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Mueller Systems has announced the launch of the newest addition to the Mi.Net Advanced Metre Infrastructure (AMI) system: the Mueller Cellular Node. This network-as-a-service (NaaS) endpoint solution is designed for water network agility, enabling utilities to connect meters to their AMI network...
A water monitoring system developed in a collaboration between the University of Birmingham researchers and Proteus Instruments, that remotely measures the quality of waters in rivers, lakes and reservoirs, has resulted in a Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation for the company.
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...
The Wild Bird Trust, in partnership with National Geographic, launched a years-long project to explore the rivers of the Okavango Delta in Southern Africa and collect baseline data on virtually every aspect of the environment in this remote region. The open-access data will be used to assess...
Singapore-based water technology company ZWEEC Analytics has sealed a partnership with the Yangtze River Monitoring and Scientific Research Centre to jointly develop and market its water ecological environmental monitoring platform in China. Tapping on ZWEEC’s advanced analytics, artificial intelligence...
ABB Ability Symphony Plus SCADA for water industries is being used by Ho Chi Minh City’s local water utility Saigon Water Supply Corporation to address water leakage challenges and support long-term growth. Ho Chi Minh City lost nearly 30%—more...
A look into the health of English rivers and efforts in monitoring pollution. Meteor Communications has welcomed a report on river water quality, published by the UK Environmental Audit Committee (EAC). Following consultation with a wide variety of stakeholders,...
Today’s water quality monitoring system involves the deployment of water qualities sensors or probes. However, they are continuously exposed to harsh environments and biofouling. Choo Chun Keong, director and founder of NexusBit Integral, discusses more on contactless water quality sensor and how it removes the issues of...
Clean and safely managed water is often described as the first line of defence for public health. However, waterborne microbial contaminants pose threat to human well-being and remain a challenge for utilities and wastewater plants to eliminate in order to provide potable water for the wider community.
Water bodies such as lakes, reservoirs and rivers are an integral part of population centres. Communities depend on them for multiple purposes, including food, agriculture, and leisure activities; and more importantly, they can be the primary sources of drinking water. Any event...