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The Installed Base of Smart Water Meters Will Surpass 153 Million by 2022
Traditionally a conservative business, the water utility industry is being forced into change by growing demand, aging infrastructure, and tougher environmental targets. Smart water networks promise to help reduce non-revenue water losses, increase reliability, and improve operational efficiency. Smart water meters are a key component of smart water networks, but other monitoring and control ...
Smart Water Networks Will Surpass $3.3 Billion in Annual Revenue by 2022
With the world’s water systems under increasing pressure, water utilities are looking to smart network technologies to meet growing demand and tough environmental targets, reduce non-revenue water losses, and improve operational efficiency. The smart water networks market is attracting a wide range of new players and presenting established players with the opportunity to expand their ...
Collaboration Develops Affordable Solution to Flood Monitoring
Academic-Industry and Council Collaboration Develops Affordable Solution to Flood Monitoring DCU Water Institute, Kingspan and Dublin City Council develop smart sensor technology for water level monitoring Smart sensors could help provide solutions to flooding problems experienced in Ireland When river levels rise to a certain level, the sensors send out a warning via SMS Sensors have been ...
Smart City event - We introduced ourselves in the German market
Under the organization of the Consulate General of Hungary in Stuttgart, in cooperation with Digital Success Programm Ltd., WaterScope Inc. attended the Smart City online event, where young Hungarian enterprises had the chance to demonstrate their Smart City solutions to the German market. We were happy to introduce our innovative smart devices for water and wastewater networks and surface ...
Investment in Smart City Technologies is Expected to Exceed $174 Billion from 2014 to 2023
A recent report from Navigant Research examines the evolution of the global smart city market, including global market forecasts, segmented by industry sector and region, through 2023. Rapid urbanization, particularly in developing regions of the world, is creating increasing demand for smart grids, advanced water monitoring systems, transportation management systems, and energy efficient ...
TasWater partners with TaKaDu to address network inefficiencies
TaKaDu Central Event Management (CEM) analytics software designed to identify hidden leaks and other types of incidents within the water network is the latest weapon in TasWater’s arsenal to reduce network losses and increase efficiency and customer service. TasWater has partnered with TaKaDu, a global leader in smart analytics software package that monitors the water network 24/7, ...
Gutermann Present at World Mobile Congress
Gutermann presented at their partner NEC's stand at World Mobile Congress 2013, presenting Zonescan Alpha as "Smart Water Leakage Detection" Gutermann and NEC presented Zonescan Fixed Network Monitoring as NEC's upcoming "Smart Water Leakage Detection" solution for Smart Cities at the World Mobile Congress 2013, held in Barcelona in late February. NEC showcased a range of innovative solutions ...
By Gutermann AG
Sustainable Innovation 08 call for papers
Background Sustainability is a global imperative. Climate change is now 'top of mind' with widespread daily media coverage, stakeholder consensus on the science, highlighting of the economics by the Stern Review, and Al Gore's recent Oscar and Nobel Prize. This is leading to growing discussion over the need for a transformation towards low carbon economies and technologies. Coupled to this ...
Meet your new time saver
The GDT-S Prime modem will take care of the transfer of data from a sensor to you, wherever you are, whenever and however you want it. Plus, at any time or place you can perform a remote battery check, basic diagnostics, receive upgrades, set communication intervals, such as measurement and send intervals and set alarms.You can receive your data by e-mail or download it from the Eijkelkamp Web ...
Earth Day 2012: Sensus Offers Smart Water Network Solutions
Each Earth Day, the demand for water continues to outpace availability. At current consumption rates, there could be a worldwide water shortage of 40 percent by 2030. To combat this growing global issue, Sensus, a leading utility infrastructure company, is bringing water utilities tools to maximize resources through early leak detection, measuring water use more ...
European water utilities striving to reduce their carbon footprint, finds Frost & Sullivan
Concerns about steep increase in the carbon footprint of the water industry are rising. Population growth, tightening of legislative standards resulting in further treatment needs, resource scarcity, and deteriorating quality levels are, however, resulting in ever increasing energy consumption. This is highlighting the importance of innovative, environment-friendly practices across the value ...
Idrica deploys its solutions to help reduce non-revenue water in the city of Piura, Peru
A pilot project to reduce drinking water losses in the network operated by EPS Grau, the water supplier in the Piura region of northern Peru, has been successfully conducted over the last few months. The project has been funded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). In addition to the IDB, the Peruvian Ministry of Housing, Construction and Sanitation and EPS Grau itself are also ...
European Water Utilities Striving to Reduce their Carbon Footprint, finds Frost & Sullivan
LONDON, June 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Concerns about steep increase in the carbon footprint of the water industry are rising. Population growth, tightening of legislative standards resulting in further treatment needs, resource scarcity, and deteriorating quality levels are, however, resulting in ever increasing energy consumption. This is highlighting the importance of innovative, ...
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