Severe droughts are becoming more frequent in various US states and regions, including the City of Georgetown (CoG) in Texas, which provides water services to around 80,000 citizens.
During the dry season (April-September), the city imposes restrictions on garden watering. Historically, detection of unauthorized usage and follow-up on these restrictions were often manual and labor-intensive.
By utilizing the custom algorithms we developed, the city was able to transition to automatic detection of unauthorized usage. This enabled them to engage customers proactively and in a more timely manner.