Water Metering Networks

Optimal monitoring of different points of water distribution networks.

More transparency in the transport, storage and consumption of water

Level and flow meters are fundamental to the in-depth understanding and efficient management of the water distribution network. These meters are usually located in remote locations, sometimes in wells, and may be difficult to access.

ADASA boasts extensive experience in installing solutions adapted to every measurement point in supply and sanitation networks. These supervise the state of the hydraulic and technical infrastructure.

We install measuring instruments at each point to measure a series of variables: flow, level, pH, conductivity, pressure, valve position and more. A power supply system and a remote terminal are also fitted, enabling digital or analogue transmission of measurements and error messages or alerts.

Example of measuring point

Our team usually places measuring points at sector entrances of supply networks. With power autonomy of at least one year, maintenance tasks can be more successfully planned, reducing overall operational costs.

Information is typically funnelled into a centralised system, using standard protocols for the secure transmission of data. To guarantee greater security, we offer and configure firewall solutions or private APN networks. The centralised system’s functions include the management of alarms, warnings and reporting of incidents that occur in the service, as well as provide network management orders (sectorisation).

Throughout the data cycle, ADASA’s proven solutions are designed to identify potential losses. Our tools demonstrate the balance of flows and consumptions in significant areas served by the hydraulic system.


  • Facilitate efficiency in the operation and management of infrastructures.
  • Real-time information optimises the distribution of water resources.
  • Help system operations and general compliance with service conditions.
  • Allow remote and automatic control of measurement points, e.g. gates and valves.
  • Improve transparency about water consumption and storage.
  • A posteriori analysis of each measured point’s data boosts distribution network management.

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