Water

Sydney Water makes hay while the streets are quiet

04 May, 2020 | Supplied by: Sydney Water Corporation

Sydney Water crews are taking advantage of the quiet streets, particularly in the CBD, to prioritise repair and upgrade projects.


How a networked compressed air system works

29 April, 2020 | Supplied by: Kaeser Compressors Australia

A fully networked compressed air system enables life cycle efficiency and the ability to remotely and in real time view key information and diagnostics.


Endress+Hauser Netilion IIoT Ecosystem

20 April, 2020 | Supplied by: Endress+Hauser Australia Pty Ltd

Netilion is an ecosystem combining digital services and system components to improve the lifecycle and asset management, maintenance and support of instruments and analysers.


Do current water treatment methods eliminate SARS-CoV-19?

07 April, 2020

Environmental engineers have called for more research to determine if current water treatment methods effectively kill coronaviruses, including the SARS-CoV-19 virus.


Understanding China's water security

30 March, 2020

A study by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis highlights the value and potential of technological strategies to help design targets and incentives for water scarcity mitigation measures.


The future role of instrumentation in the Australian irrigation sector

25 March, 2020 by Chris Krincevski, ABB Measurement and Analytics | Supplied by: ABB Australia Pty Ltd

The agricultural sector is a major consumer of the nation's water supplies, meaning it must work especially hard to ensure that the available supply of water is utilised effectively.


Modifying nanocarbons to purify water

24 March, 2020

A research team from Nagoya University has developed a novel method for removing heavy metals from water.


Good water management could save our planet

23 March, 2020

Released on Sunday, 22 March, the UN World Water Development Report details how water resources are an essential part of a solution to climate change.


Groundwater research assesses springs complex

18 March, 2020

A three-year ARC Linkage project will look to conserve the delicate balance of water flow through the Doongmabulla Springs Complex in the Carmichael Basin in Queensland.


Tony Wong takes new direction for water-sensitive cities

06 March, 2020

Tony Wong has stepped down as CEO of the CRC for Water Sensitive Cities, taking on new roles within the CRCWSC and the Water Sensitive Cities Institute.


AMS Water Metering Qalcosomic W1 ultrasonic water meter

01 March, 2020 | Supplied by: AMS Water Metering

Axioma's Qalcosonic W1 water meter from AMS Water Metering is now LoRaWAN Certified, confirming that the device fully conforms to the LoRaWAN specification.


Bridge Hub aims to solve Australia's water problems

28 February, 2020

Bridge Hub is about to launch its 2020 Water Challenge, with the goal of finding practical solutions to water issues around Australia and the world.


Is water the solution for renewable energy storage?

27 February, 2020

A new study has suggested that seasonally pumped hydropower storage (SPHS) could be the answer for storing renewable energy over the long term.


KELLER KOLIBRI Cloud

01 February, 2020 | Supplied by: Bestech Australia Pty Ltd

The KOLIBRI Cloud from KELLER is designed to fill the needs of users that want to access their data anytime and from anywhere.


Endress+Hauser FTL51B and FTL41 vibronic instruments

22 January, 2020 | Supplied by: Endress+Hauser Australia Pty Ltd

The Endress+Hauser FTL51B and FTL41 vibrating fork level instruments detect the point levels of liquids, with Bluetooth, Industry 4.0 and IIoT capabilities.


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