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Mid-Western Region mayor Des Kennedy, general manager Brad Cam, and Member for Calare Andrew Gee. Mid-Western Regional Council has secured a $1.2 million grant through round two of the Australian Government’s Smart Cities and Suburbs Program, which will see the...read more
Gunnedah Shire Council’s water services manager Kevin Sheridan with an automatic water meter device. The automatic devices will be installed throughout the shire from December. Photo: Supplied Automatic water meter devices are just the start of a major water meter...read more
The advent of Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) over the past few years has prompted a lot of discussion about smart water meters and automatic meter reading (AMR). There have been many papers written, views expressed and positions debated about the benefits of AMR...read more
Successful technology projects that go live on schedule and budget and immediately provide better than expected results are a rarity. Particularly when related to the Internet of Things (IoT) where many applications find it difficult to show a commercial return. So a...read more
In a recent article on its website, Barwon Water wrote about its success in finding water leaks in the town of Colac through its use of water consumption data collected using Taggle's LPWAN. One local resident, alerted to a possible leak by the water utility, is...read more
SA Water’s new $4 million smart water network in the Adelaide CBD is now completely installed and transmitting real-time information on how the network is performing. By installing the new technology and learning to interpret the data that is collected, SA Water hopes...read more