Aquarius Spectrum’s state-of-the-art technology helps water utilities improve the resiliency of their new and aging water network infrastructure, by accurate pinpointing of leaks and identification of poor pipe sections for renewal. Our unique platform combines sensitive sensors powered by sophisticated algorithms, big data analytics and advanced connectivity (CAT-M/NB-IoT).Explore our innovation
The market’s most advanced water network monitoring platform
Aquarius Spectrum offers advanced leak detection and pipe condition assessment solutions based on fixed and mobile acoustic sensors combined with AI and big data analytics algorithms. The monitoring system supports all pipe materials and sizes;
it can be installed on aboveground hydrants and in belowground valves.
Aquarius sensors take daily audio samples and send them to the cloud server for analysis. Correlation is then performed between every two coupled sensors and if the same noise is identified in the same location an alert is generated with the exact location of the leak.
Fixed Leak Detection
for Continuous Pipe Monitoring
The most efficient way to find leaks and assess the condition of your pipes is by monitoring your network on a daily basis. By doing so you can catch leaks as they start to develop and long before they burst and create catastrophic breaks and costly damage.Read More
Mobile Leak Detection
for Survey and Pinpointing
Another option to look for leaks is by periodic surveys performed by Aquarius Mobile solutions. Aquarius offers a variety of mobile products that can assist water utilities survey large areas fast and efficiently.Read More
Pipe Condition Assessment
to Prioritize Pipe Renewal
Pipe Condition Assessment by Aquarius Spectrum assists water utilities prioritize replacement of pipes based on big data analytics that includes the history of pipe repairs together with the leaks found by Aquarius solutions and their growth rate.Read More
AQSense-Edge CATM/NB-IoT sensors are NOW available.
The first in the market to combine automatic correlation with CAT-M/NB-IoT cellular protocols
Trusted by Global Leading Water Utilities
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Advancing the digital water revolution
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Aquarius collaborates with visionary market leaders
These sensors pick up a 0.5 GPM leak at the distances we have on these normal couplings at several hundred feet apart. That is incredible. I have found 15-20 private leaks insides houses from toilets and others. In most of those cases the meter didn’t pick up the flow. So far, we have not had an issue that I gave to our crew from this system that wasn’t correct within 6 ft.
Ric Owens, Water Conservation Specialist in Arlington Water Department, USA
As a veteran company in the water market, we are closely acquainted with the challenges of leakage and know quite a few technologies and solutions in this area. We are very glad with our decision to go with Aquarius' proven technology by which we achieved great immediate and accurate results in a short time. The Aquarius professional team also show great dedication and responsibility for our projects at all stages
Tullio Montagnoli, CEO of A2A Ciclo Idrico, Italy
We are excited and proud to be at the forefront of municipal water system technology. The Aquarius-Spectrum innovative leak detection system has proven its effectiveness in improving the maintenance of our water pipes network and is changing the way we manage our assets
Aharon Rosenberg, HaGihon's CTO, Israel
With the development of new technology, we decided to go with correlating loggers since they provide us addresses of the leaks, which the radio loggers did not… Small leaks were repaired at a cost of between $5,000 and $10,000 each - less expensive than if they had gone unrepaired until the leaks surfaced… Every single day with no water surfacing is a success,
Jack McNaughton, Manager System Maintenance, SUEZ New Jersey, USA
Within two weeks, 30 inexperienced resources were trained in the use of the iQuarius leakage technology across three different operational areas. All were out in the field collecting meaningful leakage data while the analytical interpretation of the data was performed off site by skilled leakage analysts.
Jonathan Adler, Commercial Director, Aqualolgic WC, UK