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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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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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Could a botnet of loggers bring down a water utility?

The smart devices that make up the Internet of Things are proving very popular with malicious hackers. This is often because security wasn’t a key consideration for their manufacturers.

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Save water: swap grass for gravel

Turf Terminators of California, USA allows residents to utilise water conservation rebates for turf removal.  Rebates of $3.75 per square foot are available to Los Angeles residents for turf removal, the theory being that grass needs to be watered and without it water usage decreases markedly. 

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i2O bolsters advisory board with Kevin Starling appointment

i2O, the smart water network solutions company, today announced that water industry veteran Kevin Starling has joined its Advisory Board.

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“SaaS” has given itself a bad name

 

The trouble with the name SaaS is that it’s an acronym. The acronym obscures the fact that SaaS is a service. People too often assume it’s just software.  And that’s causing confusion.

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Smart water networks set to become pervasive

Our CEO, Joel Hagan, recently wrote an article in July's edition of WIPAC Monthly.

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Global Water Intelligence ranks i2O top quartile

In its latest report Global Water Market 2017, Global Water Intelligence ranks i2O above its direct competitors in terms of being both a market leader and having multiple solutions.  i2O also ranks as top quartile alongside much larger companies: ABB; metering companies Itron, Sensus and Diehl; and leak detection specialist Gutermann.

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Water utilities gain new insight from network data

i2O, the smart water network company, today launched a new software tool to help water companies monitor their networks and improve performance using data. i2O’s iNet software increases the ability of water companies to analyse and make automated decisions based on pressure and flow data and is the first software product available that diagnoses problems with Pressure Reducing Valves (PRVs) automatically.

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