Xylem Showcases Suite of Digital Solutions

Xylem showcased its suite of digital solutions, Xylem Vue, which enables water utilities to gain data-driven insights. Xylem Vue, which was unveiled at IFAT Munich, combines smart and connected technologies, intelligent systems and services, and more than 100 years of problem-solving experience.
Xylem Showcases Suite of Digital Solutions

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“More than ever before, with the effects of climate change and urbanization, water utilities are facing increased pressures to modernize, upgrade, and improve at all levels. Digital adoption is no longer an option, it’s an urgent reality to meet those pressures,” said Hayati Yarkadas, President of Xylem Europe.

“With Xylem Vue we are collaborating with water utilities all over the world to solve their pressing water challenges along their digital journey. We are helping them reduce water loss, improve performance and lower costs, while ensuring water safety, affordability, and resiliency.”

Comprised of a team of former utility leaders, decision science professionals, and engineers representing the industry's largest group of hydroinformatics experts, Xylem Vue can leverage data, develop potential scenarios at scale, and deliver critical insights.

Complementary to the physical technology layer offered by Xylem’s most extensive water products and solutions range, Xylem Vue brings together digital solutions based on data-driven intelligence across the entire water cycle, including wastewater networks, treatment plants, drinking water networks and asset management.

With Xylem Vue, Xylem reinforces its strategy towards digital services for water, and aims at realizing half its turnover on digital solutions by 2025.

Source: Xylem Inc.

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