Infrastructure Security Articles

  • Case study - Nordsjo cold area plant

    Project: Nordsjö cold area plant System Type: Jupiter 50 – 1 chamber Country: Sweden Client: Swedish Municipality Capacity: 40 m³/day Year of Installation: 2012. Description: As the plant ...


    By BioKube A/S

  • Construction site health and safety failures

    As what is largely agreed to be the world’s most dangerous industry, construction site Health and Safety failures constitute potentially severe harm to worker wellbeing, with the capacity to severely impact quality of life or – put bluntly – end it. Running contrary to this doom-laden approach though, improvements to the industry typically arise from assessing ...


    By SHEilds Ltd

  • Technology, Testing, and Standards: The Makings of a Secure Cloud QMS

    We’ve helped customers bring products to market safely and efficiently for over two decades.  During that span of time, a lot changed. VHS tapes turned into streaming, phone booths vanished, and your neon windbreaker…well, there’s reason it’s buried at the back of your closet. During that time our quality management system ...


    By Sparta Systems, Inc.

  • New White Paper Describes How Verified Weight Identification Leads to Secure Traceable Balance Testing

    "Secure Traceability in Balance Testing - With Verified Weight Identification", the new White Paper from METTLER TOLEDO, explains how data entry errors and weight mix-ups can be avoided. WeightLink allows fast, secure balance testing with verified weight identification. Weights are the most important and most frequently used test equipment for the testing of balances. A ...


    By Mettler - Toledo Int. Inc

  • 5 Cloud Security Tips For Keeping Your Business Data Safe

    Cloud storage presents many benefits for the convenient availability of data, but confidentiality risks should be considered at all times. In the unfortunate event of a data breach, businesses are required to prove they had substantial Information Security measures in place to have avoided it; otherwise they could face prosecution and hefty fines. “When we talk ...


    By QMS International Ltd

  • City Of West Palm Beach Reaches Out To Community With Proactive Approach To Manage Critical Force Main

    The City of West Palm Beach (WPB) makes a concerted effort to engage its citizens. As one of the three largest cities in South Florida, WPB is a vibrant, growing waterfront community with a population of more than 100,000. Since 1974, WPB has experienced exponential growth in its population and correspondingly, in its wastewater ...


    By Pure Technologies

  • It Began With A Little Red Wagon: Collecting Real Information To Make Critical Decisions

    Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) and Pure Technologies U.S. (Pure) have a long history of working together to keep the water transmission mains in the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) area in good operating condition. The partnership began 17 years ago with mutual development of electromagnetic technology to inspect ...


    By Pure Technologies

  • What you need to know about Lone Working

    Staying safe and being prepared for the unexpected With lone working on the rise lately a lot of people may be wondering; exactly what constitutes this practice and what are the health & safety requirements? A lone worker is essentially defined as an employee who works by themselves without direct supervision, perhaps on a remote site, in their own home or on the move. It can ...


    By SHEilds Ltd

  • How to Keep Your SymphoniePRO Data Secure

    Data matters. The accuracy, consistency, and yes, safety of measurement data keep many wind developers and analysts up at night. Customers often ask about the digital and physical security of RNRG instruments, so I sat down with Michael Fisher, product manager for our wind resource assessment (WRA) line, to get answers to the most common questions. Q: Why is data security important? ...


    By NRG Systems

  • Why European policymakers shouldn’t be concerned about security of gas supply

    Gastech News: What are the key issues affecting gas companies today? Mark Simons: The biggest issue affecting gas companies within the European gas industry is low prices, because low prices mean less revenue and less profit. To add to that, in Europe, the competition for gas from coal and renewables means that demand is down and that’s ...

  • Noor II and Noor III eye cost savings from site integration

    With similar timeframes and a shared site, the Noor II and Noor III CSP projects in Morocco’s Noor Ouarzazate Solar Complex are expected to gain from multiple synergies during both construction and operations, Badis Derradji, ACWA Power’s managing director for Morocco, told CSP Today. Parallel construction on the two projects is bringing considerable cost benefits, even though ...


    By FCBI Energy

  • Global Site Decommissioning - Case Study

    Challenge: A global oil and gas company required final decommissioning at a former terminal and blending facility that had been idle for almost a decade. The 2.5 acre site, located in South Africa, required the removal of all above and below ground structures, underground utilities, process equipment, buildings, concrete slabs and foundations. The objective of ...


    By Antea Group - USA

  • Dundee University CHP Plant - Case Study

    The University of Dundee set the standard for the development of a university energy efficiency scheme two decades ago, allowing Clarke Energy to expand the technological reach of our business and install our first ever combined heat and power (CHP) plant. Not only was the University of Dundee Clarke Energy’s first natural gas ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • DCC Supplies Retail Sites from the Cloud

    Service Station Network is operated by using the Implico Global Operation Services (iGOS) Opportunities need to be recognized – and taken. When ExxonMobil announced in mid-2014 that the Group was considering divesting itself of its French retail sites network, Irish company DCC saw its chance and took it. It was a huge challenge, requiring the organization of supply and operational ...


    By Implico Group

  • COP21 and securing a global deal on climate – all eyes on Paris

    My last post took a look at climate change science. Here, with COP21 now underway, focus shifts to processes, procedures and possible outcomes from Paris. As I upload this, representatives of world governments have just convened in Paris and are due to hotly debate the fine details around a deal on climate to succeed the Kyoto Protocol – which is due expire in 2020. Diplomats and heads ...


    By Energy Institute (EI)

  • How can we ensure water security for all?

    Wetlands International will be speaking about this issue at the upcoming Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting. The Clinton Global Initiative was established in 2005 by President Bill Clinton to convene global leaders to create and implement solutions to the world's most pressing challenges. This year’s Annual Meeting will take place on 26-29 September in New ...


    By Wetlands International

  • How can I keep my samples secure and tamper proof?

    The first stage of any test is to collect a sample. Whether it’s water, biological tissues, or a sample from a production line, it must be representative of the bulk and not be altered in order to give accurate results. Most samples will have to be transported after they are collected – this might be just a few meters from a production line to the test room, or could be ...


    By Camlab Limited

  • Comprehensive Infrastructure Renewal Program Addresses Aging Water and Sewer Infrastructure in Miami-Dade County

    As industry studies continue to highlight the issues surrounding aging water and sewer infrastructure, policy-makers at the local, state and national level of government are beginning to recognize the problem and make infrastructure renewal programs a priority. One approach that combats the issues surrounding aging water infrastructure is asset management. This approach to infrastructure renewal ...


    By Pure Technologies

  • Global food security is a moral imperative

    We must work to overcome hunger not only for economic and political reasons, but also because it is the right thing to do. It is peculiar to live in a world where hunger is an endemic problem for half the planet while diet books are best sellers in the other half. This point is often lost in the broader bundle of jargon that now defines the conversation on food security in the ...


    By Ensia

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