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by:SEEKING     2019-10-22
As the world looks to the future, 70% of the population will live in cities, water demand and air travel are increasing, and British companies are already reshaping infrastructure in innovative and ingenious ways.
Good business safety record and long-term reputation-
Long-term business partnership, the UK has adopted its special skill base and technical knowledge. -
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The company\'s gold standard engineers have proposed sustainable strategies and mechanisms to significantly reduce airport carbon emissions.
British research is also helping modernize railways, driven by the industry. -
From Newcastle University to Imperial College of Technology in London, he led dozens of outstanding research and engineering institutions.
Today\'s British companies are moving forward-
Key blueprints and achievements have solved the most formidable challenges of our time, mainly the shortage of fresh water.
With smart and renewable technologies and big data solutions, Britain is overhauling utilities and bringing clean drinking water to rural communities around the world.
Consult UK experts to meet your customized infrastructure requirements.
The Welsh company is tackling one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century and using its sustainable technology to provide clean drinking water to rural areas around the world.
Global water demand is expected to exceed 40% by 2030.
Although this is arguably the most daunting challenge of the 21st century, a company in Wales believes that it can be solved with one of the sharpest tools of our time.
\"New technologies are the answer to some of the global water problems,\" says Wayne Prece, Co. -
Founder and CEO of Hydro Industries, a water treatment technology company.
SMEs use patented sustainable technologies to provide clean drinking water to rural communities in India, Africa and elsewhere.
It also works with global blue-chip companies such as Shell and Tata Steel to manage wastewater from infrastructure industries such as mining, construction and oil and gas.
Providing clean drinking water to 500,000 East Africans and saving 85 million litres of water annually from companies such as Ford in the production process is a major achievement.
However, the technology behind hydroelectric power generation has been shut down. -the-
Shelf products and customized design and engineering solutions actually stem from a smart and innovative way of thinking about existing water treatment technologies.
During his work in the defense industry, Price studied mobile devices capable of controlling water pollution and discovered a process called \"electrocoagulation\".
\"Instead of diluting impurities with chemicals(
World Standards)
All of these pollutants are removed by charge.
\"It\'s a cleaner technology, in many cases more environmentally friendly than chemicals, and that\'s why we like it,\" Price said.
He and his partners developed it into a ready-made, economically viable model.
Hydropower Company was founded in 2010, and its patented \"Hydropower Technology\" meets the World Health Organization standards.
Since then, it has been actively affecting the Earth, once a portable product and industrial plant.
The company\'s five water treatment devices are also solar energy-Ready, fast. -
Performing and moving.
\"We throw the product on the floor.
It can deal with environmental problems and be taken elsewhere, \"Price said.
Hydro\'s units have been installed around the world to address a range of problems.
In 2014, the British company joined forces with Intelligent Energy, a fuel cell engineering company, to install it. -the-
In India, there are 37 products on the shelves near the cell phone tower.
Seven million people are affected by water every year. -borne diseases.
Two years later, Hydro worked with Chelsea Group to provide clean drinking water to Mogadishu, Somalia.
Price also believes that in developed and developing countries, there is a great possibility of helping to resolve conflicts and emergencies. -
From natural disasters in Puerto Rico to water pollution and cholera outbreaks in Yemen\'s war zones.
When water technology is brought to a country, it will also promote the development of local economy and make use of local talents.
\"For example, if we run a drinking water system in a particular region of Africa, we will develop supply chains there,\" Price said.
\"That\'s the right thing to do.
This is economically important and sustainable.
\"Although the initial goal was to provide drinking water in partnership with the government and charities, this dynamic company was also guided by business needs.
This has become another key aspect of the business as industrial companies flock to request assistance in dealing with environmental issues such as oil spills and recovery of metals from water.
\"We go in as little people and help big people,\" Price said.
Therefore, Hydro also provides large-scale services. -
Design and build new sewage treatment plants to manage and support existing sites.
In 2014, it won a new 20 million factory contract in the United Arab Emirates.
More and more, the government calls on enterprises to be responsible for their waste.
In this case, Hydro\'s services include assisting and managing such regulatory requirements.
