Intelligent perimeter lighting and intrusion detection for utility assets: reducing light pollution while increasing securityImogen Hartmann Asset management, Cyber Security, Safety and Training, Sponsored Editorial 0
Technological innovations, such as Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things, have opened up new opportunities for businesses to improve and optimise their operations, but the increase in connected and intelligent devices has exposed a number of vulnerabilities in the utility sector’s approach to cyber security.
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Trying to out-fox criminals is a demanding challenge, and while being open and transparent with security sounds counterintuitive, Jemena’s Operational Delivery Risk Manager, Justin Morghem, insists this type of collaboration and cooperation makes corporations and communities more resilient to crime.
For the past seven years, Melbourne has been ranked the world’s most livable city. For me, it’s the environment – the trees – that contribute to not just Melbourne’s reputation, but the state’s, as a great place to live and visit. But, as Head of Network Compliance at United Energy, CitiPower and Powercor, it’s Victoria’s leafy characteristics that also pose a challenge when it comes to managing our network.
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The New South Wales Government has announced a subsidy of over $240,000 covering subscription costs for councils and local water utilities to the Smart Water Advice program, which provides resources to maximise water efficiency.
Applications are open for the Transgrid 2022 Graduate Program, which offers a two year immersion combining on the job learning with formal training.
Ergon Energy’s new $6 million Microgrid and Isolated Systems Test (MIST) facility has opened in Cairns, and is set to accelerate the integration of new technology into Queensland’s electricity network.
Sun Cable has revealed that world-leading experts will be joining forces to deliver the $30 billion Australia-Asia PowerLink (AAPowerLink), which is set to be one of the world’s biggest renewable energy projects.
Rockhampton Regional Council will soon be closing tenders on a business case for a long term water solution for Mount Morgan, with the successful tender set to be announced in coming weeks.
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