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World Water Day: Efficient use of water as a priority goal

World Water Day is celebrated every 22 March and this year's focus is on the "value of groundwater and making the invisible visible".

With this year's World Water Day, the UN is calling for the study, protection and sustainable use of groundwater to survive climate change and to meet the needs of a growing population.

More than 40 percent of the world's population is affected by water scarcity. This means that three out of ten people lack access to safe drinking water and six out of ten people lack access to safe sanitation facilities.

This celebration also aims to raise awareness of the global water crisis and the need to seek measures to address it so that we achieve the Sustainable Development Goal (ODS) number 6: Water and sanitation for all by 2030.

So this is a good day to remember that investment in efficient water management solutions is not just necessary, it is mandatory. The road to sustainability has a fundamental pillar in the treatment of our water. The management, monitoring and control of our societies' water systems is essential to be able to take measures in advance and mitigate the imminent effects of climate change.

The Elliot Cloud Solution

Elliot Smart Water is a sustainable, unique, innovative and technological solution that connects and manages all types of devices, enabling rapid deployment of secure and scalable systems, facilitating remote water monitoring and wastewater collection and treatment.

Our solution facilitates the digitisation of water management through an ecosystem of native solutions designed from its creation to add more value to the business in its critical processes and dimensions, reducing complexity and increasing its efficiency and profitability.

The present demands technological solutions and our future depends on sustainability, Elliot Water is the balance and enables decision making based on data analytics for a better and more efficient management of the integral water cycle.

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Elliot Smart Water features:


In real time of the different components of the water network (meters, pressure sensors, etc.),


All your networks and treatment plants monitored and controlled in a single software.


Customisable chronological log of all configured events and alarms.


Event and alarm management. Creation of business rules and customisation of the sending of alarms and/or notifications.


Customised creation of dashboards for graphical data visualisation. Advanced data analytics using Big Data and Artificial Intelligence.


Execution of regulatory orders.


Open software that gives you full transparency in data transmission and analysis,


By means of State Estimation Techniques and correct data collection, we generate algorithms for predicting leaks in the network.


We provide the evolution of your current SCADA without losing the investment made. Collection, interpretation, standardisation and delivery of data from any server or SCADA controller, allowing the expansion of new devices. All your plants and water networks are integrated into a single monitoring, control and analytical software.


With SCADA, Geographic Information System (GIS), hydraulic modelling system and asset control system.


Elliot RoT® presents its wind power solutions at the 3rd edition of the Windpower Data and Digital Innovation Forum

The Digital Innovation and Wind Energy Data Forum aims to bring together industry leaders and experts to exchange and share their experiences in all aspects of Digital Innovation, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence. It also provides a unique interdisciplinary platform for researchers, scientists and opinion leaders to present and discuss the latest innovations, trends, technology and applications, as well as the practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Big Data, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.

The Forum will critically examine the digitisation of the wind energy sector and data-driven operations, performance forecasting and new business models, optimising wind energy assets with artificial intelligence (AI) and automation, data-driven monitoring and inspection, predictive maintenance and using advanced analytics to reduce costs and drive performance.

Attendees will gather to discuss the importance of data-driven predictive maintenance and develop an optimised strategy for the performance of their wind farm. Advanced data analytics and integrated IoT-based Big Data platforms develop analytical opportunities for planning and forecasting, revealing the bright future of wind energy. wind industry.

Elliot RoT® Wind

Elliot Cloud and Reliability of Things have developed a series of standard solutions for any equipment in the industry, which allow the early detection of faults in industrial equipment through the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques under the name of Reliability of Things® (RoT). Under this concept, a SAAS solution called RoTWind has been developed to assess the state of health of wind turbines in a wind farm and provides a series of tools to evaluate maintenance interventions and analyse the root cause.

Elliot RoT® Edge

For the RoT Egde solution, a device (patent pending) has been developed that connects directly to the PLC of the control system of the equipment whose status is to be analysed and allows its health status to be analysed.

This Elliot RoT Egde device has been presented at the congress as it is unique in the market. The device can communicate with most industrial control systems (e.g. Siemens PLC) by simply connecting a cable. Through this direct connection and by making a simple modification to the code of the control system (PLC), the device collects the operating data of the equipment to which it is connected and makes a "Digital Clone" of the machine, i.e. it makes a model of it. Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques, the normal behaviour of the machine is used to assess the health of the different components.

Reducing the risk of breakdowns and their impact

The vast majority of industrial machinery has rotating equipment such as motors, generators or gearboxes, as well as electrical equipment such as converters and transformers. All of these components are often critical in their respective processes, so reliability and availability are in high demand.

Premature failure can lead to significant economic losses, both in terms of material damage and production losses, and can even result in personal injury through accidents. In order to plan maintenance effectively, it is essential to have accurate information as far in advance as possible about the state of health of process components in order to know when repair or replacement will be necessary.

Elliot RoT® enables continuous monitoring and assessment of equipment health status under normal operating conditions for the vast majority of industrial equipment. Either with the equipment's own sensors or with additional IoT sensors, RoT provides simple but valuable information on the health status of the equipment and can be used to monitor the health of the equipment:

? Early detection of degradation and faults up to months in advance, depending on the failure mode.
? Evaluate maintenance actions, which helps staff to know if the equipment has been repaired correctly.
? Monitor the operating history and the evolution of the health of the equipment, which helps to find the root cause of failures, very useful to have a better knowledge of the equipment and to purge responsibilities about the origin of the failure.


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