Case Studies

Communities around the world are committed to addressing the challenges they face with an aging utility infrastructure and rapid technological advances. We are committed to helping them develop comprehensive solutions that meet their needs. Drawing upon more than a century of management expertise including metering and telecommunications, modern wireless communications, system automation, software and IT services, we are improving the reliability and security of existing systems, and building new systems for the future.

Here we provide a sample of case studies which highlight challenges our customers have overcome and how our products and systems were integral to their success.

 

 

HONEYWELL AND VODACOM COOPERATE TO UTILISE NB-IOT FOR SMART UTILITY METERING IN AFRICA

The City of Matlosana proves use cases, and delivers benefits for utilising NB-IoT as a communication technology for smart water and electricity metering deployments.
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Honeywell's Electromagnetic Water Meter offers high performance

Featuring high quality design and engineering, Honeywell’s Q4000 electromagnetic water meter is built for maintaining highly accurate performance and lasting durability in demanding environments.
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HONEYWELL'S WATER METER SUPPORTS ACCURATE REAL-TIME DISTRIBUTION NETWORK ANALYSIS

To support the needs of Evides Waterbedrijf, Honeywell Smart Energy offered their Q4000 electromagnetic meter as part of the standpipe solution.
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Honeywell's multi mode meter data collection solution transforms water utilities meter reading capability

The Honeywell METRo solution has positively transformed SES Water’s meter reading capability in the South East region of the UK.
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Anglian Water explores efficiency with Honeywell Smart Meters

Honeywell’s hybrid Smart Meters have enabled Anglian Water to focus more effectively on water resource management and consumer engagement.
“Because the radio meters are easy to read, it is easier to locate leaks, target remedial efforts and then go back and check these efforts have been effective. One statistic that sticks in my head is that of the first round of a thousand meters installed at previously un-metered properties, about 1% detected leaks.” Paul Glass
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