Utilis projects presented by two independent firms show results that exceed those of alternatives. Two independent engineering consulting firms presented the results of projects comparing the Utilis satellite-based method for leak detection to other methods at the American Water Works Association’s ACE 2019 annual conference. The presentations were conducted by Tori Yokoyama from Hazen and Sawyer, and Leita Bennet of GHD. Both independently showed that Utilis far outperformed historical methods of detection.
“Satellite leak detection is a new technology that has the potential to not only identify leaks but to assist water organizations with capital improvement planning. This technology is new to our business and [the presentation will show] the demonstrated results and success of using the technology to get ahead of leak detection, identify leak-prone areas, and assist in prioritization of capital improvement actions,” stated Bennet in the presentation’s published abstract.
Additionally, at ACE 2019, James Perry (Utilis V.P. of Business Development) presented “Demystifying Satellite-Based Leak Detection,” and was interviewed live by Water Talk, a podcast by Water Online.
Utilis is the only patented technology using satellite microwave technology to penetrate soil in the search for drinking water associated with leaking pipes. As the world’s only drinking water leak detection provider, their algorithm brings remote sensing technologies to the forefront of protecting the earth’s resources. Headquartered in Israel, with a United States subsidiary in San Diego, CA, Utilis currently provides innovative solutions for utilities around the globe. For more information on Utilis and to learn more about our technology visit our site. If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Karen Dubey at (858) 798-6709 or email at marketing(at)utiliscorp.com.