Guidance on Sensors in the Global Water Industry

August 8, 2014

Twenty-two in-depth case studies in a new WERF report show that harnessing the capabilities of sensors is a complicated process which involves much more than the purchase of hardware...

If you are interested in knowing about the different types, costs (capital and operating), best practices, best-in-class systems and real-world experiences relating to the use of sensors in the water / wastewater industry then this compendium will be highly relevant to you.

The report is the result of an international collaboration commissioned by the Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF), on behalf of the Global Water Research Coalition (GWRC) and supported in Australia by utilities represented by WSSA and Water Research Australia.The research was led by the consortium of Benten Water Solutions, WRc plc, TetraTech, AECOM and Chris Swartz Water Utilization Engineers, to create a compendium on sensors and monitors - and their use in the global water industry.

For more information please visit the dedicated WERF project page (Ref SENG1C11) and the WaterRA Project Page - 2029.

There is an upcoming webinar on Thursday the 4th of September and and a technical transfer event was hosted by WSAA last year in September.

Link to Full Report - available to employees of member companies who are registered logged in.