i2O ensures water supply is maintained at world’s largest religious festival

Pilgrims travelling to Makkah for the Hajj pilgrimage last year benefitted from a successful water distribution and environmental services plan implemented by Saudi’s National Water Company (NWC) and supported by smart water network solutions company i2O.

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Innovation in water conservation and leakage management

We recently wrote an article in December’s edition of Water Active highlighting why we believe innovation is helping to tackle water conservation and leakage management with the UK leading the way.  You can read the full article here.

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Beyond digital: Why smart water networks are a natural progression for the water industry

We recently wrote an article in December’s edition of Water Finance & Management journal outlining why we believe smart water networks are a natural progression for the water industry in order to solve the challenges they face; population growth, urbanisation and more frequent extreme weather events make delivering even adequate customer service through ageing infrastructure […]

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i2O achieves gold standard for information security

i2O, the smart water network solutions company, today announced that it has achieved ISO 27001 certification, the internationally-recognised standard for best practice in information security and managing critical data.

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Is the media to blame for the Cape Town water crisis?

The mainstream media has finally noticed that Cape Town South Africa is going to run out of water in weeks. And now the newspapers and websites and tv programmes all carry special reports about it. The media is fascinated by the crisis, the response to it, and who’s to blame.

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You need a Pressure Manager

Interesting news. Esval (Empresa Sanitaria de Valparaiso) in Chile has a Pressure Manager. A sign of things to come for water company organisation design or an oddity?

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Sales expansion and the year of the logger – i2O’s 2017 in review

2017 has been the year of the logger at i2O as water utilities around the world monitor and report on network performance increasingly. We’ve seen demand for i2O loggers soar amongst our clients, and this has not been at the expense of other areas of our business. 

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Shower together to save water

South African Airways chief flight attendant Zanda Setlaleleng has been recognised by the Western Cape’s Water Hero initiative. He is a man of many talents which include being able to greet people in 20 different languages. He uses the opportunity of addressing a plane load of people to offer them advice on how they can […]

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i2O global expansion continues with opening of first Middle East facility located in Dubai, UAE

i2O, the smart water network solutions company, has announced that it has opened an office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), to provide support to its clients located in the Middle East and North Africa.

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Water isn’t ancient history

Amman Citadel can be found in the heart of Jordan’s capital city Amman. It has been continuously occupied since Neolithic times. After conquest by the Greeks it was known as Philadelphia. The Romans left their mark too – the columns that stand on the site belong to the Temple of Hercules, and the amphitheatre carved into […]

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The future isn’t LPWAN

IDC FutureScape’s report that contains its Worldwide Internet of Things 2017 Predictions includes this:

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i2O begins production of next-generation logger

i2O, the smart water network solutions company, today announced that it has begun production of its next-generation smart data logger, Logger 17, to provide water utilities with greater insight from their distribution networks and improve how they access it.

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