The urban water industry was represented by WSAA and the Water Services Sector Group at the Parliamentary Joint Committee...
Following a successful rollout of 4,000 smart water meters, with the final 300 remaining to be installed shortly, Leeton...
Vehicle detection is becoming an increasingly critical element to monitor and optimise traffic flows for intelligent transport systems. Access...
Parkes Shire Council in New South Wales recently teamed up with Australian-owned and organically-grown company, TOBCO, to deliver the...
The Tasmanian and Federal Governments are jointly investing $170 million into the Pipeline to Prosperity – Tranche 3 program,...
The Cradle Coast Future Energy Hub, the one-stop-shop for information on Tasmania’s energy future, has officially opened. The Energy...
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Captis provides valuable seasonal insights to Australian water utilities August 4, 2021
With thousands of devices deployed across the water sector since mIoT’s incept...
Trenchless rehabilitation and co2 reduction – a perfect match! August 4, 2021
The Australia Government has pledged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 26 to...
Empowering a smarter future with IOT August 4, 2021
By Norman Ballard, Senquip By 2030, 25 billion IoT devices worldwide will delive...
How remote connectivity is empowering future asset management August 3, 2021
The energy transition is driving more efficient and sustainable operations in th...
Security seals, the first line of defence against unauthorised access August 3, 2021
Without applying a security seal to bags, doors, cabinets, packaging, meters, dr...
Hunter Water has been granted planning approval to deliver a new desalination plant in Belmont, NSW – providing an enduring supply of water for the Lower Hunter region.
The Western Australian Government has announced the official completion of the 43km Albany to Denmark pipeline – future proofing year-round water supply in the face of climate change and ensuring the region is not solely reliant on Quickup Dam.
TransGrid has submitted an assessment report to the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) regarding the major transmission project, HumeLink – which will carry electricity to customers from new generation sources, including the expanded Snowy Hydro scheme.
Water Corporation has recommitted to the Western Australian Government's Aboriginal Procurement Policy – meeting progressive targets up to 3 per cent.
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