Water Management

A process that includes planning, producing, distributing, and optimizing the use of water resources in order to meet a wide range of needs while maintaining sustainability and environmental responsibility is referred to as water management.


Water Management Benefits

In order to address water challenges, promote sustainable development, and ensure the fair and responsible use of this essential resource, water management is vital.

Resource Optimisation
Reduce waste and increase efficiency by streamlining water use through intelligent monitoring and control.

Cost Savings
Explore methods to preserve water and reduce operating expenses by implementing targeted strategies.

Environmental Stewardship
Minimize the environmental impact of your business by employing methods that conserve water to help achieve sustainability goals.

Real-time Insights
Gain immediate visibility into water consumption patterns, empowering data-driven decision-making.


Water Management features


Smart Sensors

Install cutting-edge sensors to monitor water consumption, detect leaks, and provide real-time data for accurate decision-making.

Automated Controls

Use smart automation to control water flow based on demand, optimizing use without the need for any human involvement.

Leak Detection

Use innovative leak detection technologies to proactively detect and repair leaks, minimizing water waste and potential damage.

Integration Capabilities

Integrate seamlessly into other smart building technologies to deliver a comprehensive approach to building management.

How Water Management Works

Water management involves the strategic monitoring, conservation, and optimization of water use in a building or greater ecosystem. Using innovative technologies and techniques, it ensures sustainable and effective water use in the context of smart buildings and technology.

Smart Sensors & Metering

  • Water management systems include smart sensors installed at critical locations throughout the building to monitor water usage. These sensors can also be integrated with water metering devices to monitor water flow and usage in real time.

Data Collection

The sensors collect water usage data in real time and then send it to a cloud-based platform or central system for processing. The data includes consumption patterns, flow rates, and the potential for leaks.

Data Analysis

The data is analyzed using advanced analytics algorithms to discover patterns, abnormalities, and areas that can be optimized. The insights gained from data analysis are useful in evaluating the overall efficiency of water systems.

Detection & Prevention

Automated leak detection processes are a common component of the systems. When a leak occurs, the system immediately generates an alert, allowing for immediate intervention and preventive actions.



Automated Controls

Automation features enable intelligent management of water valves and distribution systems. Water flow can be controlled in response to current demand, optimizing use without the need for human involvement.


It can operate in conjunction with HVAC systems, lighting controls, and other components to create a cohesive and synchronised building experience. It can be integrated with other smart building technologies with ease.

User Interface

To monitor real-time water use data, users can access a user-friendly dashboard or application. The interface can include management features that let users adjust settings and respond to notifications.

Sustainability Focus

Water management systems enable the implementation of water conservation measures. They improve environmental sustainability by reducing water waste and optimizing usage.

Looking to manage your water responsibly?

To find out more about water management and how we can help you optimize your facility, get in contact with our professionals at Direct Control.