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Aquadvanced™ is an innovative solution for efficient management of the supply network that reduces operating costs, monitors water quality and optimises consumption of water and energy. The intuitive modular AQUADVANCED™ interface provides a full real-time view of operation of the system.

“A solution developed by water operators for water operators”

Aquadvanced™ provides the operator with the necessary indicators to conduct a hydraulic analysis of network sectors: the volumes delivered to the sector, night flow rates, network efficiency, leakage index, water balances and hydraulic throughput.


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Aquadvanced™ avails itself of information from the various systems involved in the drinking water management network. Aquadvanced™ does not replace the existing systems – it connects to them to provide a centralised display.


An advanced configurable system converts data into business information, providing essential assistance for simple speedy decision-making:

  • Filtering and validation of data. Detection of abnormal data and automatic restoration of data.
  • Advanced management of the different sectors of the system, with graphs of the sectors, locations of field equipment and sensors on plans, their statuses and major values: flow rate, pressure, water quality and network efficiency indicators.
  • Continuous monitoring of values using trend curves (real-time, historic, period-comparative and area-comparative etc.)
  • Detection and notification of network malfunctions such as leakages, breakages, pressure drops, abnormal consumption etc.
  • An advanced incident management system pinpoints them for immediate intuitive management, and monitors each step of the process to solve them.
  • Analysis of hydraulic behaviour patterns to predict risks of system failure.
  • Continuous monitoring of water quality throughout the distribution network.
  • Supervision of energy efficiency and proposed strategies for best possible energy management.
    Advanced reports.


For Water Operators:

  • Lower operating costs: reduction of water flows not accounted for, savings in terms of time and energy.
  • Real-time water distribution management: greater efficiency by turning the existing system into a smart network.
  • Optimisation of decision-making to improve operation of the network: planning of measures and predictions of their impact.
  • Assistance with adherence to current legislation: control of water quality.
  • Provision of daily operations: centralised user-friendly programme.

For Authorities:

  • Projection of the image of a sustainable city: cutting-edge smart supply network.
  • Protection of the environment: water and energy savings.
  • A boost to customer satisfaction: high-quality water and fewer inconveniences in connection with ongoing work on the system.
  • Better and greater communication with the general public: transparent management of water services.

For Consumers:

  • Better service: fewer and shorter water outages, proper pressure and better quality of water.
  • Better customer service: more accurate and detailed information from the customer service unit.


  • 4,600 km of network
  • 278 hydraulic sectors deployed
  • 3,000,000 inhabitants supplied with drinking water
  • 444 flow sensors deployed
  • 594 pressure sensors deployed
  • 126 quality sensors deployed (chlorine, pH, conductivity, temperature, THM)
  • 187 Hm3/year of water delivered to the network

Successful detection of events caused by leakages, network manoeuvres, demand for water increases (for short periods, or due to seasonal phenomena/public holidays), instrumentation failure or platform configuration failure


  • 1,000 km of network
  • 22 municipalities
  • 11 hydraulic sectors
  • 360,000 inhabitants supplied with drinking water
  • 45,000 water meters
  • 1 sector with 600 smart meters
  • 20 million m³/year of water delivered to the network

Network efficiency increased
Optimisation and prioritisation of leakage detection (less operation, more results)
A very motivating tool, easy to use and adopted by operators daily