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MASJID AL-HARAM RELIES ON WIN-911 ALARM NOTIFICATION SOFTWARE
MASJID AL-HARAM RELIES ON WIN-911 ALARM NOTIFICATION SOFTWARE
The mosque needed a way to test its water supply and whenever the system registers a potential problem with the ph, sourcing, distribution, or cleanliness needed to be alerted.
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The Municipality of Orford Use eWON for Water Supply
The Municipality of Orford Use eWON for Water Supply
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Orford, Quebec is home to 3,600 people. The rugged hills surrounding the town complicate the job of supplying water to its residents, businesses and fire protection services.
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IIC - Intelligent Urban Water Supply Testbed
IIC - Intelligent Urban Water Supply Testbed
Water, after air, is the second most critical natural resource our lives depend upon. Maintaining adequate clean and safe water supply to urban residents has become ever-challenging. This is especially so under the pressure from the rapid urbanization of the populations in developing countries and increasingly severe constraints of available water resources in many parts of the world. The situation is exacerbated by the inadequate and aging equipment deployed in the water supply infrastructure and the ineffectiveness in the management of the operations of the equipment. The consequence of these conditions impacts to the health and quality of lives of millions of urban residents. The prevailing conditions in the urban water supply systems include: • Safety: Inability to timely detect water quality issues that may lead to health problems • Service Availability: Inability to detect, address and prevent, on a timely basis, operational issues that cause unnecessary service outages • Efficiency: Inability to assess and identify water leakages, and to identify and address energy over-consumption in heavy operational assets (e.g. water-pressurizing bumps), both leading to wastefulness of valuable resources and in the latter case negatively impacting the environment • Effectiveness: Inability to optimize the operation of a group of water-pressuring pumps to provide equitable water supply and to avoid equipment damages under these conditions.
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