European Smart Water Meters Market, Forecast to 2026

Smart City Policies Coupled with Sustainable IoT Solutions are Propelling Growth
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Published: 23 Apr 2018

Water conservation, prevention of leaks, and reduction of non-revenue water (NRW) are the key concerns of water utilities across Europe. The significant rise in smart city investments in Europe has led to the implementation of smart water grid projects with smart water meters as a key component. Advanced urban water utilities are increasingly adopting digital analytics platforms enabled by smart water meters. The data gathered from smart water meters are used to detect leaks, asses and predict consumption patterns in real time, and optimize water resources. Communication technologies and modules have become the key focus of smart water meters. Cellular/Non-cellular Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) technologies are widely being explored by advanced European utilities for IoT and M2M communication capabilities. Europe is also a major replacement market with mass rollout projects to replace regular meters with smart water meters, especially in countries such as the United Kingdom, France, and Germany. Significant investment from private partners in the water sector and favorable policies have helped boost the penetration of smart water meters across Europe. The study on European smart water meters provides a detailed analysis of the market trends, regional hot spots, and unit shipments and revenue trends for the forecast period, 2016–2026.

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