Company promoting interoperability standards to improve utility networks
Landis+Gyr (SWISS: LAND.SW) is expanding its participation in the Wi-SUN Alliance through its Promoter Member status of this global standards organization, and by nominating a director to the board.
The Wi-SUN Alliance is a global member-based association driving the proliferation of interoperable wireless solutions
By Steven Evett
SOIL MOISTURE MONITORING CAN be useful as an irrigation management tool for both landscapes and agriculture, sometimes replacing an evapotranspiration-based (ET) approach or as a useful check on ET-based approaches since the latter tend to drift off target over time. All moisture sensors, also known as soil water sensors, measure
By Jeff Winke
MacDill Air Force Base, located approximately 4 miles south-southwest of downtown Tampa, FL, is the base for the US Air Force’s Air Mobility Command, which provides airlift, special missions, aerial refueling, and aeromedical evacuation for the armed forces. MacDill is home to 16 KC-135 Stratotankers and three C-37 Gulfstreams. The
Many popular sayings are polar opposites of each other. “Look before you leap” is the exact opposite of “He who hesitates is lost.” However, a successful earthwork contractor must do both simultaneously. They must avoid the hidden dangers that can lurk below ground at any job site. They must also
ClearSpan now offers a new time-saving product line of Pre-Engineered Buildings. Customers who are looking to install a building this winter can complete their projects at a faster pace. The Pre-Engineered Buildings are available in 65-foot-wide ClearSpan Round HD Buildings, as well as 73-foot-wide or 100-foot-wide ClearSpan Gable HD Buildings.
By Lyn Corum
The history of SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) begins with the widespread development of computers in the 1950s. Before manufacturing and remote sites started to grow, people managed the standard control and monitoring processes by hand. As mainframe computers grew in popularity, utilities and industries adopted the concept of
It’s easy to assume that with sophisticated computer simulations, wireless monitoring, and engineered materials, we’ve conquered water management, but a look into our past might just dampen this hubris. When it comes to erosion control, everything old (really is) new again.