Advanced Network Management
Network planning manager

NPM in Water

Optimization of drinking water networks, none revenue water management, and reducing losses and leaks have become some of the most important goals for city administrations in recent years, driven by limited water resources and increasing operational costs, including energy. As infrastructure networks become more complex due the changing energy mix, it becomes increasingly difficult for Utilities to manually monitor and manage them. This is why there is a need for Advanced Network Management. Historically utilities mainly use SCADA and other Operational Technologies, however with the increasing demands of Business Intelligence in operations and the merging of IT and OT worlds, it is needed to provide advanced analytics and better KPI management platforms which can provide a centralized view of network performance data from all sources within the network and allow for better operational as well as planning KPIs.

With years of experience in the installation of urban drinking water network monitoring and control technology and systems, VIVAVIS offers its customers specialized solutions aimed at reducing water losses and optimizing the network. The VIVAVIS technology  follows international standards for Non-Revenue Water (NRW) management.

VIVAVIS, with hundreds of references in the drinking water network field across Europe and various geographies worldwide, has implemented Water Loss Management solutions in three different cities with a total population exceeding 20 million and a combined network length of over 20,000 km in the last three years. In these cities, VIVAVIS has executed turnkey projects related to network management, along with Non-Revenue Water (NRW) Management solutions.


Water Loss Management

In accordance with the International Water Association (IWA) and DVGW W392 (Germany) standards, the None Revenue Water Management System, Water Balance, MNF Management, and Water Loss Management.

Distribution network management

From the water source to the end consumer, monitoring and managing all facilities on the transmission line and distribution network, as well as measurements in these facilities, through the network hierarchy.

DMA Management

In accordance with IWA standards, DMA (District Metered Area) Management, MNF (Minimum Night Flow) analysis, Water Balance, Upstream-Downstream pressure management, critical point pressure management, DMA- NRW (Non-Revenue Water), Leak Management.

Real-time data monitoring

Real-time data monitoring with data integration with other systems such as hydraulic model, GIS, AMR, AM, WFM etc.

Active leak Management

Planning, monitoring, and management of active leak detection services processes, which is one of the stages of leak detection.

Water Quality Management

Monitoring and managing water quality data such as chlorine, pH, and water age.

NPM establishes a management discipline where operations develop, manage, and continuously improve their performance. Consequently,

Water Losses are reduced

Water Losses are reduced

Adhering to the International Water Association (IWA) and DVGW W392 (Germany) standards, Non-Revenue Water (NRW), Water Loss, and Leak Management are implemented using Minimum Night Flow (MNF) and Water Balance Methods to control and reduce losses in the network.
Network malfunctions are minimized

Network malfunctions are minimized

Preventing high pressures that cause network failures, detecting faults leading to leaks, prevents operational disruptions, and reduces maintenance costs.
Service quality is enhanced

Service quality is enhanced

Ensuring the optimal operation of the network increases customer satisfaction by providing a continuous and sufficient water supply at ideal pressure.
Energy and operating costs are lowered

Energy and operating costs are lowered

The energy costs in water conveyance and distribution are increasing, significantly impacting the overall operational expenses. Operating the network at an optimal level based on the daily fluctuating demand helps reduce operational costs.
 The economic life of the infrastructure is extended

The economic life of the infrastructure is extended

Ensuring the network operates at an optimal pressure level is one of the most crucial factors affecting the economic lifespan of the network. The provided solution extends the economic life cycle of the network infrastructure.
AI - Artificial Intelligence solutions have been implemented.

AI - Artificial Intelligence solutions have been implemented.

Collected measurement and operational data are analyzed with AI - Artificial Intelligence solutions to create decision support systems.

Our video on NPM gives a comprehensive insight

NPM - Enables advanced management of the drinking water network from its source to the end-user. It enhances efficiency with industry-specific module solutions, providing an effective, successful, and sustainable operational opportunity.


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