Wastewater Treatment Plants Need to Prioritize Remote Monitoring in 2022

by Ian Uriarte on November 30, 2021

  In 2021, the Berkeley County Public Service Sewer District in West Virginia was fined $518,400 in penalties for, among other things, exceeding pollution limits and allowing sanitary sewer overflows. King County, home to Seattle, faced $105,500 in fines in …

Smart Mobility Examples Aren’t Just Sexy. They’re Life-Saving

by Kat Andersson on October 20, 2021

You’re driving home after work. You’re in Los Angeles. Or Boston. Maybe Chicago. You’re doing less driving than sitting in your car staring at brake lights. No one deserves to waste their life away in a traffic jam. However, that’s …

How IoT Enables Smart Building Solutions that Control Energy Costs

by Ian Uriarte on September 20, 2021

Buildings consume nearly half (42 percent) of the world’s electricity. In the U.S., the U.S. Department of Energy estimates that buildings consume 70 percent of the nation’s energy, and as much as half of that figure is wasted energy.

The Smart City We Dream of Living in – Solutions, Trends & Examples

by Kat Andersson on September 8, 2021

It’s been a couple of decades since cities and countries around the world started engaging in smart city trends. While the concept of sustainable smart societies may sound very sci-fi-esque, it’s actually surprisingly relatable. Seriously, if you’re one of the …

Why You Should Consider Maximo Service Management

by Ian Uriarte on August 18, 2021

Managing service requests for the use of physical assets in an organization is often an inefficient process — especially if the organization is a large corporation spanning multiple locations across a continent or around the world.e

Guest Piece: 5 Hard Skills You’ll Need to Find Success in a Post-COVID World

by Guest Writer on August 10, 2021

.The coronavirus pandemic irrevocably disrupted the world, and with it, industries of every kind. Since early last year, the majority of businesses have been implementing remote operations, resulting in a drastic shift in company culture and operations.    The Road …

Not All Technology Project Leaders Need to Be Engineers

by Ian Uriarte on August 4, 2021

  Technology leaders need more than tech skills. 2000 years ago, paper was an advanced technology. Six centuries ago, it was the printing press. About 100 years ago, the typewriter was considered advanced. Less than a century ago, we saw …

The Internet of Things: What the Transportation Industry Needs to Move Forward?

by Ian Uriarte on June 30, 2021

The Internet of Things (IoT) has gained much momentum as a means of retrieving data for use, via the Internet, in predictive analytics and big data analysis.