The NSW Government is planning to build smart technology into infrastructure and buildings in a move its says will create jobs, cut traffic and commute times, slash water bills, reduce crime and boost the economy and turn New South Wales into the "smart state".
South Australian utility SA Water says it has proven the role of advanced smart technology in managing an underground water network, to proactively identify and repair potential leaks and breaks before they escalate and affect customers and commuters.
Australian Internet of Things company Freestyle Technology has secured a contract to supply the South Korean Municipality of Gimje with a smart water IoT platform comprising smart meters, wireless communications, end-to-end visibility of all water assets, improved leak detection, and automated meter reading.
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