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Water, water, everywhere, nor any drop for jeans

A new article from the BBC reports that it takes an average 11,000 litres of water to make a pair of jeans.  You probably didn’t realise that. It takes more than four litres to grow an almond and there are a lot of almonds growing in California, which continues to suffer from drought. Water is also used extensively in the Oil & Gas and Utility industries.

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i2O appoints CTO with extensive smart utility network experience

i2O, the smart water network company, today announced that it has appointed Steve Wilkes as Chief Technology Officer. He joins i2O from ONZO, a provider of data analytics insight to electricity companies and brings more than 20 years of technology experience gained building smart networks within the utilities sector.

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Smart networks smoothing supply of water

The move to smart water networks is accelerating in the water industry because it allows utilities to confront their major challenges, extend asset life in the network, reduce operating costs and deliver better customer service without the high cost of building new supply infrastructure.

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i2O launches dNet solution at SWAN

Joel Hagan announced i2O’s new dNet solution to more than 180 delegates at the SWAN Conference in London on Tuesday and spoke about the major water industry challenges it helps to address.

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i2O develops new logging system to provide comprehensive low-cost water network data

i2O, the smart water network company, today launched dNet, a low-cost data logging and software system to provide water utilities with accurate, reliable and affordable data for informing decision making and improving water networks performance.

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i2O's oNet system turns legacy infrastructure into smart water networks

i2O has launched oNet, a new suite of technologies providing water utilities with the ability to monitor and manage the pressure and flow of water across their entire networks.

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Smart Networks are the answer. What is the question?

Joel Hagan, CEO at i2O, has written an article addressing how Smart Networks can help water utilities tackle some of the problems produced by increased customer demand, ageing infrastructure and extreme weather conditions. This article is entitled ‘Smart Networks are the answer. What is the question?’ and is published on Water Online.

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Kevin Rutledge has been appointed to expand smart water network footprint

We are delighted to announce that Kevin Rutledge has joined i2O Water as our first Global Sales Director. A seasoned sales professional with more than 20 years’ experience working in the utility industry, Kevin is tasked with expanding our global footprint and helping many more water companies to improve their customer service, business efficiency and environmental performance with smart water networks.

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Fun, Food and Fundraising for Water Aid

Our last fundraising event for Water Aid was so successful, we thought it was high time we organised another one and what better time than at Christmas! Another i2O Water Bake Off was on the menu again and better than ever, with employees testing their culinary skills with ’empanadas’ and mince pies. Cakes, fudge and flapjacks were also baked for all to enjoy as it’s the festive season and therefore the time for tasty treats and sweets.

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Smart water networks will endure when the IoT bubble bursts

In its latest Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, the analyst firm Gartner places the Internet of Things (IoT) at the top of the life cycle phase it calls the ‘Peak of Inflated Expectations’. Beneath the hype there lies a reality: the IoT is delivering value in practical and unsensational ways that will endure.

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