Data, IT & Communications
What can cities do to combat the water crisis?
Louise Ellis, water engineer and associate at Arup, discusses the findings from City Water Resilience Approach assessments from Cape Town and Miami, and looks at how the methodology could be applied the UK water industry
- WWT Explains… Sewer modelling and CSOs in association with Innovyze In our latest WWT Explains guide, produced in association with Innovyze, we look at the subject of sewer modelling and... Read More >
- Moving towards maintenance 4.0 Water utilities need to embrace smart asset management technologies but that is only part of the solution, writes Chris... Read More >
- WWT Explains… Smart Water Networks In our latest WWT Explains guide, produced in association with Novotek UK and Ireland, we look at the subject of smart... Read More >
- A data-led approach to clearing FOG Water utilities have a major challenge working with local food businesses to prevent fats, oils and grease entering the... Read More >
- The robots aren't coming... they're already here Stantec lead design engineer Dan Causley looks at advances in technology and their role in boosting productivity in the... Read More >
- Opinion: A smarter way to read the water network Smart metering technology could be the key to closing water companies' knowledge gaps about usage in their network -... Read More >
- Smart thinking: The digital asset management revolution With many of the pieces now in place for a digital asset management revolution, AI and machine learning solutions are set... Read More >
- Networking skills: MUS helps Leeds to smarten up Morrison Utility Services has delivered a groundbreaking smart water network project in Leeds on behalf of Yorkshire Water Read More >
- Opinion: Protecting our water assets against cyber threats It's vital that engineers start to lead the conversation on cyber security for operational technology in the water... Read More >
- Innovation Zone: Waterfall out to make a splash Fitted near a building's stopcock and supplying cloud-based, accessible information about water use, an ‘intelligent water... Read More >
- Can we future-proof water utilities' data transmission? As the deadlines for BT's withdrawal of TDM and PSTN services approach, water utilities with legacy systems will need to... Read More >
- New dimensions: How BIM drove Scottish Water's Tullich WTW project With ESD making extensive use of BIM including 4D visualisation tools, Scottish Water has successfully completed a £29... Read More >
- Digital digging: OS and NWG's underground mapping system Ordnance Survey helped pioneer an idea for a new digital mapping system for underground utilities at Northumbrian Water's... Read More >
- Thames' eight2O alliance sees benefits in Active Risk Manager Alliance has deployed ARM to manage projects as part of Thames Water's capital investment programme Read More >
- Opinion: Improving Resilience in AMP7 Getting the right data to measure asset health and support resilience will be crucial for water companies in meeting their... Read More >
- MDS secures Affinity Water contract extension Morrison Data Services (MDS) has extended its meter data collection contract with Affinity Water by a further two years.
- SEW and Vodafone pilot NB-IoT leakage solution South East Water is working with Vodafone on a pilot that the water company believes is likely to revolutionise leakage detection and prevention.
- Monitoring technology guide launched by British Water A live guide to drinking water and wastewater monitoring technology and services has been launched by industry trade association British Water.
- Utilities urged to map out digital future Water leaders are being encouraged to plot their company's progress on digitalisation with the help of a ‘digital adoption water curve’ contained in a new white paper from the International Water Association (IWA) and Xylem.
- Northumbrian Water trialling 'Barnacle' smart sensor Northumbrian Water is trialling the first prototype of its 'Barnacle' smart sensor for toilets.