Technologies such as high-res monitoring of pressurised sewer lines, transient event and leak detection, and low power, narrow bandwidth, long-range networks for the IoT are not only important for improving day-to-day business operations but also translate to more efficient IT systems and data management processes.
In September 2017, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) began the first stages of its drone safety review, on which a discussion paper on the range of safety issues to be examined during the review was released. Responses to the discussion paper were released in December 2017, with CASA aiming to provide a final report in early 2018.
Water Corporation manages more than 34,000km of water mains across 2.6 million square kilometres of Western Australia. The utility is always looking for new and innovative ways to manage the pipe network. In June 2017, in an Australian first, Water Corporation trialled two sniffer dogs to detect water leaks, and now, a new dog is set to start soon.
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Interflow and Raedlinger Primus Line celebrate Exclusivity Agreement December 22, 2021
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How experts are using innovative technology to solve water loss December 22, 2021
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New two-year DER initiative for ACT December 20, 2021
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The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) has revealed a $37 million commitment to Blue Grass Solar Farm, on behalf of the Federal Government.
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The Australian Energy Market Operator has announced a number of new changes to its executive leadership team.
Australia's best tasting tap water will be revealed at the Ixom 2021 Best Tasting Tap Water in Australia competition on Thursday 20 January.
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