Canadian Manufacturing

eleven-x awarded public procurement tender for wireless metering and water monitoring solutions

eleven-x provides full turnkey water monitoring solutions including key public sector applications.

June 23, 2021  by CM Staff

WATERLOO — eleven-x, a company providing complete wireless IoT and Smart City solutions, announces that they have been awarded a tender to provide a wireless water monitoring solution program for the Canoe Procurement Group of Canada. Canoe is a partnership of municipal associations throughout the country representing municipalities, public sector entities, and not-for-profit organizations across Canada.

The award announcement for the Waterworks Program was reached after a review process that includes a Canoe committee evaluation of a wide variety of potential solutions designed to support municipal services. The award enables access for municipalities and public organizations across Canada to purchase eleven-x’s Smart City water monitoring solutions.

eleven-x provides full turnkey water monitoring solutions including key public sector applications such as AMI water metering, real-time source water, storm and wastewater monitoring, as well as flood detection. Scalable for any size city, eleven-x solutions are based on wireless LoRaWAN® technology which uses sensors and real-time management capabilities while eliminating maintenance and reducing operations costs. Data communications are secure and fully managed by the city, and open networking technology enables multiple solutions to be deployed on a single network.

“The team from eleven-x submitted a very strong and compelling proposal that really highlighted how their innovative technology solutions offer immense benefits, including impressive ROI, for our members,” said Nigel Gamester, Supplier Administration Manager with Canoe. “We are extremely excited to be able to provide access to their solutions to our valuable association members.”

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Solutions are currently available via this tender to municipalities under the Canoe agreement.