Combining our extensive subject knowledge of water distribution network management with modern analysis and data science techniques we work across the UK water industry to deliver complex projects.
Our team enjoy working on new challenges and pushing the boundaries of our analysis. Got a new challenge? We’ll be more than interested to find out more.
Whatever your distribution network challenges, we can work with you to find the solution. Check out some of our existing services below to see what we can deliver. Can’t see exactly what you’re looking for? Contact us to see what else we can offer.
Want to know more about our data analysis services and how they can be implemented in the real world? Explore our latest case studies, which showcase our projects and tangible results with some of the UK’s water industry leaders.
Our current services are the result of collaboration with the top players in the water industry – see what they have to say about their experiences working with us and what benefits they have derived from our data analysis expertise.
Paradigm identified a seasonal variation in this DMA with the early summer demand increase as well as Ramadan impact. The three allotments highlighted were previously unidentified and after investigation, could well be causing a lot of the seasonal variation. Several private leaks were also located on the back of the analysis. This DMA has had a stubborn night flow for a long time and this work has helped to suggest why and find some of the unaccounted-for water here.
SME Water joined our innovation accelerator programme (our “Innovation Lab”) in 2020-21 with the idea of using flow data from our network meters to identify patterns and discern whether the flow is consumption/usage or leakage/losses. Through the work we found the approach (now known as “Paradigm”) could provide great insight, helping us to better understand demand patterns and target our leakage reduction activities more effectively. We continue to work with SME Water and the wider industry in our efforts to achieve a 15% reduction in leakage by 2025 and halve leakage levels by 2050. Innovations, like Paradigm, are critical enablers for achieving these commitments.
“The project outputs are exactly what I wanted. You’ve succeeded in identifying opportunities in Cambridge where other companies have failed, and I’m looking forward to implementing the schemes.”
Latest blog articles
Our team are constantly sharing their learnings through our regular blog posts. Read on to see what we’ve been working on, keep up with the latest insights and discover how we can apply these to our real-world challenges.