Drinking water utilities deploy on average more than 100 water quality sensors from source to tap, whereas wastewater utilities install on average 60 sensors per utility. These numbers are expected to increase in the coming years.
Too many water quality alarms create unnecessary distractions and increase the risk of serious alarms being overlooked. Two solutions can help reduce the number of alarms and increase the efficiency of the alarm-handling process.
A sensor installed in the wrong location loses its value just like real estate does