Latest Insights on Drinking Water Measurement

  1. Indefensible Data: The Thread That Can Quickly Unravel

    Not all data is good data. Businesses know this — or at least should — and it effects how they make decisions about sales, marketing and R&D.

  2. Know By 'Heart': Flow Meter Technology Of The Future

    To get the latest on the Promag 400 line of electromagnetic flow meters featuring specialized sensor technology, Water Online spoke with Endress+Hauser’s Flow Product Marketing Manager Nathan Hedrick and Environmental Industry Manager Alan Vance. The two served up details on the sensors’ web capabilities, proprietary Heartbeat Technology, and advanced safety features.

  3. Monitoring Water Quality With UVC LEDs

    Rapid detection of changes in water quality is critical in water delivery systems, wastewater treatment, and industrial plants for process optimization, environmental regulatory requirements, and consumer health.

  4. In The BREW Tank, Everyone’s A Winner

    The BREW Tank was a series of brief product pitches in the vein of television’s popular reality competition “Shark Tank.”

  5. Where Utilities And AMI Can Live In Perfect Harmony

     While advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) may seem like the wave of the future, there are some things about the revolution that can be intimidating. Many utilities might like more metering information and digital management, but have serious questions about how such a system will fit into current processes and affect the bottom line.

  6. Measuring Innovation: Water Quality Analytics Startups To Watch

    In an industry with more than its share of startup tech companies, Lux Research identifies innovators in water quality analytics that are poised to make a splash.

  7. Pressure Point: Overlooked Pipeline Tech Strengthens Water Distribution Systems

    Water distribution might sound as easy as passing water through pipes, but good municipal managers know better. With failing infrastructure rampant and an increased focus on operational efficiency, water quality, and conservation, distribution systems demand oversight and optimization. 

  8. Monitoring The Future With The Latest Sensor Tech

    Doctors have their stethoscopes, plumbers have their wrenches, and accountants have their calculators. More often than we would care to admit, professionals are only as good as their tools. For water utilities, staying on top of water quality means taking advantage of the cutting edge in sensor technologies.

  9. The Zen Of Smart Pressure Management: Calming Water Distribution Networks

    Over recent years, water companies around the world have enhanced their ability to control the pressure of water in their distribution networks to improve customer service and achieve environmental savings.

  10. 10 Tips For Accurate Disinfection

    Disinfection can rightly be called the “ultimate” stage of drinking water treatment — typically occurring at the end of the process, and acting as a final step before water is sent out of the plant, through the pipes, and into the world. It may come last, but it’s certainly not least.