Jerusalem Report

Israeli Innovations: Keeping tabs on your tap

Israeli company Arad is about to launch what it claims to be the world’s first smartphone app that allows users to get a very detailed overview of their water consumption.

The app will be free for consumers to download, and will be available both for iPhone and android
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How many times have you opened your water bill and said there’s no way that I used that much water last month? Well, if you live in Israel or one of 50 other countries in which the local water utility company uses technology developed by Israel-based Arad Technologies, which develops water-measurement devices, you are in luck. Arad is about to launch what it claims to be the world’s first smartphone app that allows users to get a very detailed overview of their water consumption.

Tal Tzur, vice president of Software & IT at Arad Technologies, tells The Jerusalem Report how consumers will benefit from using the app.



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