Sensor Technology

Sensors play a critical role in creating smart water systems, revolutionizing the way we manage and conserve the precious water resource.

Here's why sensors are so important:

  1. Data Collection: Sensors continuously collect data on various parameters such as water quality, flow rates, pressure levels, temperature, and even weather conditions. This real-time data provides insights into the current state of water systems, helping identify issues promptly and make informed decisions.

  2. Early Detection of Leaks and Contamination: By monitoring water flow and quality, sensors can detect leaks in pipelines and identify contamination sources early on. This helps prevent wastage of water and ensures the supply of clean, safe water to consumers.

  3. Optimizing Water Distribution: Sensors enable precise monitoring of water distribution networks, allowing utilities to optimize water flow and pressure. This helps reduce losses due to leaks or inefficient distribution, leading to significant water conservation and cost savings.

  4. Predictive Maintenance: Sensors can detect abnormalities in equipment such as pumps and valves, enabling predictive maintenance. By addressing issues before they escalate, utilities can minimize downtime, prolong equipment lifespan, and ensure uninterrupted water supply.

  5. Water Quality Monitoring: Ensuring water quality is crucial for public health. Sensors equipped with advanced technologies can detect contaminants, pollutants, and changes in water chemistry, allowing authorities to take corrective actions promptly and maintain compliance with regulatory standards.

  6. Flood Monitoring and Management: In areas prone to flooding, sensors can monitor water levels in rivers, reservoirs, and drainage systems. This data helps authorities forecast and respond to flood events effectively, mitigating risks to lives and property.

  7. Enhancing Efficiency and Sustainability: By providing accurate, real-time data, sensors empower water utilities to operate more efficiently and sustainably. This includes optimizing energy usage, reducing carbon emissions, and minimizing environmental impact.

  8. Consumer Engagement: Smart water meters equipped with sensors enable consumers to monitor their water usage in real-time, promoting water conservation and helping them identify opportunities to reduce consumption and save money.

Overall, sensors are indispensable tools for creating smart water systems that enhance resilience, efficiency, and sustainability in water management, ensuring the availability of clean water for generations to come. Denmark is very strong in developing sensor technologies. We are now uniting the Danish sensor technology companies to provide integrated solutions to cooperate with the Chinese water utilities. 

Nitrate and Nitrite sensor

The Danish sensor technology development company, Just-measure ApS, is a leading company specializing in innovative sensor technology development. The company has now developed the measurement solutions for of NO-3 and NO-2 in both drinking and wastewater. Founded with a vision to revolutionize the way of NO-3 and NO-2 measurement, Just-measure has now combined cutting-edge technology with Danish precision engineering to deliver highly accurate and reliable NO-3 and NO-2 measurement solutions.