New Market Study: “Global Wireless Sensors Market for Environmental …

January 25, 2012

Williamstown, MA — (SBWIRE) — 01/24/2012 — Global Wireless Sensors Market for Environmental and Agricultural Monitoring (2011-2016) Central to “ambient intelligence”; insights into the wireless sensors market for environmental and agricultural monitoring are detailed in this report. This report refers to environmental and agricultural monitoring as areas deployed with intelligent sensor interface that tracks, informs […]


Putting Home Health Care on the Network

January 25, 2012

One of the best hopes for slowing the increase in medical costs is better management of chronic illnesses to avoid crises and reduce expensive hospitalizations. Technology can help greatly by providing caregivers, medical professionals and care managers tools for monitoring patients’ conditions and sending them alerts when things start going wrong. Wireless health sensors exist […]


Regional water planning faces uncertain future

January 25, 2012

With state bond funds nearly exhausted, regional water management groups face an uncertain future for planning and projects intended to address water needs in specific parts of the state. During the past decade, Integrated Regional Water Management Planning groups have used a multi-dimensional planning approach to water planning. The regional water planning groups cover more […]


Sukhumbhand to address water management challenges at WEC

January 25, 2012

Bangkok Governor MR Sukhumbhand Paribatra will address the challenges in water management at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2012 in Davos, Switzerland. The meeting runs from Wednesday till Friday. “The topic will cover geographical landscape, water volume, and water issues’ impacts on economy,” Sukhumbhand said at a press conference Tuesday, “It also addresses wastewater […]


Wasting the Wastewater

January 25, 2012

Djakhangir Zakhidov for The Texas TribuneWastewater being treated at a plant in Fort Worth. While its reuse in industry and on golf courses is common, scientists say that recycling will also be crucial to the drinking supply someday. Each day, American municipalities discharge enough treated wastewater into natural sources to fill Lake Champlain within six […]


3 state agencies seek to sink water-treatment plant in Warren

January 25, 2012

By Karl Henkel [email protected] WARREN Andrew Blocksom hasn’t played chess since he was a kid. But for the past four years, the president of Patriot Water Treatment LLC in Warren has endured the longest chess match imaginable. “I’ve never played something with this duration and this high stakes,” Blocksom said. He’s had not one, but […]


LCRA publishes proposed water plan, recommends more flexible management – Austin American

January 25, 2012

<!– Alert head here Alert text here –> Home Salsa Verde Archives 2012 January 24 Entry LCRA publishes proposed water plan, recommends more flexible management By Farzad Mashhood | Tuesday, January 24, 2012, 10:00 AM The Lower Colorado River Authority posted its proposed water management plan this morning, a 226-page document that details how the […]


Sony top contender for Olympus equity tie – magazine

January 25, 2012

By Edmund Klamann and Isabel Reynolds TOKYO (Reuters) – Sony Corp is the leading contender among firms jostling for an equity stake in Olympus Corp, Japanese business weekly Diamond reported on its website, as the scandal-hit medical equipment maker moves to shore up its finances. Olympus may hold a news conference as early as this […]