Inflowmatix is delighted to announce their collaboration with Bristol Water for network optimisation across the asset management period 7 (AMP7) Programme. Inflowmatix designs, builds and consults on the implementation of solutions that enable water utilities to monitor, understand and optimise the performance of their networks.
We’re delighted to be working closely with Frank and the team at Bristol Water to help achieve their performance commitments. Via strategic InflowSense™ ‘Edge’ deployments in challenging DMA’s and regular data reviews we continue to identify and localise segments of the network that are affected by enhanced pressure induced stress and recurring transient behaviour. These valuable outcomes are enabling Bristol Water to take the necessary remedial interventions for network calming.
We believe that building on the collaboration with Imperial College London (ICL) and the research work led by Dr. Ivan Stoianov will position Bristol Water as a ‘frontier company’ within the sector
Dr. Mike WilliamsCEO Inflowmatix Limited
Using the high frequency (128 S/s) InflowSense™ ‘Edge’devices and InflowSys™ advanced analytics algorithms of Cumulative Pressure Induced Stress (CPIS™) and event source localisation will assist Bristol Water towards delivering a number of key performance commitments such as customer interruptions and leakage.
Additionally, Inflowmatix has enabled direct access from our hydraulic models to 15 minute data through collaborative working with Innovyze. From this, we will be able to move beyond the collection of 15 minute average data in order to fully understand the dynamic behaviour within the network. Using the high frequency InflowSense™ Edge devices along with this collaborative approach is enabling us to apply optimal network monitoring and control.
We believe that working with progressive, solution focused and agile partners such as Inflowmatix really positions us well for meeting the challenges of AMP7 and beyond.
Frank Van Der KleijHead of Asset Risk and Planning