Critical to the prevention of public health and safety hazards, smart, real-time wastewater management includes monitoring water levels to prevent pollution and costly sewer overflow
Data from remote upstream, midstream, and downstream assets enables operators to increase production, reduce downtime, and mitigate health and safety risks. Near-real-time measurements of pressure and flow help improve productivity throughout the life cycle of oil and gas development and in the distribution network.
Industrial IoT technology is increasingly being used to improve quality of life and safety in urban environments. Creating visibility of dispersed assets and infrastructure allows municipalities, regulators, and other stakeholders to identify issues in near-real time and make more informed planning decisions.
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In this episode of Hack the Plant, I am joined by Ariel Stern, formerly an engineer in the Israeli Ministry of Defense and a civil infrastructure project manager, currently CEO of Ayyeka, which offers remote monitoring for industrial Internet of Things systems.
We recently interviewed Ariel Stern, CEO of Ayyeka and expert in municipal water management and technology transformation, on how smart city technology can help you operate more efficiently and cost-effectively.
Israel has suffered from particularly harsh and stormy weather in the last week, resulting in flooding that overwhelmed municipal drains and infrastructure. But a new Israeli innovation has kept the city of Holon from suffering from flooding.
Critical infrastructure is a growing target for hackers – old, but reliable digital tools leave many vulnerabilities for hackers to exploit. “Today, water utilities are attacked by hackers on a daily basis,” write Ariel Stern and Yair Poleg in Water Canada’s latest feature.
With our nation’s hard infrastructure, there’s a growing need for battery-powered, AI-enabled remote wireless devices that communicate bidirectionally, helping decision makers apply resources more strategically to repair and maintain these assets.