This portable camera is an example of remote control technology for the water industry.

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The water and wastewater industry is under increasing pressure to optimise efficiency, reduce costs, and ensure environmental compliance. Traditional management methods often rely on manual inspections and reactive maintenance, leading to inefficiencies and potential disruptions. Enter the game-changing combination of remote control technology and the Internet of Things (IoT). This powerful duo is transforming how water and wastewater facilities operate, offering a proactive and data-driven approach to management. Read More
In an age where digitisation is revolutionizing industries, water utilities and councils are not exempt from the transformative power of data-driven technologies. However, as utilities embark on their digitisation journey, they face a critical challenge: data gluttony. The increasing deployment of solutions and myriad selection of platforms has led to an overwhelming influx of data, creating operational burdens and complicating the business model. Gerhard Loots, IoT expert and CEO of Kallipr, one of Australia’s leading IoT solution providers, gives his perspective.

Data, data everywhere but not a drop to drink

In an age where digitisation is revolutionizing industries, water utilities and councils are not exempt from the transformative power of data-driven technologies. However, as utilities embark on their digitisation journey, they face a critical challenge: data gluttony. The increasing deployment of solutions and myriad selection of platforms has led to an overwhelming influx of data, creating operational burdens and complicating the business model. Gerhard Loots, IoT expert and CEO of Kallipr, one of Australia’s leading IoT solution providers, gives his perspective. Read More