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  • Water Treatment Chemical Companies will play a Leading Role in IIoT and Remote O&M

    Water treatment chemical (WTC) companies presently derive substantial profit from their process knowledge. This asset will be leveraged in the new world of IIoT to create double digit profit growth for those who seize the opportunity. The profit increase will include:  Higher margins per pound of chemicals sold Broader sales penetration Global sourcing opportunities ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Cross Flow Membrane Market is Changing

    The market for cross flow membrane equipment and consumables will be changing and evolving faster in the next decade than in the past few decades. This is the forecast in ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • New project to study the impacts of climate change on Arctic ecosystems

    A new project will investigate how climate-driven changes affect two top Arctic predators, the Harp and Ringed seals, as well as the base of the Arctic food web. As part of this project scientists from the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) will work alongside five other UK centres and 21 international partners to help improve understanding of the Arctic, which has been traditionally under ...

  • $31 Billion Municipal Water and Wastewater IIoT Market by 2026

    Municipal water, wastewater treatment and distribution facilities are embracing automation and remote operation and monitoring. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) empowered by the Industrial Internet of Wisdom (IIoW) will have a $15 billion impact on the market by 2026 and will divert another $16 billion through different market routes. Sales of all flow control and treatment for ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Interconnection of Knowledge and People Important for IIoT

    There is consensus that the Industrial Internet of Things will bring major changes. The billions of dollars being spent to add and analyze sensors for all the valves, pumps, and processes will have a very high ROI. Little attention is being paid to the importance of interconnecting knowledge and people. However, this Industrial Internet of Wisdom (IIoW) will create as much opportunity ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Scientists track down travelling droughts

    The biggest and worst droughts may not stay fixed in one place but can travel thousands of kilometres from their origin, according to a new study. And that discovery, disturbing as it may sound, could shed light on how droughts evolve in space and time, provide new insights for water managers, and save ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Ice Shelves, Ice Islands and Measuring Change in the High Arctic

    In Canada’s High Arctic, within the fiords of Ellesmere Island, there are lakes that float upon the Arctic Ocean. Called epishelf lakes, they are glacially-fed bodies of freshwater that sit atop a steep halocline. The lakes exist only where the ice shelves, filling the mouths of the fiords, act as dams, holding the water from flowing into the ocean. In 2002, Geographer Derek Mueller, who ...


    By RBR Ltd.

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