The US EPA has conducted trials on the Intellisonde in support of the Water Security Initiative. This article summarises the results of the trial and indicates how the Intellisonde can contribute to the protection of water security.
The UK water industry is now working under a new service incentive mechanism (SIM) which is driving companies to improve performance by focusing on customer service as one element of the package of incentives that comprise the determination of price limits. In this article, Tony Halker, CEO at Intellitect Water, asks: "can new technology help water utilities to improve their SIM performance?"
Engineers at Intellitect Water have developed a version of the company's innovative multiparameter water quality monitoring sonde, the 'Intellisonde FETM' that can continuously monitor final effluent without the need for chemicals or frequent maintenance and calibration.
Following successful trials with a final effluent monitor, engineers at Intellitect Water are developing a new version of the company's tiny multiparameter water quality monitor, the IntellisondeTM that will float on rivers, lakes and reservoirs, providing continuous water quality monitoring data.