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Contactless flow sensors for liquid media. Nivus has expanded its range of clamp-on sensors to include another variant that works on the basis of the ultrasonic transit time difference. Due to the measuring frequency of 500kHz, these sensors can be installed for large...
The water and wastewater data insights provider expands footprint to California. Syrinix has expanded its distributor network to 11 with California-based D&H Water Systems. The announcement marks the company’s first partnership in the state, enhancing water and wastewater monitoring...
Dubbed the “world’s first” self-monitoring with status output for ultrasonic devices with cross-correlation technology, the company claims. NivuFlow 750 flow measurement system from NIVUS. NIVUS, a measurement technology manufacturer, has equipped with NivuFlow 750 flow measurement system with self-monitoring intelligence....
Samotics has been selected by Thames Water Utilities as its sole supplier for electrical signature analysis (ESA) technology through at least 2025. Under the agreement, the former is tasked to provide ESA monitoring technology and services for Thames Water’s equipment fleet, with...
Programme includes CDC, State of Oklahoma, Water Environment Federation, and Hach A method for testing wastewater for the COVID-19 virus that provides rapid results is being piloted at correctional facilities in Oklahoma through funding from the US Centre for...
LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN protocol leveraged to remedy environmental challenges and drive global change Semtech, a supplier of analogue and mixed-signal semiconductors and advanced algorithms, has amplified its mission to make the planet a smarter, more connected and sustainable place by providing an...
Ageing infrastructure was causing the city of Walla Walla to lose 30% of its drinking water every year. However, a smart utility network from Xylem’s Sensus brand has helped Walla Walla cut non-revenue water by 50%, saving more than 650 million gallons....
The OTT SVR 100 non-contact surface water velocity radar sensor has been designed to overcome the challenges presented by monitoring water resources that can quickly change from languid flow to a raging torrent. “If you need to monitor the...
Aquatic Informatics is pleased to award the Ripple Effect grant to the Upper Fraser Fisheries Conservation Alliance (UFFCA). The Ripple Effect is a software and service donation program that will enable UFFCA to build in-house capabilities for data quality management and reporting...
Image credits: batavia60510 from Pixabay The UAE capital Abu Dhabi has launched a ten-year integrated water resources management plan until 2030 to tackle water scarcity issues over the long term. The plan defines the directions and priorities of the Abu...