Pipeline Risk

Rezatec to provide new water leak risk analysis tool for Utilities Kingston, Canada

Rezatec, a provider of geospatial data analytics, has announced it will work with Utilities Kingston – a multi-utility company based in Kingston, Ontario – to optimize the company’s leak detection activities across a section of the municipal water distribution system. … Continue Reading

Funding

Rezatec completes follow-on investment led by Harbert European Growth Capital to underpin continued global expansion

World-leading geospatial data analytics company Rezatec has announced a follow-on investment to its 2018 £2m Seed Round equity financing round, with Harbert European Growth Capital now providing a substantial growth debt facility to the Company.  This new facility will lend … Continue Reading

Rezatec join forces with specialist pipeline inspection and water loss management contractor Detection Services in Australia and New Zealand

Industry-leading geospatial data analytics company Rezatec has announced it has partnered with Australian-based company Detection Services to bring its state-of-the-art satellite data driven asset risk monitoring solutions to Australia and New Zealand. Detection Services is the largest specialised, technology-based water … Continue Reading

philippines

Rezatec expands into South East Asia by delivering innovative water sector projects with Metro Pacific Water

Rezatec – the leader in satellite big data analytics – is working with Metro Pacific Water to improve the availability of drinking water and sanitation in the metropolitan cities of Manila and Iloilo in the Philippines. Metro Pacific Water is … Continue Reading

severn-trent

Severn Trent Water trials Rezatec’s innovative geospatial data analytics to monitor asset risk and detect pipeline leakage.

Severn Trent Water is now trialling Rezatec’s unique and pioneering asset risk monitoring and pipeline leakage detection data products with a view to reducing their costs and improving operational efficiency. The satellite-powered geospatial data analytics provide important insights to support … Continue Reading

Matchpoint

Rezatec partnering with Matchpoint Inc., leading water management and preservation consultants, to deliver unique satellite-powered leak detection in the Southern US States.

As part of a continued expansion into North America, Rezatec has now partnered with Matchpoint Inc. to bring innovative applications of satellite data analytics to the water industry in North America. Rezatec and Matchpoint aim to help water companies in the southern … Continue Reading

We’ll be at Utility Week Live, 23-24 May 2017, NEC Birmingham

Rezatec will be attending Utility Week Live on 23rd and 24th of May at the NEC in Birmingham. We will be exhibiting in partnership with Isle Utilities in their exciting Innovation Zone – Stand C41. You can find out more … Continue Reading

March Newsletter

We have recently released our latest email newsletter. Please click below to see it in your browser and don’t forget to sign up to our mailing list HERE. Read more about: Our satellite-derived leak detection and pipeline leakage risk index … Continue Reading

Business is great. World Water Tech Innovation Summit

Rezatec selected for exclusive international trade programme and global water innovation summit

Only five UK companies were recently selected to participate in the Department for International Trade (DIT) ‘Business is GREAT’ programme. This is part of DIT’s mission to help UK businesses export and grow globally. Currently in a phase of international … Continue Reading

Urban Infrastructure Satellite Data

Rezatec enabling cities to become more resilient to environmental and social changes

Rezatec announced today the launch process for a new set of geospatial data analytics to improve the resilience of the world’s cities to changing environmental, economic and social pressures.
The Rezatec resilience service delivers data analytics via a web-based portal to infrastructure and urban asset managers providing mission critical insights to support highly-targeted improvements and mitigating actions against subsidence, flooding, climate change and human-related urban landscape changes.
There is an escalating global need for cities to become more resilient to fast-changing human and natural environmental pressures. In tandem, there is also a growing availability of satellite-derived earth observation data that allows the hyper-detailed mapping, monitoring and analysis of the natural landscapes and the built environment. … Continue Reading