Pump firm DAB Water Technology introduces smart app

Pump firm DAB Water Technology introduces smart app
Paolo Montanari, group director for Marketing & Sales at DAB Water Technology.
Published: 5 December 2017 - 1:48 a.m.
By: Rajiv Ravindran Pillai

Italian firm DAB Water Technology introduced a smart and fast mobile app called D.Connect, which is an energy-efficient water management solution for urban development. 

D.Connect enables remote interaction for the real-time modification of parameters and monitoring operation of connected products.

Targeting the Middle East market, DAB unveiled D.Connect technology at the Big 5 Dubai 2017.

DAB produces over three million pumps per year catering mainly to residential, commercial, and agricultural irrigation sectors.

With the launch of the new inverter technology e.syline in combination with the new products’ monitoring and control systems as D.Connect, further to its entire innovative proposal, DAB targets a 20% growth in the GCC in the next four years.

D.Connect functions on a smart phone with specific applications and advantages converting the smart device as the actual working tool. DAB introduces this new service to help commercial and industrial developments to optimise their water management system and monitor performance of the products.

Paolo Montanari, group director for Marketing & Sales at DAB Water Technology, said, “We are glad participate in the Big-5 exhibition as a major global industrial manufacturer showcasing a line-up of technologically advanced and smart solutions ideal for the Middle East market. Our commitment for environmental conservation is consistent and compatible with the current transformation of Dubai and the region towards green technology.”

“D.Connect is an innovative remote control of systems with a connectivity area fitted with DAB electronics. This technology matches the requirement of Dubai and the GCC region for the future growth of infra-development sector with reliable quality standards from Italy.”

Talking to MEP Middle East on the pumps market in the GCC, Montanari said: "Until two years ago GCC was not a focus area for us. After the EXPO 2020 announcement, we decided to have GCC as our focus area. If you look at our competitors they are not selling something that is not didifferent from the last 20 years. We are developing a number of integrated products with all the technology we have acquired during the years."


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