The 'Water Monitor' App Tracks Water Supplies in Urban Southern India

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Feb 6, 2016
References: blog.apnacomplex & timesofindia.indiatimes
Water Monitor is an innovative new tablet-based app that is designed to keep tabs on water supply in apartment and housing complexes in the city of Bengaluru in southern India.

Developed by a startup called ApnaComplex, the app keeps track of the delivery operations of water tankers. The system helps track water consumption trends and determine demand on holidays and special occasions. It is also capable of testing water quality and identifying leakages which can result in supply shortfalls. This also ensures that water suppliers are kept honest when supplying water to clients.

Water shortages are a common problem in urban India, and the resulting proliferation of the water tanker business has led to a variety of complications. The Water Monitor app tackles these issues and ensures reliable monitoring of water supply operations.