Waterfall is an innovative, end-to-end solution that can help you harness water consumption data to achieve smarter network management.
Smarter modelling. Smarter maintenance. Smarter service.
Based on near-real-time pressure and flow data, Waterfall finally makes it possible to optimise your network for demand.
With each households’ consumption accounted for down to millilitre levels of accuracy, pinpointing unmetered flow elsewhere in your network becomes relatively simple. Waterfall gives your team visibility -immediately and continuously – across all points of the network, so you can detect and address pressure surges, for example, based on early warning signs rather than consequences.
The data Waterfall provides makes it easier to prioritise, plan and budget for maintenance and repair work. It can also reduce the excess costs and customer complaints associated with over-or under-pressurisation of your network. For consumers, this translates into fewer interruptions to their supply and fewer reasons to complain.
Learn how Waterfall integrates sensor technology with Cloud AI and a multi-functional customer-facing app, to offer a complete solution and compelling case for investment in smart metering.
Discover how Waterfall, during recent and comprehensive trials, has clearly demonstrated significant PCC reductions through behavioural change as well as by addressing leakage and unmetered flows.
Proactive network management emerged as one of the central tenets of PR19. Find out how Waterfall can help you harness water consumption data to achieve smarter network management.
SES Water has been shortlisted for Water Resources Initiative of the Year at the prestigious Water Industry Awards following continued success of its Waterfall smart meter roll-out with Creative EC.
David Hartwell, Head of Business Development at Creative EC, takes a pensive, deep-dive into the vulnerable water landscape, explaining what ‘Day Zero’ could look like, why we’re in this precarious situation, and most importantly, what we can all do to alleviate and rectify the problems, because it’s not too late!
Discover how IoT-enabled water event metering can aid smarter network management, and how the UK could become world-leaders in water networking management, in this eye-opening article from David Hartwell, Head of Business Development, Creative EC.
Find out how Waterfall can help with proactive and engaged customer communication by equipping customer service teams with the insight to explain how to bring water usage and bills down, and by driving changes in customer behaviour.
Find out why Waterfall does not have the limitations of traditional smart meters and how it uniquely utilises a Water Event Meter to give water companies and consumers never-before-seen benefits, including pressure, temperature and billing-grade data.
Take a look at our handy infographic to understand why proactive network management is so important and a central tenet of PR19, what better network management looks like, and how Waterfall aids smarter network management.
Download the Smarter Metering Infographic to find out how Waterfall integrates sensor technology with Cloud AI and a multi-functional customer-facing app, offering a complete solution and a compelling case for investment in smart metering
Download our Infographic to see how Waterfall clearly demonstrated significant PCC reductions during trials of up to 37% through behavioural change as well as by addressing leakage and unmetered flows.
If you’re considering a new metering programme now or in the future, download this guide to find out how Waterfall can not only help meet your metering objectives, but your customer services objectives too.
Have a read of Cranfield University’s rigorous study on UK consumer attitudes to advanced smart devices like Waterfall, how water event metering can reduce consumption and whether consumers are prepared to have them installed in their home.
Download our helpful guide to discover how Waterfall can provide smarter and more sustainable water metering through consumer education, behavioural change, addressing leakage and unmetered flows.