monitoring systems and provides for savings of up to 25% on water bills.

Lucía Herrero emphasised that Indra also pays a great deal of attention to cybersecurity in order to prevent people from the outside from taking control of one of the country’s most important facilities.

Dinesh Kumar and Wapcos’ Managing Director, Shri R. K. Gupta, enquired about water losses, both physical and commercial (billing errors) and the potential application of Indra’s systems to long-distance water transport infrastructure. In this area, there was a landmark case in Monterrey, Mexico, where Indra’s control systems detected a level of loss of 37% and the company was able to develop a strategy to reduce the volume.

Report: 6th Indian Leaders Programme 2018

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