The Qalcosonic W1 water meter from AMS Water Metering has received certified approval from the National Measurement Institute (NMI).
Eco Detection sensing technology monitors fresh water quality, agricultural run-off and key contaminants so that informed decisions can be made to improve fresh water environments.
Bestech Australia offers the high-resolution digital manometer from Keller — LEO 5 — designed for reliable peak monitoring in the water industry.
The FPI Mag is suitable for capital or maintenance projects, retrofits and sites never before metered.
A multimillion-dollar deal between Mackay Regional Council and tech company Taggle Systems has transferred rights to the council's locally developed smart water application, MiWater.
Kempsey Shire Council updated its traditional water quality monitoring with a smarter 'plug-and-play' solution, achieving excellent accuracy results.
A demonstration of how the VEGAPULS 64 works, even with condensate and build-up.
The ARC-1 is the latest-generation data logger from KELLER, superseding the GSM-2 device. The unit remotely tracks pressure measurements and fill and water levels, and monitors limit values.
The QALCOSONIC F1 (IP65) ultrasonic water meter measures cold and hot water consumption in a residential, commercial or industrial setting.
The QALCOSONIC W1 water meter is designed to accurately measure cold and hot water consumption.
As drought continues to threaten Australia's water supply and climate change disrupts our ecosystems, solutions are needed to ensure our rivers, and life in them, survive.
Hunter Water is optimising water distribution throughout its network, contracting SUEZ to implement its Aquadvanced Energy solution.
The groundswell of interest in IoT over the past few years has brought many new opportunities for digital water metering which will continue to accelerate throughout 2019.
SA Water has incorporated WaterGroup's Trunk Main Monitoring (TMM) System into the mix of technology used in the expansion of its smart network initiative.
ANU researchers have used data from multiple satellites to measure water below the Earth's surface with apparently unprecedented precision.