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The global smart water meter market was valued at $839.6 million in 2015 and is expected to witness a CAGR of 11.1% during 2016 – 2025. Positive displacement smart water meters contributed the largest share to the global market in 2015.

The global smart water meter market was valued at $839.6 million in 2015 and is expected to witness a CAGR of 11.1% during 2016 – 2025. Positive displacement smart water meters contributed the largest share to the global market in 2015. The global smart water meter market is growing with double digit CAGR owing to increasing demand for optimal use of water. The non-revenue water is one of the major challenges for the water utilities as well as governments. The surging water crisis further elevates the demand for a sustainable solution towards water management.

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Smart metering enables a consumer to effectively utilize their meter as it increases their accessibility in several ways. The consumers can read their meter on demand. This facilitates the consumer to get the reading on effective date of change in premises. Smart metering has quick response for a given command as compared to traditional dumb meters, which also facilitates easy billing. Such advantages facilitates improved service incentive mechanism (SIM) score for a given water provider. The smart water meters also saves the cost of water utilities associated with manual checking of meter by the personnel visiting the consumer premises. These benefits associated with smart meters have been driving its market.

The water companies in the U.K. have been experiencing losses of around 27% of the treated water due to inaccurate water network. This is driving them to replace their traditional water meters with the smart water meters. Thames Water Utilities in the U.K. has been aggressively investing in smart water meters. In the U.S., Rogers Water Utilities (RWU) is planning to completely replace its existing water meters with smart water meters by 2021. The Keystone Utility Systems in the U.S. through a contract with Sammamish Plateau Water is expected to install around 18,000 smart meters in the country by late 2016. According to the information from Smart Water Summit, around 80% of the water utilities in the U.S. have included the up gradation and repairs of their water infrastructure in their capital plans.

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The key opportunity areas in the smart water meters market include prospects laid by IoT infrastructural development and emergence of Middle-East & Africa as a high-growth market. The smart water meter industry is largely dependent on communication technology. The new era of internet of things (IoT) has been presenting growth opportunity for the smart water meters market. The informed consumers are one of the key reflections of the connected places, including connected cities and connected buildings. The IoT technology has been developing with high magnitude and its impact is being felt in its every application industry. IoT can be significantly helpful in the areas having uncertainty about rain as it maximizes the productive use of rain water. The water infrastructure IoT can improve the water quality of water utilities by helping them towards improvement in water quality, supply, treatment, transportation and storage facilities. IoT can be largely helpful in drought-affected places such as California, the U.S.

Some of the key players operating in the global smart water meter market include Badger Meter, Itron, Landis+Gyr, Elster Group, Kamstrup, Aclara Technologies, Sensus, Neptune, Diehl and Acquiba.

GLOBAL SMART WATER METER MARKET SEGMENTATION

By Type

Positive Displacement
Electromagnetic
Single-jet
Multi-jet
Velocity Flow
Fluidic Oscillator

By Application

Water Utilities
Industrial
Residential

GEOGRAPHICAL SEGMENTATION

By Region

North America
U.S.
Canada
Rest of North America
Latin America
Brazil
Rest of Latin America
Europe
Germany
France
Italy
U.K.
Spain
Rest of Europe

Asia-Pacific
China
Japan
Rest of Asia-Pacific
Middle-East & Africa (MEA)
Saudi Arabia
U.A.E.
Rest of MEA

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