Agua Wireless Systems is an initiative that provides a highly intelligent Wireless Water Management Systems.

Agua Wireless Systems are affordable as well as efficient and comes in a compact easy to use Plug and Play design. Our present efforts are focused on manufacturing and distributing a one-of-a-kind Smart Water Management System that allows effortless access to your Water Tanks, motors and meters. This unique technology is a game changer, allowing for a unique host of features.

Short Story

Our journey begin in September 2014. Since then we have been working extensively on water management systems.

Over the years of our growth, we spent our time on Research and Development not only on our products, but the business process to bring maximum customer satisfaction.

Our outsourcing model ensures the maximum fire power in human resources keeping idle expenses at minimum. This in turn results in “on time delivery”, prompt service and the best “to market price”.


Our objective is to save water through technology.

In the process we have come about with a plan for Fair distribution of resources within a community, delivery of a product that handles Water Management in a domestic environment that is rare and cost-effective.

Our drive has been to create ease of access with minimum hassle.

We mean to bring the latest solutions across the globe in our products and grow as a community.


Urban Works Innovation
Challenge 2020

Columbia University – January 2020

The Urban Works Innovation Challenge 2019-2020, a project of Columbia Global Centers | Mumbai, supports innovators and entrepreneurs who are passionate about producing viable and interdisciplinary tech-based solutions for transforming 21st century cities in India into sustainable and safe work environments.

ADB-AIM Hackathon

Agua Wireless Systems won the ADB-AIM Hackathon 2019 on ‘Future-proofing Global Water Crisis’ category. The event was organized by Asian Development Bank in association with the Asian Institute of Management. A total of 220 teams from 39 countries, participated to create a solution for the Global Water Crisis.



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