With ever-increasing demand and fast-declining availability of precious resource like water, its management becomes essential in present-day living. A smart way of doing this is by using the IoT and AI-guided technology offered by Xenius. It’s a system that not only ensures optimum utilisation of water but also helps one contribute to global efforts in saving the plant.
Water scarcity is not a new phenomenon, for the entire world! Although huge resources of fresh water are available on the planet, these are not in the right form; hence it becomes essential to invest in effective management of water. With India’s ever-growing population and rising water problem, it is all the more vital for residential and commercial infrastructure in the country to adopt a proper water management system.
In the last few decades, there has been a sharp rise in the demand for water in India due to various socio-economic and demographic reasons. This surge in demand is mainly due to the over-exploitation of groundwater and surface water leading to a decline per capita freshwater from 6,008 cubic meters per year in 1947 to approximately 2,200 cubic meters after over seven decades. Most of the freshwater supply is affected due to the pollution caused by industrial activity and wastes of many kinds.
- With India’s ever-growing population and rising water problem, it is all the more vital for residential and commercial infrastructure in the country to adopt a proper water management system.
- A promising and efficient method of tackling this water crisis is by using water management technology devised by Xenius, a system that controls all water facilities.
- The Xenius water management system offers greater efficiency, lower operating cost, and a more secure and responsive building environment.
- Natural water is not utilised properly due to already exploited sites and poor management of energy and water in residential societies. Building a smart water storage can lead to optimum utilization.
A promising and efficient method of tackling the water crisis is by using water management technology devised by Xenius. It is a system that controls all water facilities in an infrastructure unifying them into a single dashboard so that they can share information and work together seamlessly. All the systems can be accessed remotely using a single interface that can be reached using a laptop or a mobile phone.
The Xenius water management system offers greater efficiency, lower operating cost, and a more secure and responsive building environment. A sensor is placed in every water tank to track its water level. The sensor sends a message to the user if there is an overflow of water or if the level in the tank goes below a specific limit. Having received the alert on his/her mobile app, the user can start or stop the water pump depending on the requirement.
Considering the multiple benefits provided by Xenius technology, it can be safely said that one of the main reasons for depleting natural water resources is non-implementation of Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the water management system. Natural water is not utilised properly due to already exploited sites and poor management of energy and water in the residential societies. Building a smart water storage can lead to optimum utilisation of available water resources.
With increasing danger of global warming and climate change, it is essential to implement smart solutions to our day-to-day lives and thereby contribute to global efforts in saving the planet.
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