i2O establishes global tech

i2O establishes global technical team to support smart water utilities

i2O, the smart water network solutions company, announced today that it has expanded its technical support team to improve the way it supports water company clients around the world.

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A new era for Water under Trump?

Water Technology Executive Jim Lauria has made an impassioned plea in An Open Letter to President-Elect Trump On Water.

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i2O doubles software

i2O doubles software development for smart water networks

i2O, the smart water network solutions company, announced today that it has doubled the size of its software development team in the past 12 months to ensure water utility clients can derive maximum value and insight about their networks.

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Riparian reserves

Raconteur tells us a worldwide water crisis is looming.  The context they give consists of two of i2O’s six major challenges for water utilities: climate change, and population growth and urbanisation.

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Smart network innovation, growth & transformation - 2016 in review

2016 has been a year of expansion, innovation and acceleration at i2O. Smart water networks are increasingly seen as a high impact, low cost and immediate way for water utilities to address the challenges they face: increasing populations, urbanisation, more extreme weather events, ageing infrastructure, and more demanding customers.

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Analysts rate i2O as sector leader

Lux Research has identified i2O as a dominant player in the Internet of Things for the Water market. 

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Oh my god…this is horrible

Nick Danby has written a great article in the Harvard Political Review about America’s Crumbling Water Infrastructure. It references 4 of the 6 big challenges that face the water industry globally: population growth (and urbanisation), ageing infrastructure, more extreme weather events, lack of new money. The other two are an ageing workforce (meaning knowledge is being lost) and greater customer demands (based on improved service from many other industries).

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That sinking feeling

Many sinkholes are the result of erosion by water.  Most of that is natural.  Some of it is man-made.

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i2O bolsters security capability with hire of cyber security expert

i2O, the smart water network solutions company, today announced that it has appointed Daniel Bradberry, formerly chief engineer at one of Europe’s leading cybersecurity consultancies, to oversee its cyber security activities.

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Software R&D spending key to success

WaterBriefing reports PwC’s finding that firms who shift R&D spend to software and services have faster revenue growth, or, put another way, are more successful at creating solutions that clients value.

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