Chennai becomes the first city in India with the highest number of public eToilets.
Below media link covers how the technology has impacted the sanitation sector, and how technology is employed to bridge the gap, dignify the sector and cater to the basic human right for sanitation facilities. The story covers how the urban poor, particularly in the slums, has taken up the eToilet as their own and has easily adopted to the technology.
We are launched a new eToilet Mobile App for electronic Toilets in India, as part of establishing a new Connected eToilet Infrastructure (CeTI). The mobile app for the user will help locate the nearest eToilet via map and address listing, explain the operations, provide information like napkin vending machines, sharing feedback on the user experience and suggesting alternative places. The app for monitoring for the corporation officials will collect usage statistics, health status, water condition, facilities available and generate reports on usages. The authorities can thus smoothly address the issues and resolve them within no time.
eToilet is rightly serving its purpose, by smartly integrating technology for addressing the critical challenges in the sector.