As the main drinking water producer in Luxembourg, SEBES collects, stores,
controls, and distributes water to major clients and subdistributors. The
company undertook a global integration, communications, and traceability
project to respond to concerns about archiving, retrieving, accessing, and
sharing data. Capital costs were $70,000.
A Project Wise installation implemented the functionality required to fulfill the
specifications set up by the dedicated team. Project Wise Integration Server
provided scalable, standards-based data warehouse functionality. Teams of
supervising staff, technical development, maintenance, chemical laboratory,
and land surveying now collaborate through one central server installation.
Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority
Sustainable Water Supply in Arid Region
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
The rapid development of industrial, commercial, construction, and agricultural
fields in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, has led to a tremendous increase in
water demands. Efficient and integrated water network management software
was required to manage available water demand, water supply patterns,
maintenance programs, and leak reduction in the distribution network.
Using WaterGEMS, Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority has achieved 98
percent customer satisfaction with a continuous water supply, despite having
reduced water production by 22 percent from 105 to 82 million gallons per day.
Across the 2,800-kilometer water network, leakages have been reduced from