Technological Platform of Águas do Porto, based on NAVIA, featured on IWA
The IWA - International Water Association, is giving great prominence to the strategy that Águas do Porto is implementing to improve the urban water cycle of the city, namely in the management of the Douro Basin. The company is solving old problems that have been intensified by the recent urban pressure, combining both natural techniques and technological solutions. The technological component was achieved through the implementation of an integrated management platform in real time, called H2Porto.
The platform has been at the service of the company’s team since 2017, being the result of the convergence of several factors, namely the innovative nature of Águas do Porto, the know-how of its team and NAVIA technology.
The impact of this technology on the company's operating results is widely recognized internally, being used by the entire team and leading to an overall improvement in the quality of the provided service.
After being awarded internationally with numerous awards and distinctions, Águas do Porto's technological platform is once again recognized for its innovative and disruptive character. This time it is IWA that puts it in the spotlight, publishing a case study on its website, which you can consult HERE or download HERE.
You can also see a video presentation HERE.
Efficiency in the performance of water networks: How to achieve it and how to maintain it?
As a result of several contingencies, in particular climate change and consequent drought periods, the water industry has seen its importance to be increasingly recognized. While this notoriety and recognition, in addition to being fair, are fundamental, the companies that manage the urban water cycle systems have to assume the increased responsibilities that come with them. The sector and its stakeholders are corresponding, which materializes in the investment that is being made through, in particular, the specific financing lines, such as POSEUR.
In this context, if a couple of years ago, the focus on increasing knowledge of infrastructures was noticeable, in terms of GIS, we are currently watching a growth on the concern with the efficiency of networks, namely in the distribution of water for consumption.
Being already the base of the operational activity of many of the management entities of the Iberian Peninsula, NAVIA™ accompanies the demands of the sector, giving it the support it needs. Indeed, through an integrated view of the entire management process and a range of specific functionalities, the software presents a totally different and practical approach that reconciles operational knowledge - a factor for which it is widely known - with the ability to continuous monitoring of networks, management of ZMC and detection of losses.
In this context, we invite you to learn about the method of monitoring and controlling water losses in 4 STEPS: 1. DETECT >> 2. LOCATE >> 3. EVALUATE >> 4. INTERVIDE.
All this happens in NAVIA™ IN REAL TIME, IN A SINGLE SOFTWARE AND IN THE HAND OF YOUR TEAM.
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H2Porto platform awarded in the 2018 edition of the Portugal Digital Awards
NAVIA distinguished with PT Global Water Award 2018
In the category “Supply of goods and equipment”, NAVIA has been awarded as the best internationalization project in water sector, in the 2018 edition of the PT Global Water Awards, which aims to reward the best internationalization projects in the referred sector in Portugal. The award has been given to the implementation of NAVIA™ in ABASTEM, the Costa Brava consortium’s water supply system.
The PT Global Water Awards’ event took place at the 13th Water Conference Expo, simultaneously with the assignment of the ERSAR seals, where several NAVIA clients were also distinguished. An organization of the newspaper “Água & Ambiente” and the “PPA – Parceria Portuguesa para a Água”, attended by the Minister of the Environment and Energy Transition, Eng. João Pedro Matos Fernandes and the Secretary of State for the Environment, Eng. Carlos Martins, which took place in Lisbon on 21 and 22 November.
NAVIA: 20 years of innovation in the management of water resources
- 2100 million people have no access to safepotable water?
- 423 million people use water from unprotected sources and wells, in a daily basis?
- 263 million people need more than 30 minutes to access a source of water?
- 152 million use untreated surface water from lakes, tanks, rivers and streams?
Cantanhede, the municipality where everybody helps maintain the public service
Today in Cantanhede, informing the municipal services about any incidents in the council such as water leaks on public roads, overflowing waste containers, problems in the garden irrigation systems or others, is as easy as taking a photograph using your mobile phone.
Implementing its policy of dematerialisation and simplification of processes, the municipality of Cantanhede, through the municipal company INOVA, has provided all its residents with a mobile application called "inova.maisproxima.pt", which allows citizens to truly take part in conserving their city. The user-friendly application enables the residents to photograph, categorise and georeference problems, immediately forwarding them to the respective department. The citizen is kept informed from the moment the process is triggered to its complete resolution.
The citizen’s integration with the municipal services is just one of the various functionalities of the app sponsored by INOVA and designed by NAVIA™. To find out others, test the application yourself by downloading it at inova.maisproxima.pt.