Water utilities use District Metering Analysis (DMA) as a fundamental tool for monitoring and managing water distribution networks. DMA involves dividing the network into smaller districts or zones and installing flow meters to measure the flow of water into and out of each zone. By analysing flow data from DMA, utilities can identify leaks, assess water consumption patterns and make informed decisions about infrastructure improvements and resource allocation.
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District Metering Analysis (DMA)
InfoTiles District Metering Analysis (DMA) provides monitoring of pressure zones and supply zones in the water supply grid, in real time.