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The “GOTA” project : Acciona in Peru

Acciona is setting up a project regarding the corrective and progressive maintenance and support service in Lima (Peru) called GOTA. The functional scope of the GOTA project is focused on the optimization of operator work management. The “intelligence” is used to efficiently allocate the network maintenance tasks to the operators and technicians, taking into account […]

Syrinix TransientMinder Installed on eac...

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Syrinix TransientMinder Installed on each main of the three plants supplying the City of Leeuwarden Syrinix TransientMinder units have been installed on each main of the three plants supplying the City of Leeuwarden, to monitor for transients caused by pumps, valves or other operations. These units were customized by Syrinix so that they are AC […]

Hooking up London to Smart Water Meters

Hooking up London to Smart Water Meters Over the next 15 years the UK’s largest utility, Thames Water, aims to install around three million smart water meters, initially in a number of London suburbs. Here the metering technology manager, Martin Hall, outlines more details of the plan and the challenges that come with it. These […]

s::can and Aaxis win data supply contrac...

PRESS RELEASE Vienna, April 2016 s::can and Aaxis win data supply contract for Indian Clean Ganga Project Vienna, April 2016: Due to fast population growth, migration and industrialization, the pollution of the Ganges river has become a major issue for India and one of the biggest environmental challenges on earth. The Ganges river is a […]

New Possibilities to Investigate water Q...

Meeting of waters; A large scale model of the distribution network identifies new possibilities to investigate water quality and transportation issues with online sensoring. Vitens, the largest drinking water company of the Netherlands, developed a large scale model representing the Vitens Innovation Playground (VIP). Using this model it is possible to perform experiments that cannot […]

Optiqua deploys a network of 80 EventLab...

Press Release Optiqua deploys a network of 80 EventLab sensors in the Vitens distribution system providing a solid foundation for Vitens intelligent water supply Mat 2th, 2016 – Optiqua has received an order from Vitens, the largest drinking water company in the Netherlands, for the supply of a network of 80 EventLab sensors in Friesland, The Netherlands. This […]

Vitens to install first major smart drin...

200 pairs of ears and eyes in the Friesland mains network Vitens to install first major smart drinking water network in the world Zwolle, 2 November 2015 – Vitens is the first drinking water utility company in the world to install a large-scale smart drinking water mains network. In order to achieve this, the 9,000 […]

New Interreg Balkan-Med Programme 2014-2...

“INTERREG Balkan-Mediterranean 2014-2020” is a new cooperation Programme, deriving from both the strong will of the “BalkanMed” participating countries to promote cooperation in the area and the split of the “South East Europe 2007-2013″. The Programme brings together five countries, three EU member states (Bulgaria, Cyprus and Greece) and two candidate countries, Albania and the former Yugoslav Republic of […]

Optiqua Next Generation of Event Lab 2.0...

EventLab–Online Water Quality Monitoring for Smart Water Networks Optiqua EventLab is a solution for real-time monitoring of water quality in networked applications such as drinking water distribution networks. EventLab is designed for deployment as a high density sensor network, with distributed sensor nodes connected to a central server for data collection and processing. A network […]

Vitens at Aquatech Innovation Award 2015

Vitens is nominated for a Aquatech Innovation Award 2015 in the category ‘Not-yet-to-market’ with CAGIS: Real-time Customer Alert GIS, Vitens. CAGIS is a geographical operations dashboard displaying customer interactions (phone calls, tweets) and sensor alerts used by the operations department to identify events as pipe leaks and water quality problems much faster, ideally before a […]

 
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