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  • Digital Twins: Bringing The Future To Water Management

    Digital Twins: Bringing The Future To Water Management

    The current scenario of uncertainty has accelerated the adoption of digital twins in the water sector. Their application in drinking water distribution, sanitation and sewerage systems is picking up speed across the globe. In 2022, and over the next few years, digital twins are set to be one of the most widely used tools to tackle new challenges.

    Yet, digital twins are no longer just a good idea for the future. In fact, many of the most innovative international utilities have already...
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  • Ongoing Cyber Threats to U.S. Water and Wastewater Systems

    Ongoing Cyber Threats to U.S. Water and Wastewater Systems

    This joint advisory is the result of analytic efforts between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the National Security Agency (NSA) to highlight ongoing malicious cyber activity—by both known and unknown actors—targeting the information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) networks, systems, and devices of U.S. Water and Wastewater Systems (WWS) Sector facilities.

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  • Award Winning AquaNereda Process for Treatment of Waste Water

    Award Winning AquaNereda Process for Treatment of Waste Water

    Questions? Ask away!!!


    Activated Sludge 2.0 in Foley, AL.

    The AquaNereda® Aerobic Granular Sludge Technology is an innovative wastewater treatment technology that provides advanced biological treatment using the unique features of aerobic granular biomass. The unique process features of the AquaNereda technology translate into a flexible and compact process that offers energy efficiency and significantly lower chemical consumption.

    https://www.aqu...
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  • New filtering method promises safer drinking water, improved industrial production

    New filtering method promises safer drinking water, improved industrial production

    A team of scientists at the Tufts University School of Engineering has developed a new filtering technology. Inspired by biology, it could help curb a drinking water-related disease that affects tens of millions of people worldwide and potentially improve environmental remediation, industrial and chemical production, and mining, among other processes.

    Reporting in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the researchers demonstrated that their novel polymer membranes can...
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  • New Study from UC San Diego for Covid-19 Wastewater Surveillance

    New Study from UC San Diego for Covid-19 Wastewater Surveillance

    A Study from UC San Diego Shows Covid-19 Can Be Detected In A Single Asymptomatic Person Through Wastewater Surveillance even if that person is living or working in a multi-unit dwelling. Wastewater surveillance can detect a case up to 3 to 4 days before individual testing can. Wastewater surveillance is an underused yet cost-effective, non-invasive mass testing strategy.

    More on this study: https://www.forbes.com/sites/williamhaseltine/2021/08/16/study-shows-covid-19-can-be-detect...
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  • Delta Showcases Containerised Plant Factory and Building Automation Solutions

    Delta Showcases Containerised Plant Factory and Building Automation Solutions

    for Eco-friendly Living at JTC's Punggol Digital District in Singapore


    Delta, a global provider of power and thermal management solutions, has introduced a containerised smart plant factory and its building automation solutions at Punggol Digital District (PDD), Singapore's first smart business district planned by JTC – a statutory board under Singapore's Ministry of Trade and Industry. As one of four initial corporations joining the district, Delta integrated a broad range...
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  • LG Uplus ties up with state researchers for research on smart farm robots

    LG Uplus ties up with state researchers for research on smart farm robots

    SEOUL -- LG Uplus will work with the state-run Korea Institute of Robot and Convergence (KIRO) to develop smart farm robots using 5G technologies. With rapid advances in sensor and computer technologies, there have been growing demands for autonomous equipment. The mobile carrier has expanded the use of its service and technology to smart farms and agricultural machinery.

    For real-time video transmission and precise location information, LG Uplus (U+) said it would provide a low latency...
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  • Water Sampling Latest Realm for Drones

    Water Sampling Latest Realm for Drones

    A bastion of labor-intensive tasks are now been opened to machine capabilities


    According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 7,000 hydrologist jobs in the US in 2019. Many of those individuals continue to spend much of their time in the field performing water sampling tasks. With average salaries above $80,000 annually, the cost of all those sampling activities adds up quickly. And hydrologists aren’t the only ones tasked with performing such sampling.
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  • Technology revolution for water retailers

    Technology revolution for water retailers

    In April 2017, the UK’s water retail market in the world opened for business – the single biggest change to the water sector since privatisation. This development allowed businesses, charities and public sector organisations to shop around for the best deal.
    However, like any industry, this change hasn’t been without its sticking points; here, Paul Williams, CTO at Everflow Tech (pictured far right), discusses how retailers can harness technology to their advantage

    Our CEO, Josh...
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  • High heat means high need to record records accurately. Here is how it’s done

    High heat means high need to record records accurately. Here is how it’s done

    The National Weather Service mainly uses an automated surface observing system, which measures temperatures electronically and averages them over five minutes.

    “It has a tendency to moderate out a spike one way or another that could adversely impact a temperature record. So it’s actually probably a little harder to set all-time record high temperatures these days than it would have been back in 1881,” Turner says.

    Bond says that with automation now, user error is...
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  • Cisco Nightmare
    by Lee Kibler
    Automation Friends,

    Please take a moment and insure that your Cisco equipment is secured. There is information that has been published on Reddit, Twitter and Medium that give step by step methodology for hacking this equipment. The information release is for Pentesting but could be used against network owners that are not aware or current.

    Recommendations:

    1) Make sure you are not operating using default configuration.
    2) Insure that responsible...
    September 26, 2022, 09:39 AM
  • Labor Shortage Needs New Approach to Worker Retention
    by [email protected]
    Manufacturers need to break out of the old paradigm as new approaches to training are the linchpin to human capital success.

    Read More: https://industrytoday.com/labor-shor..._id=e549e33d1a...
    July 28, 2022, 08:03 AM
  • Webb vs Hubble Telescope
    by [email protected]
    Webb often gets called the replacement for Hubble, but we prefer to call it a successor. Hubble's science pushed us to look to longer wavelengths to "go beyond" what Hubble has already done.

    Read More: https://www.jwst.nasa.gov/content/ab...bVsHubble.html...
    July 28, 2022, 08:01 AM
  • Certificate of Attendance for PDHs Season 3, Episode 6
    by [email protected]
    Thank you for joining us at The Automation Village! Fill out the survey to receive a Certificate of Attendance: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/X2PQXPZ.

    If you missed the live show, you can re-watch it here, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-z8FDW4rHA8, then complete the survey, at the link above, for your Certificate of Attendance.

    *Please note that PDH requirements vary from state to state, and the state boards have final approval authority on determination of credits.
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    July 28, 2022, 08:00 AM
  • OPC UA Compliance for Industrial Interoperability
    by [email protected]
    OPC UA is committed to compliance in order to realize “The Industrial Interoperability Standard”. Compliance activities are to check “whether the system is actually connected” and “whether it can be used in a reliable manner” so that a system can be built using a truly reliable product. As a supplier of OPC UA-equipped products, Omron also focuses on compliance.

    In this article, we will introduce you to the services for checking compliance, the certification test items,...
    June 29, 2022, 06:52 AM
  • Scientists Finally Create A Quantum Circuit At An Atomic Scale
    by [email protected]
    In a world first, Australian quantum computing manufacturer, Silicon Quantum Computing (SQC), has today announced they have developed a quantum computing chip that integrates all the necessary components found on a classical computer chip but at the atomic scale, making up a functional quantum processor.

    This quantum processor was then put to the test by using it to model a small molecule in which each atom has multiple quantum states - something that traditional computers would struggle...
    June 27, 2022, 07:36 AM
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