How do you
see the unseen?
Moata shows you more
Creating the world's most liveable city.
Auckland wants to be the world's most liveable city, but unpredictable wastewater overflows are polluting its beaches. Swimmers don't know where it's clean and safe to go into the sea.
We used Moata to see the unseen.
Collaborating with local partners, we pinpointed 10 invaluable data streams to measure the performance of Auckland's wastewater infrastructure.
These created one billion data points which are analysed every single day.
Allowing us to predict the water quality at 84 different beaches.
We present this information back to the public in real-time. Now we help 350,000 people know when it's safe to swim, and Auckland gets a step closer to becoming the world's most liveable city.
Our tools show you more
Moata allows us to interrogate exactly how Auckland's infrastructure is affect by real-world variables. From this we can provide advanced scenario planning, helping to manage risk and maximise the impact of future investment to improve social, economic and environmental health.
How do you stop a city's sewage system from flooding?
Increasing demands on our sewage and water systems are putting people at risk. When extreme weather combines with overuse, the system can flood, releasing wastewater into public spaces.
Through a variety of specially installed sensors, our tools model the water and sewage infrastructure of a city 24/7.
Our expertise helps us understand where to place the right sensors to get the best results.
Combining these results with real-time data from external sources enables us to see the unseen. This helps our clients make better decisions, discover new efficiencies and pinpoint incidents before they happen - the results are transformational.
Imagine Smart Infrastructure in your sector
Our Smart Infrastructure know-how and domain expertise extends across all sectors. Discover how our tools can help you see the unseen and bring change to your sector.
We helped Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Company (ADWEC) better understand energy use to improve service and client retention. This enabled an estimated 10% efficiency gain in short-term energy production, while aiding long-term investment decisions.
What if we could stop a traffic jam before it starts? Osprey, our urban traffic management and control system, uses multiple data sources to give traffic managers a real-time view of how road networks are being used, enabling them to take action to keep people moving.