Smart Water Management: Disruptive Technologies are Transforming the Water Industry

Smart Water Management: Disruptive Technologies are Transforming the Water Industry

Advanced Technologies are Improving the Water Management Process.

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09-Dec-2021
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Research Code: DA42-01-00-00-00
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Digital technologies such as AI, analytics, cloud, and digital twin are playing a key role in the transformation of the water industry. The application of these advanced technologies helps water resource authorities (both municipal and non-municipal authorities) to address various challenges related to the monitoring of water quality, the improvement of infrastructure asset management, the reduction of leakages, and the reliability of water supply (ultimately ensuring efficient water management).
Although advanced technologies hold significant potential in terms of improving operational efficiencies, the water industry continues to remain slow to adopt digital technologies. This is mainly due to the fragmented nature of the industry, which makes it difficult to implement new technologies across the entire ecosystem. However, with the rapidly changing landscape, traditional means of water management will no longer suffice, and digital technologies will gain traction in the near future.
In this research service, Frost & Sullivan assesses the impact of digital technologies on the water industry; the following topics are covered:
Overview of advanced digital technologies and their impact on the water industry
Growth drivers and restraints
Technology trends
Technology impact analysis
Key participants
Growth opportunities

Table of Contents

1.1 The Strategic Imperative 8™Factors creating Pressure on Growth in the Smart Water Management Market

1.2 The Strategic Imperative 8™

1.3 The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Smart Water Management Industry

1.4 About The Growth Pipeline Engine™

1.5 Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

2.1 Research Scope

2.2 Research Methodology

2.3 Research Methodology Explained

3.1 The Impact of Digitalization on the Water Industry

3.2 Key Digital Transformation Focus Areas in the Water Industry

4.1 Digital Water Investment

4.2 Growth Drivers

4.3 Growth Restraints

5.1 The Top 5 Technology Trends that are Transforming the Water Management Process

5.2 Data Analytics Facilitates Centralized Water Operations Management

5.3 Intelligent Automation Makes for Smart and Cost-efficient Water Operations

5.4 Advanced Technologies Help Water Utilities Achieve Sustainability Goals

6.1 Four Key Technologies are Transforming Water Management

6.2 Big Data: Providing Predictive Capabilities for Asset Management

6.3 Cloud Computing: Enabling Efficient Operations Management

6.4 Artificial Intelligence: Bringing Automation to Water Management

6.5 Digital Twin: Enabling Evaluations in Safe Virtual Environments

7.1 Xylem, The United States

7.2 DHI, Denmark

7.3 Olea Edge Analytics, The United States

7.4 Envirosuite, Australia

7.5 Itron, The United States

8.1 Growth Opportunity 1: Smart Metering Solutions to Meet the Rising Water Demand in Urban Areas

8.1 Growth Opportunity 1: Smart Metering Solutions to Meet the Rising Water Demand in Urban Areas (continued)

8.2 Growth Opportunity 2: AI-powered Solutions for Cost-effective Water Asset Maintenance

8.2 Growth Opportunity 2: AI-powered Solutions for Cost-effective Water Asset Maintenance (continued)

8.3 Growth Opportunity 3: Cloud-based Analytics to Improve Operations and Comply with Regulations

8.3 Growth Opportunity 3: Cloud-based Analytics to Improve Operations and Comply with Regulations (continued)

9.1 Key Contacts

10.1 Your Next Steps

10.2 Why Frost, Why Now?

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Digital technologies such as AI, analytics, cloud, and digital twin are playing a key role in the transformation of the water industry. The application of these advanced technologies helps water resource authorities (both municipal and non-municipal authorities) to address various challenges related to the monitoring of water quality, the improvement of infrastructure asset management, the reduction of leakages, and the reliability of water supply (ultimately ensuring efficient water management). Although advanced technologies hold significant potential in terms of improving operational efficiencies, the water industry continues to remain slow to adopt digital technologies. This is mainly due to the fragmented nature of the industry, which makes it difficult to implement new technologies across the entire ecosystem. However, with the rapidly changing landscape, traditional means of water management will no longer suffice, and digital technologies will gain traction in the near future. In this research service, Frost & Sullivan assesses the impact of digital technologies on the water industry; the following topics are covered: Overview of advanced digital technologies and their impact on the water industry Growth drivers and restraints Technology trends Technology impact analysis Key participants Growth opportunities
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