Hethel, Norwich, UK – February 4, 2021 – Syrinix today announces a new partnership with Nereus, a Chilean company specializing in the measurement of raw and potable water and sewage and industrial water in South America. As an exclusive distributor in Chile, Nereus is poised to deliver Syrinix's high resolution solutions to an area beset by the challenges of sustainability, efficiency, and equitable water distribution.
This new partnership highlights the assets of both companies. In the fight against drought and water scarcity, Nereus maintains a focus on its mission to "measure every drop of water correctly." By integrating innovative technologies from leading global companies like Syrinix, Nereus provides comprehensive solutions for local water utility applications.
"Even during these unprecedented times, we continue to execute on growth strategies," says Nereus CEO, José A Hernández. "Adding Syrinix's expertise and advanced leak detection and transient management technologies to our smart water portfolio, we continue to deliver solutions for water-stressed countries like Chile."
Chilean communities need robust and efficient data-driven solutions to adapt to various circumstances quickly. Syrinix is a natural match for Nereus' state of the art water measurement solutions.
Syrinix's PIPEMINDER technology uses pressure monitoring and leak detection to identify and alert operators to transient pressure events, bursts and leaks. Combined with its RADAR technology, which captures high-resolution data in a cloud-based platform, Syrinix's solution empowers utilities to make seamless operational decisions to save time, save money and, most importantly, save water.
"We are very excited about working with Nereus and its Chilean clients providing high resolution data-led insights to help them quickly identify and mitigate network issues" says James Dunning, Syrinix CEO. "Combined with Nereus' solutions we are looking forward to helping utilities reduce water loss from leaks and bursts and extending their pipeline lifetimes."
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