Not only underdeveloped countries, but both developed and developing countries are also facing the water scarcity problem. The major cause to this problem may or may not be the droughts. Droughts are external factors and out of our preventive capabilities. But we can still manage with the water resource we have with us.
The Industrial IoT brings cost-efficient water quality solution which will help you in distribution and consumption of this precious resource. It can even let you detect leakages and prevent the wastage of water.
Refer to the infographics to have an overview towards how the Industrial IoT will revolutionize the way we use Water Resource. Here are some facts:
- The “Internet of Things” will create trillions in economic value throughout the global economy by 2025.
- The worldwide installed base of smart meters will grow from 313 million in 2013 to nearly 1.1 billion in 2012.
- 768 million people live without access to improved drinking water sources
- In 2012, UNICEF direct support helped more than 7 million people gain access to water in non-emergency situations.