Established in 2015 by Stephen Tooms and Stuart Trow to provide innovative solutions to the water industry, Invenio was acquired by Halma in 2019 and has since grown rapidly with offices in Washington, Derby, Cwmbran and Pontypool.
The team at Invenio focus on developing new techniques to collect and analyse data. This provides better information on which to make investment decisions, and to guide routine operations. Invenio’s first product was the Stop.Watch system, which uses a unique approach to identify and measure leaks that would have not been found by conventional acoustic methods.
Invenio is currently working with Dŵr Cymru (Welsh Water) on their Cartref project to identify customer leaks and provide data on usage. The team uses Stop.Watch surveys to locate both network and domestic leakage in their more challenging areas. Using Invenio data, DCWW’s Cartref customer care teams work with their customers to help fix the leaks and help them to become more water efficient.
Commenting on the move to Mamhilad Park Estate, Keith Hilson, Director of Invenio Systems, said: “We are very happy with our new office space at Mamhilad Park Estate, which is perfect for our needs. The facilities are great, especially the large meeting room which we will use regularly to meet and plan with clients. What’s more, there is always somebody on hand to help with any queries and issues we have. We really have been made to feel at home here.”