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Case LeakLook: Service seals up water leaks with data

INTRO

There are thousands of cases of water damage in Finland every year. LeakLook decided to tackle the challenge using a water safety service implemented harnessing the opportunities provided by AI. A modern water meter has enabled customers to identify water leaks in time and better control their daily water consumption.

Thousands of cases of water damage annually

Water damage is a common occurrence in Finnish homes. According to Finance Finland, on average, there are 100 cases of water damage per day in Finland, and the compensations paid for them are well in excess of EUR 100 million at the annual level. Unfortunately, water leaks often go unnoticed until the damage has already been done. Without exception, several thousands of euros are spent on repairing water damage. Therefore, it is important that all water leaks are detected as quickly as possible to avoid extensive damage and costs.

LeakLook accepted the challenge by implementing a contemporary solution for detecting leaks. Our collaboration is aimed at digitising water consumption monitoring, reporting and leak control in detached houses, housing companies and the industry. What makes our solution particularly smart and light is that it enables digitalisation without having to replace the old and functional analogue meters. The update applies to the reader, not the meter itself.

Our expertise used in this case:

  • Data analytics

  • Software development

  • Web development

  • Machine vision: Ready OpenCV libraries. The structure of the neural network was designed for purpose and trained using self-collected data. The machine vision runs on Amazon cloud, where the devices send data via the mobile network.

  • Technologies: Python, Keras, Docker

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