Member Research

SWAN members lead the industry in cutting-edge research – Take a look below to learn more. 

The Role of ICT in Designing and Planning Infrastructure
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Launch of New Digital Platform for Water Related Challenges

This report examines case studies from South Australia Water, Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation, and City of Bend Oregon to demonstrate how data-driven solutions can support network performance and operation by ensuring that providers around the world make the most informed and optimal decisions. Download Paper

Political and sOcial awareness on Water EnviRonmental challenges (POWER) is an EIP Water Action Group project to share the knowledge and experience of water scarcity, security, quality and water consumption-related issues in different EU local authorities, thus creating an important tool for EU water policy. View Tool

Rescuing Revenue Through Meter Read Data 

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Understanding and Proactively Managing Non-Revenue Water

Water utility revenue is in danger. With more than 35% of utilities experiencing year-over-year reductions in revenue, and 80% of utilities finding declining or flat volumetric sales, there is an increasing need for revenue assurance in the water business. Going forward, utilities need a way to both find and maintain revenue. Download Paper

Non-Revenue Water is a global problem that results in  large volumes of water being lost. There are many different approaches to mapping the extent of the problem and to how it can be reduced. Often however, the complexity is underestimated due to different types of water loss, each of which needs to be dealt with differently. Download Paper

The Digital Water Utility

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Integrated Event Management

The digital water utility arises from recent and ongoing technological advances, which are radically changing utilities’ capabilities, providing an overview of the entire distribution network, all the way to the consumer. Download Paper

This white paper proposes a new paradigm for water Event Management drawn from other industries focusing on Asset Management, Customer Relationship Management and the missing layer, “Integrated Event Management.”  Download Paper

Removing the Barriers to Efficient Water Leakage Management
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Water 20/20: Bringing Smart Water Networks into Focus

A long-term response to addressing water leakage should involve a comprehensive approach that includes all utility departments. This white paper offers recommendations for how water companies can leverage existing technologies to enable a more sustainable model for longer-term, efficient water leakage management. Download Paper

Smart water networks can save utilities across the globe up to $12.5 billion a year according to research commissioned by Sensus. Download Report