UK-based Syrinix, which offers technology and services for water supply network monitoring, has received approval for installation of its PipeMinder system in the US state of Nevada.
PipeMinder provides constant high resolution monitoring of supply networks, tracking pressure spikes and flow and using a cloud-based data analytics platform.
The company made the announcement following meetings with Nevada’s WaterStart centre of excellence, the state Governor’s Office of Economic Development, the Southern Nevada Water Authority, and the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance.
Cliff Jones, Senior Vice President at Syrinix, commented: ‘Nevada offers a fantastic opportunity for Syrinix to spread the reach of its advanced technologies, with the SNWA offering itself up as a centre of excellence for other utilities to view their findings and spread the importance of this kind of monitoring.’
Nate Allen, Executive Director at WaterStart, added: ‘We are excited to add Syrinix to the growing list of water technology companies working to spur innovation and economic growth in the state of Nevada.’
The agreement followed on from a trade mission last year. ‘The Governor’s trade mission to Europe last summer was an incredible opportunity to showcase the water economy that we are developing in our state and opened up the channels to partner with innovative water tech companies such as Syrinix to address the needs of WaterStart clients,’ said Steve Hill, Director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.
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