Water Uses Analysis

Water demand management based on data analysis, reporting and modelling.

Hydrological planning and water uses on a river basin scale

Efficient water demand management is essential to maintaining the balance between water resource availability and consumption.

Coherent water management includes cultivating the right environmental conditions to complement the ecological health of water bodies. Water uses are varied, from domestic, public and industrial to electricity generation, agriculture and livestock. Hydrological planning incorporates not only the present needs of these sectors, but forward projections such as guaranteeing supply during droughts, coping with periods of increased demands and other factors that may stress the water system.

ADASA deploys sensor networks that provide river basin authorities with water quality and quantity data. We also supply software platforms that transform this data into valuable information relevant to water demand management.

These technological solutions offer a deeper understanding of water resource demands. Using past or predicted meteorological and hydrological parameters, modelling can simulate previous water use events or envisage difficult future situations brought about, for example, by climate change.

Hydrological planning and water management require advanced data analysis techniques. There is a lot of diverse data, from heterogeneous information sources and variable parameters. We combine these technologies to produce precise reports to exact needs.

Authorities and utility companies can be confident that infrastructure is fit for purpose and fulfils efficient water planning commitments to customers now, and in the future.


  • Provide vital information about the different uses of water and aids decision-making about how to manage that demand.
  • Minimise the extraction of water resources.
  • Balance water availability and consumption.
  • Satisfy the different needs of users.
  • Adjust the water quality to each use.
  • Ensure healthy water bodies and environments.
  • Simulate scenarios, mapping future hydrological planning needs and water uses.

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