TaKaDu User Forum 2013

Below, is a short clip from the one day TaKaDu User Forum that took place in Jerusalem in October 2013, hosting dozens of TaKaDu customers, prospects and partners from all around the world. The video includes customer testimonials and impression about the TaKaDu solution.


Yarra Valley Water, Australia

Yarra Valley Water is the largest of Melbourne's three water utilities and one of the most advanced in Australia. Yarra Valley Water provides water supply and sewerage services to about 700,000 connections in the northern and eastern suburbs of Melbourne. 

Case Study
The case study of Yarra Valley Water and TaKaDu shows how the use of TaKaDu for monitoring the utility’s water network helped Yarra Valley Water. It demonstrates the high value of TaKaDu - reducing water loss and saving time and costs while increasing efficiency.

Workshop Video

On March 29th 2012, Yarra Valley Water held a workshop in Melbourne, Australia, to present its rollout and usage of TaKaDu's water network monitoring service.

This clip captures the highlights from this workshop.


Udal Sareak, Bilbao, Spain

Udal Sareak provides water to more than 130,000 customers in the Basque region of Spain. It is fully-owned by Consorcio de Aguas del Gran Bilbao which is a consortium of 80 municipalities in Bizkaia.

Case Study

The case study of Udal Sareak and TaKaDu demonstrates how TaKaDu can support a utility's efforts to reduce its NRW and handle leakage events in the most efficient way. With TaKaDu, Udal Sareak reduced its night flow and repair time and improved its ability to find invisible leaks.

Case Study in Spanish

Case Study in Portuguese


Aguas de Antofagasta, Chile

Aguas de Antofagasta operates a concession for the distribution of water in Chile’s Antofagasta Region, supplying water to the five largest cities in the region.

Case Study

The case study of Aguas de Antofagasta and TaKaDu demonstrates how TaKaDu can help a utility to increase its efficiency quickly. With TaKaDu, Aguas de Antofagasta reduced its water loss, while improving the performance of its leak detection and repair teams.

Case Study in Spanish


Marco Kutulas Peet, General Manager of Aguas de Antofagasta, talks about his water utility's adoption of TaKaDu's water network monitoring.


Hagihon (Jerusalem Water Utility), Israel

Hagihon, Jerusalem’s Water and Wastewater Works Company, supplies water services to a population of 800,000 people. While the water supplies available to Hagihon are limited, the utility continuously maintains and improves its water distribution network, keeping its Non-Revenue-Water at approximately 12%.

Case Study
The case study of Hagihon and TaKaDu shows how TaKaDu helped Hagihon to face some of its challenges through early detection of network inefficiencies, allowing it to save water and energy.



Case Studies

With TaKaDu we have reached new levels of efficiency. Adopting the best practices allows us to reduce losses and save money”            

Marco Kutulas Peet, General Manager, Aguas de Antofagasta

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TaKaDu is the global leader in Integrated Event Management, providing a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution for water utilities. TaKaDu's solution provides real-time insight on leaks, bursts, DMA breaches and other network inefficiencies. The solution is based on complex statistical algorithms which analyze existing online data from meters within the network (flow, pressure, etc) and external data (weather, holidays, etc).TaKaDu’s patented technology is easy to deploy, requiring no network changes, no additional devices and no capital expenditure. The service is in use by leading water utilities worldwide. TaKaDu’s team is comprised of top-notch mathematicians and computer scientists with many years of applied data analytics experience, alongside seasoned executives from global software technologies leaders. TaKaDu is the winner of several industry awards, including the prestigious Technology Pioneer 2011 award from the World Economic Forum.