Utilities

August 24, 2015

Cities big and small are hopping on the smart city bandwagon with smart projects of every caliber imaginable; there is a smart prefix attached to every city section whether it is water, infrastructure, grid, transit, or anything else urban.
 

July 06, 2015

Cost effective and adaptable technologies will soon make it possible for commercial buildings to become net zero energy users (ZEBs) or nearly net zero users (nZEBs). Jurisdictions are already anticipating this possibility.

June 20, 2015

Transportation is frequently at the forefront of the smart city discussion and there are countless innovations in the field to improve travel for urban citizens. Traffic and congestion are constantly brought up in smart city discussion and numerous cities worldwide face the same problem.

Washington, D.C. to Reduce Sewer Overflows with Green Infrastructure Strategy
June 03, 2015

The U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S.

According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT), cyber incidents on industrial targets in 2014 had increased more than 25 percent since 2011.

The Smart Water Network (SWAN) is the water utility industry’s equivalent to the energy industry’s Smart Grid. However, water utilities are trying to determine how new SWAN technologies will help maintain or improve service and profitability levels at existing water billing rates.

CMU Researchers Receive Grant to Aid Federal Resilient Lands & Waters Initiative
April 30, 2015

Central Michigan University’s (CMU) Institute for Great Lakes Research (IGLR) is helping the U.S. Department of Interior, U.S.

Cloud SCADA Solves Big Problems for Small Utilities
June 01, 2015

Rural municipalities and utilities have unique problems with operations. They have small budgets that must be stretched to cover large geographic areas.

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