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Municipal Water Leader Interview

Municipal Water Leader Interview

Gathering Water Meter Data From the Most Inhospitable Environments – An Interview with John Quinn Published 10 July 2019 in the Municipal Water Leader Magazine Granular data on the volume and timing of water use is of great value to water providers and...
Goldenfields Water first in NSW to roll out MyH2O

Goldenfields Water first in NSW to roll out MyH2O

Goldenfields Water, the first water utility in NSW to employ Taggle’s LPWA network for automatic meter reading for its entire fleet of water meters, has launched MyH2O, a web-based portal for its customers. Local newspaper, Southern Weekly reported: “A...

Federation resident praises Council for Leak Detection

Taggle Systems is carrying out a Water Meter Replacement and Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) project at the towns of at Corowa, Mulwala, Howlong and Balldale in the recently formed Federation Shire. Council Staff have sent letters to their residents for whom they have...

Accelerate partnership success!

eResearch in partnership with the Townsville City Council, CoastalCOMS and Taggle Inc. have been awarded a $1.4M Queensland Accelerate Partnership grant from a very competitive field.   View News...

Mackay Regional Council rolls out MyH2O customer portal

Mackay Regional Council, with the help of local software company Tyeware has developed an Australian first – a website called myh2o which enables residents to monitor their daily water usage to help reduce consumption. At www.myh2o.qld.gov.au, owners and tenants...

Meters to save litres in shire

The Tablelands Advertiser in Mareeba (QLD) reports today that Mareeba Shire Council has approved funding for the deployment of Taggle network to collect water meter data in the towns of Kuranda, Mount Molloy, Chillagoe and Dimbulah in this financial year. According to...

Mobile phone monitoring cuts water losses

Barwon Water in Victoria has implemented a mobile phone based system to assist farmers in Larpent and Irrewarra to improve their access to water use data collected by its Taggle radio network. Developed by Barwon Water’s Information and Communications Technology...

Mareeba Shire Council chooses Taggle

Mareeba Shire Council in North Queensland has chosen Taggle to deploy an Automatic Meter Reading network in the town of Mareeba. Taggle’s Low Power Wide Area sensor network will collect hourly data from approximately 3850 water meters of various types and sizes...