by Mark Halliwell, Marketing Manager, Taggle Systems Just like any purchasing decision in business or in life, when considering the digitalisation of your network, the first question you must always ask is: what do I actually need? When considering modes of transport, you have a wide range of options which are quickly filtered when you analyse your requirements. If all […]
NHP is partnering with local IoT experts, Switch Automation, to deliver InfoSyte, an exclusive energy management software solution from NHP tailored for the Australian and New Zealand markets. As a powerful cloud-hosted energy management platform, InfoSyte has the ability to integrate with energy, water and gas measuring devices along with other facility systems such as building management systems (BMS) and heating, ventilation and air conditioning […]
A worldwide survey of information security professionals has found that global cyber security readiness fell six points from 2016 to a C- average – an overall score of only 70 percent. Tenable Network Security’s second annual Global Cybersecurity Assurance Report Card surveyed 700 security practitioners in nine countries and across seven industries, calculating a global index score based on two […]
Now more than ever, utilities want to simplify their billing, and bill all their products and services on the same bill – regardless of the source of the product or service. Now, that’s even easier to do. Standard utility services include line charges, consumption (at various pricing tiers), maintenance or other service charges. Recently, utilities have begun including other services […]
by Mark Halliwell, Marketing Manager, Taggle Systems There has been a lot of talk lately about the Internet of Things (IoT) and how it will transform our lives. Much of the hoopla suggests that all sorts of things will be connected– cars, fridges, washing machines, pets and more– with tiny devices collecting life-changing data at a cost of mere cents. […]
The Internet of Things (IoT) is shaping up to have a critical influence over how water businesses operate now and into the future. With continued advancements being made in both sensor and communications technologies, capturing highly-detailed information is becoming a lot more cost-effective. With more data being captured more frequently, there has never been a greater need find innovative analytical techniques […]
Queensland water utility Unitywater has teamed up with a global software supplier to provide the state’s smaller water utilities with access to greater insights into network events, such as leaks, bursts, supply interruptions and changes in water pressure. Unitywater and TaKaDu, a provider of integrated event management solutions for the water industry, have collaborated to enable TaKaDu to offer its […]
A Queensland water company has teamed up with a global leader in integrated event management solutions to provide Queensland water utilities with new cloud based network monitoring solutions. Unitywater is partnering with TaKaDu to offer TaKaDu’s IoT cloud-based solution to small water utilities across Queensland. Unitywater and TaKaDu have been working together since June 2013 when Unitywater started a long-term engagement […]
A Victorian utility has begun testing a new technology aiming to improve the reliability, efficiency and safety of its sewer and water assets by extending the use of real-time monitoring. South East Water has teamed up with global ICT providers to trial Narrowband-Internet of Things (NB-IoT) technology on its network infrastructure on the Mornington Peninsula, Dandenong Ranges and Melbourne’s CBD. […]
Last November, the team from Utility headed to Sydney’s Luna Park for Australian Utility Week, the annual event which brings together industry leaders to discuss and debate the challenges facing the industry. The 2015 event centred around the theme of Building the Digital Utility, a concept which many attendees are currently navigating. The event provided a welcome opportunity for delegates […]
According to Cesare Tizi, Principal Consultant for Utilities at CSC, explosive growth in the number of networked mobile smart devices is increasing users’ expectations for anytime, anywhere connection to family, friends, businesses and places of work. People expect to be able to shop, pay bills, research products and services and connect with colleagues at the office via digital channels every […]
by Ted Surette, National Sector Leader – Power & Utilities, KPMG and Bob Hayward, ASPAC CIO Advisory Centre of Excellence, KPMG. The internet has reached almost every building, every person, every device and now every thing on the planet. The plethora of new technologies have the potential to have a devastating impact on the utilities industry, warn Ted Surette and […]
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