The New York Times reported Monday that a plumbing company is using the same kind of technology to track down leaks in its warehouse warehouse.
The Times’ technology company, Plumbing Warehouse, said the technology is helping to locate leaks that could lead to costly repairs and delays for customers.
The company is not saying how much the technology has saved customers.
Plumbing Warehouse uses sensors to collect information from customers, like their distance from a leak, and how fast they’re moving.
The data is then used to determine when a leak is most likely to occur and when it should be contained.
The company said the information it gathers helps to avoid costly repairs to the warehouse.