The next wave of AI-powered water-saver devices is on the horizon, and it is a product that could change the way we think about water supply.
According to a report from tech news site TechCrunch, the European water supply company Evoqua Water Systems is set to start using AI to automate the process of watering lawns and landscaping plants.
EvoquAqua is a European water company that makes and sells AI-enabled water meters that are designed to monitor and control watering and irrigation.
Evoqua, which is owned by Evoquia Water Systems, will be rolling out the technology to its water meters by 2019.
The water meters are also equipped with a smart watering system, which can analyze water usage and water quality in order to accurately monitor watering schedules.
The system is designed to help customers make more informed decisions about water usage.
Evojaw is a joint venture between Evoqa and the French company Alstom, which already has a system in place for measuring the water used in lawns.
Alstam, which also owns Alstamo, also makes AI-driven irrigation pumps.
Alstam is currently using the Evojaws AI-based irrigation system to monitor water usage in its lawns, which it uses to inform its customers of the optimal watering schedule.
The Evojawa AI system is set up to analyze the water usage of lawns by taking data from sensors that are installed in the lawns to estimate the amount of water used and how much it should be used to irrigate the lawn.
The algorithm that is currently being used by Evojas AI-equipped water meters, called the Smart Water Meter (SWM), analyzes the amount and amount of rainfall and other water-related data that is gathered by the system.
This information is then fed into a central database and analyzed to determine the optimum watering schedule for the lawn, according to a press release from the company.
In addition, the company is also using Evoquas new water sensors to measure water usage from both indoor and outdoor lawns that are monitored from the EvoQUA-1, a 3-meter tall, 12-inch-wide sensor with a 5.5 inch screen.
This sensor can be attached to a water meter and monitor the water consumption from the lawn while the meter is being used.
The company said it hopes to have a more complete set of sensors in place by 2019, and to begin using them on its indoor lawns starting in 2019.
According to the company, the water meters can be connected to an on-board computer to help the company determine the optimal amount of watering.
This allows Evoquinas customers to monitor their lawns with the same level of accuracy as they do from their meters.
The smart watering device will help EvojAWas customers monitor the amount, amount of rain and water use of their lawn.
This will allow the company to adjust watering schedules for each individual lawn in order not to waste water, according the company’s press release.
According the company the sensors will also be used by homeowners to monitor how much water is being collected and how it is being distributed, and how this water is utilized.
The sensor will also act as a smart water meter to monitor the usage of water in order for Evojavas customers not to drain the lawn of any water during the watering season.
EvojAWa customers will be able to opt into the smart watering program and monitor how their lawn is being treated to help improve water efficiency and water conservation.
Evoyaw will also provide a free service that will provide users with detailed information about how they are being treated during the water conservation process.
The announcement comes a week after Evoqon, a European hydropower company that also owns Evoquabas smart water meters and is working with Alstamm, announced that it was using the technology in its water meter sales, and also plans to begin shipping the sensors to customers by 2019 .
The smart watering devices can also be purchased for an additional fee from Alstamin.
The Evojabat, Alstoom, and Alstanoal water meters will be available in 2018, and the Evoquat is scheduled for release in 2019 with a price tag of $300.