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Trimble Unity Replaces Connect for Water, Wastewater and Stormwater Utilities

January 27, 2015By
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Trimble introduced today its next generation suite of software applications for water, wastewater and stormwater utilities — Trimble Unity. Trimble Unity replaces Trimble Connect for Water and offers a unified cloud-based and mobile collaboration platform for smart water mapping and work management. Trimble Unity applications, or “apps,” support the following workflows: Mapping: Field and office GIS visualization and mapping of assets... read more

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Trimble’s Smart Water Software Adds GNSS Capabilities

November 4, 2014By

Trimble has introduced the latest version of its smart water infrastructure mapping and work management cloud software — Trimble Connect for Water version 1.9. The latest release of the geographic information system (GIS) centric software-as-a-service (SaaS) adds real-time, high-accuracy centimeter-level horizontal and vertical GNSS accuracy for capturing 3D asset positions. The new release includes a suite of applications that allow water, wastewater... read more

Select Energy Launches Real-Time Data Management for Water Sources

July 16, 2013By
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Proper management of large volumes of fluid has become a necessity as hydraulic fracturing has increased throughout North America. Creating the most effective fluid handling solution involves environmental, cost and project timeline considerations. Select Energy Services, LLC, has launched AquaView, a suite of services that efficiently monitor water at various stages of the project through real-time, wireless technology. AquaView’s instant... read more

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On the Edge: Sensing the Rivers

July 1, 2012By

A fleet of 100 robots equipped with GPS and sensors were released May 9 into California rivers to measure water flow, salinty levels, and pollution. The Floating Sensor Network is a project by the University of California, Berkeley, to improve the way water quality and flows are monitored. About two-thirds of California’s fresh water is in the Sacramento-San Joaquin river system where the test took place. This water supplies about two-thirds of the state’s population with drinking water and irrigation. The initiative is led by associate professor Alexandre Bayen at the Center for Informatin Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS). read more

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