SenRa And McWane Partner To Enable Smart Water Metering

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  • Both companies aim to bring their expertise in IoT, LoRaWAN® and the water industry to accelerate the growth of IoT connectivity in India
  • SenRa’s commercial-grade LoRaWAN® network is all set to power McWane’s AquaMesh IoT-enabled products & solutions to solve the water issues faced by cities across India
  • Water wastage figures in New Delhi, Chennai and Mumbai stand at 26%, 20%, and 18% respectively
  • McWane is looking for LoRaWAN® solutions from SenRa for not just the Water Metering Industry, but also for Smart Control Valve and other Water Management solutions

SenRa, a PAN India LoRaWAN® network service provider, and McWane India Pvt Ltd (MIPL) have announced their strategic partnership. The companies aim at deploying LoRaWAN® enabled Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) technologies in India.

Both companies plan to bring their expertise in IoT, LoRaWAN® and the water industry to accelerate the growth of IoT connectivity in India. SenRa’s commercial-grade LoRaWAN® network is all set to power McWane’s AquaMesh IoT-enabled products & solutions to solve the water issues faced by cities across India.

Just the beginning

“India’s IoT movement has now shifted from proof of concepts and trials to large-scale commercial deployments,” says Ali Hosseini, CEO of SenRa. 

Hosseini added, “This is just the beginning of a much larger deployment strategy which this partnership has planned.”

Not just the Water Metering Industry

“McWane is looking for LoRaWAN® solutions from SenRa for not just the Water Metering Industry, but also for Smart Control Valve and other Water Management solutions that need to be monitored remotely,” says Prakash Jonnalagadda, CEO of McWane.

He added, “McWane India has plans to take the IoT enabled Smart Water Management solutions to other Asian markets in the next 5 years.”

Water wastage figures in New Delhi, Chennai and Mumbai stand at 26%, 20%, and 18% respectively. The main key factors behind these figures are related to increased water consumption and wastage in urban areas, industrial growth, water cycle imbalances, and lack of technology.

 

 

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