Effortlessly detect water leaks and abnormalities with ODEUS, our next-gen water leak detection sensor powered by machine learning and AI analytics.
ODEUS is a point-of-use clamp-on smart water leak detection sensor that offers unprecedented insights into your water usage, helping you detect burst pipes, leaks, and irregular consumption at the source. ODEUS provides precise data on riser or tenant water usage, enhancing the Water Monkey analytics with higher granularity to help you reduce the risk of water damage, lower operating costs, and make a positive impact on the environment.
Get granular litre-by-litre insights into water usage and flow to proactively detect potential leaks.
Get instant alerts about unusual usage patterns and leaks to empower you to take immediate action.
Track and compare historical water consumption to identify trends and potential risk areas.
Track water consumption costs and the cost of leaks to analyze water utilization and ensure accurate billing.
Monitor the battery life of ODEUS, ensuring uninterrupted operation and timely replacements.
Seamlessly monitor and manage multiple sensors from various locations across your property portfolio.
When it comes to leak detection and water monitoring, your ODEUS device can give you the insights you need to ensure your water systems operate at peak efficiency. Let’s look closer at the issues that can arise with each plumbing fixture in your high-rise building, and how ODEUS can help solve them.
Let’s put things into perspective:
At any given moment, one in five toilets are leaking.
Let’s assume a building has 300 toilets. If one in five of those is leaking, that’s 60 leaking toilets.
The average leaking toilet will waste about 6000 gallons of water per month. Toronto water costs $0.01315679 per gallon – that’s about $79 per toilet per month.
A faucet leaking at a rate of one drip per second will waste 250 gallons of water per month.
It’s also estimated that about one in ten faucets have a problem with leaking.
Assuming a building has 900 faucets, that’s 90 leaking faucets, leaking 22,500 gallons of water per month.
A showerhead with a leak of 10 drops per minute wastes over 500 gallons of water per year, or 41 gallons per month.
Let’s assume that 1 in 10 showerheads leak in a building with 300 showerheads.
Expose and conquer leaks across your property portfolio and plug the money drain with ODEUS, the most reliable water leak detection sensor.