Australia-based TracWater will partner with a Singapore-based accelerator program to solve South and Southeast Asia’s water and wastewater crisis.
Article | Nov 15, 2021
Asia is the world’s most water-stressed continent. While home to more than half of the world’s inhabitants, Asia has less freshwater available per capita than anywhere else. Population growth, particularly in low-lying coastal cities, threatens already vulnerable supplies.
Article | May 9, 2019
What does the digitisation of the water industry mean for the day-to-day operations of Australian water utilities? One key factor is network visibility. If you can see what is happening across your entire network, it’s easier to plan, predict and manage your assets and services, and the best way to do this is through the cloud.
Article | April, 2019
The water industry is becoming increasingly more efficient thanks to interconnected grids and cloud-based operations, as well as the Internet of Things (IoT). However, the same digital technologies and data that are increasing efficiencies could also pose a significant risk to water utilities’ critical infrastructure and operations if they are not adequately protected.
Article | Nov 21, 2018
Queensland and New South Wales are in the middle of a severe drought. In addition to agricultural and economic impacts, drought can significantly affect water quality. Utilities need to know the quality of the water that is going into their treatment plants as low-quality water can often mean increased operating costs.
Article | Oct 31, 2018
The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games was the largest sporting event to be staged in Australia this decade, with more than 670,000 visitors and 6,600 athletes and team officials, and a lot went on behind the scenes to ensure its success. One of the key elements was the City of Gold Coast’s water quality strategy involving monitoring the network in real time to protect against the threat of contamination.
Article | Oct 17, 2018
Using data to see what is happening across an entire water network is regarded as the next frontier for Australia’s water utilities; the next step in a high tech future. However, the future is already here. Data capture and real-time water quality information is already being implemented and is changing the way water utilities operate. Here’s what you need to know to ensure your organisation doesn’t get left behind in the data revolution.
APAC CIO Outlook - Utilities Special
Article | Nov 8, 2017