The hottest water metering AMI market in the Asia

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With the development of science and technology and the continuous progress of society, there are many difficulties and pain points in the traditional water industry. The water industry has attracted much attention in the process of smart change. Smart water construction has quietly risen and gradually evolved into an important support for smart city infrastructure. At the same time, smart cities have brought huge investment opportunities to smart water construction

it is estimated that the smart water metering market in the Asia Pacific region will grow by 30% from 2018 to 2024, and the capacity will exceed US $300million. By 2025, the penetration rate of smart water meters will reach 25%

factors driving market growth include: the continuous development of precision measurement technology;; Market integration; Increase the adoption of intelligent technologies such as measurement as a service and static measurement technology to reduce the shortage of water resources and the loss of public utility income; Government regulations encourage the deployment of efficient and intelligent water metering equipment; Reduce operating costs, ensure accurate billing, and monitor and detect leakage in real time

due to long-term lack of funds and low water prices, many water companies in the Asia Pacific region, especially those in Southeast Asia, are experiencing a serious financial crisis, resulting in poor maintenance of water infrastructure. Although the amplified signal voltage in the markets of Asia Pacific and the Middle East can reach 10V, the conversion chip is still immature, but it has great development potential in the future

India: in recent years, water has become one of the main topics discussed by Indian government agencies and municipal planning. Water shortage, water pollution and water waste have quickly become the most challenging problems facing India today. With the launch of the new smart city project, the urban renewal and transformation plan sponsored by the Indian government has selected 100 cities to deal with the water crisis that can be reanalyzed on the curve. In August this year, the Asian Development Bank approved an investment of 245million US dollars to help improve water resources in West Bengal. The project is expected to be completed in June 2024, and the smart water meter will provide continuous drinking water for about 390000 users in Bankura and nort, that is, if driving the same load, H 24 Parganas and Purba Medinipur. In addition, the project also deployed an intelligent water management system to improve user water efficiency

Singapore: this year, masagos ZULKIFLI, Minister of environment and water resources of Singapore, announced that pub of the national water authority is promoting automatic meter reading system to replace manual meter reading throughout the island, encouraging users to save water, improving the operation efficiency of water companies, and checking leakage. Pub will also install at least two scale grade water fittings for new and renovated houses in April 2019, and all non water-saving fittings and equipment will eventually be phased out in 2019

Australia: the Australian water sector faces complex challenges in balancing the integration of smart city, IOT technology, big data analysis, network security and other technologies, which will support the water sector to provide intelligent services to customers. Australia has launched many smart water meter projects, including the six-year commercial and residential smart water meter project launched by coliban water in March 2018

the AMI market of water metering in Japan is expected to reach a capacity of US $44million by 2024. The metering method stipulates the accuracy standard and replacement schedule of intelligent water meters. In 2015, according to the data of the Department of green technology and water resources of the Ministry of energy, the loss of purified water in Malaysia reached 31% in 2015, which greatly promoted the cooperation between the government and meter enterprises to deploy smart meters

in addition, some undeveloped markets such as Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines have high growth potential. Due to its increasing demand for advanced water supply technology, it is expected to generate huge benefits during the improvement of intelligent water

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