Managing critical water assets
Cost-efficient water-cycle services
Awareness & understanding
Increase food production
Welfare & healthy growth
Ensuring safe water
Access to timely water data
Reliable observation and forecasting
Sustainable water infrastructures
Efficient and competitive
Support, prevent and improve
Innovative, fast and low risk
Cost effective and scalable
Guarantee the supply of quality water via intelligent automation.
In the face of the growing demand for a scarce resource, guarantee the sustainability of bulk water systems with water infrastructure automation. Bulk water systems cover activities related to the collection of water, its storage and transport to treatment or purification plants, before water is served to end users (urban consumption, farmers, large industries or electricity generation).
At ADASA, we understand the challenges of bulk water supply, the need to expand the functionality of facilities and, in many cases, ageing infrastructure. We also recognise that automation and remote control play a fundamental role in the evolution of bulk water systems. The entire project life cycle is covered, from design and engineering to installation and commissioning.
We have extensive experience in the automation, instrumentation and remote control of processes in infrastructures of upstream water distribution network. This includes:
We concentrate on crucial bulk water supply management and infrastructure areas such as productivity and operating costs, energy efficiency and cybersecurity.
Modern Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) solutions produce streamlined and reliable operations, decisive factors in ensuring the provision of a quality supply service.
Our specialists accompany every step of this digital renewal process, from the implementation of SCADA and distributed control systems to measurement and analysis. More areas considered include communication systems, pump optimisation, leak detection, event management and predictive maintenance.
Information collected from facilities and their infrastructures allows operations of automated parts of the network (pumps, valves, equipment) to be modified. Programmed starts, chlorination instructions, stop procedures conditioned by tank levels and more can all be adapted.
Assuring dam safety through high quality and timely data and analytics.
Canal Isabel II (Madrid Water)
Automated event management of a complex SCADA system.
Service Cost Modelling
Goulburn-Murray Water Corporation
Using machine learning to reduce asset management costs without compromising service levels.