Antibes, France Digitizes City Infrastructure

November 20, 2017

The town of Antibes in southeastern France is focusing on digitizing the entire city’s infrastructure –  including the water distribution system. As a resort town, its population triples in the summer, putting a strain on Read More

Alberta Announces $28.8M in Cleantech Funding

November 8, 2017

Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC), Alberta Innovates (AI) and Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) have recently announced $28.8 million Canadian in funding for cleantech projects across the province of Alberta. The eleven projects were chosen from Read More

WaterView Introduces New Way to Measure Rainfall

October 13, 2017

WaterView – an Italian startup founded by three engineers from the Politecnico di Torino in Italy – has introduced an innovative way to measure rainfall intensity. The technology re-purposes sensors that are already available (e.g., Read More

Smart Water Goes Way Beyond What’s In The Bottle

October 4, 2017

This week, conference attendees gathered in Chicago at WEFTEC, heralded as “the world’s largest annual water quality technical conference and exhibition.”  Technology and water have a lot in common. Sure there are limitless analogies (puns Read More

Cornell Tech Campus Focuses on Sustainability

September 29, 2017

The Cornell Tech campus was recently opened on on New York’s Roosevelt Island. The 12-acre (five-hectare) campus is a partnership between Cornell University and Technion – Israel Institute of Technology and will serve both students Read More

Smart Buildings Today

September 11, 2017

An important component of the smart city is the smart building – a facility that incorporates advanced automation and integration to measure, monitor, control, and optimize operations and maintenance. In existing buildings, technologies are deployed Read More

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