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Detect leaks on your water distribution network in a simple, fast and efficient way.
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Automatic detection system of network water leaks and distribution branches. It is based on an artificial intelligence system, which, through the samples collected by the mobile collector, can analyze the data and classify them as leak / non-leak.


The manager has access to the dashboard, which enables the real-time monitoring of field scanning work and access to managerial reports. You can check the route taken by the data collector operator, access sample audio for system effectiveness auditing, and receive field data reports.

Automatic data analysis
No interference from external noise
Real-time tracking
More data for decision making
Less water withdrawn from springs
Increased service capacity
It does not have the need of a geophonist to be operated

Water Loss

According to the National Sanitation Information System (SNIS), the national index of treated water losses in distribution is 36.7%. In 2013, when losses were 37%, Instituto Trata Brasil estimated the volume of treated water lost in the country at 6.5 billion cubic meters per year, which gives 6.5 times the total storage capacity of the Cantareira system , in the state of Sao Paulo. It’s enough water to supply 50 million people for a year. Sold, this volume would yield just over R $ 8 billion to basic sanitation service providers.
Fluid combats so-called “physical losses”, that is, leakage water losses corresponding to 60% of the total volume of losses in Brazil.

Fluid has been tested and approved by some of the country’s major water distributors, including Águas de Votorantim, SABESP Jundiaí / Capivari, and ARES PCJ (in Santa Bárbara d’Oeste). In all cases, the system presented an assertiveness equal to or greater than the traditional scanning method in the shortest time, in total more than a thousand water meters and around 20 leakages were verified.


In the city of Votorantim, approximately 600 branches of a DMC were surveyed, where network and branch leaks were found, confirmed by the distributor’s geophonist. In the city of Santa Bárbara d’Oeste, two hydrometers with high probability of leakage were pointed out. When repairing the first leak, the DMC’s loss index fell from 41% to 18%, which means a savings of about R$15,000 per month for the distributor.


We had a sweep performed according to the traditional molds by SABESP Jundiaí / Capivari, where the day after, Fluid was tested in the same area. All points raised by the traditional method were also highlighted by the system, with the advantage of having been a more efficient and practical operation.


Aiming to improve the distributor experience with Fluid, Stattus4 has partnered with some ERP companies. In this way, in a short period of time, it will be possible for the distributor to enable a module in your ERP and Fluid will be integrated throughout your system (generation, management and closing of Work Orders, routing and etc.).