\"Environmental legislation is a big driving force behind companies like us, driving new innovation and technology,\" Price said.
With the transfer of pipeline network from national power grid to local power grid, the water supply system has become more decentralized.
He believes that his expertise in portable water purification and management makes Hydro a natural and early adopter of this fast-growing space.
\"As we move into the future, the hydropower industry has the ability to meet challenges related to new positive environmental legislation and the decentralization of water resources to meet higher quality and economic needs,\" Price concluded.
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The Cambridge-
In the field of interconnected streetlights and smart city applications, global leaders are developing a platform for tomorrow\'s smart city.
The smart city of the 21st century is a model of efficiency.
The LED street lighting level is adjusted remotely and dimmed according to the need to save electricity.
Drivers receive digital alarms for available parking spaces.
When the garbage can is full, the garbage collector will be notified to halve the unnecessary travel and reduce the use of gasoline.
This seamless metropolis is rapidly becoming a reality.
Terence, Cambridge-
Headquartered in the world\'s leading interconnected streetlights and smart city applications, are being implemented, one lamp post at a time.
It is currently building a management lighting system that covers the entire Edinburgh area, demonstrating that the leading company often works with cities, counties and utilities around the world. -
Its main customers. A state-of-the-
At first, an artistic lighting control framework was established, and then, if necessary, an Internet of Things was established. (IoT)
Some elements can be added to form the future network city center.
As the world transits to high energy-
Efficient LED lights provide TELENSA with an opportunity to introduce lighting platforms.
The effect of combining the two adaptations is revolutionary.
\"Replacing LED lights can save about 50% of the electricity,\" said Will Franks, chief executive of Telensa.
\"With networked streetlights, you can save up to a third of the lighting costs and pay for them within three to five years.
\"The software and hardware used in the Telensa deployment were created in the UK, which was manufactured at Sony UK Technology Center in South Wales.
On standard street lighting, the team first installs hardware-
Sensor and control module-
To the lamp post, use low-power WAP wireless connection to the base station.
These are the central clouds connected to it. -
Hosting software applications that allow customers to adjust street lights from anywhere.
Once the platform starts and runs, the functions of the Internet of Things can also be integrated, such as the waste management system mentioned above.
Other applications include monitoring traffic flow, wind and flood, and optimizing road desertification temperatures in winter.
Telensa was founded in 2007-
In Plextek, a consulting company that designed radio frequency vehicles-
Lojack\'s tracking system in 2004.
\"They later re-applied this technology to another application, intelligent street light control,\" Franks explained.
\"More than a decade later, Cambridge installed more than one.
So far, there are 5 million street lamps, including the largest deployment of Georgia Electric Power, the US utility company, in the world.
Although North America has always been a core market, the company has expanded to New Zealand, Hong Kong, South America and the United Arab Emirates.
It has also established a central framework to manage the lights at Heathrow Airport in London.
In fact, Britain has become the global launching pad for the new game. -Changing industries.
\"Britain is undoubtedly the world leader in the field of intelligent control lights,\" Franks quoted Birmingham, UK, as saying that Birmingham and Telensa signed a 4 million contract to install an early street lighting network of the company in 2010. The award-
Revenue of winning companies soared to 23 million pounds in 2017, up 90% from the previous year.
Meanwhile, the emerging smart city market is expected to grow by 24%. 4% by 2025.
As a result, Telensa\'s Internet of Things scope has increased. -
ONS continues to grow.
\"The list is long.
\"The combination of smart city platforms and different applications is something that cities are keen to explore,\" Franks said. \"We\'re really in the early stages.
\"Ultimately, Telensa\'s goal is to meet customers\'needs by integrating its advanced technology into an efficient urban management system, but the ultimate goal is also to improve citizens\' experience of the scenery they visit every day.
On the Frontier of Internet of Things and Cloud Technology-
Hosting smart city applications, the company first provides solutions to solve practical problems surrounding urban life.
Franks concluded: \"We want to improve our cities so that people living in these cities can live there, whether it\'s the environment, the work trip or our safety, it\'s not high. \" -level dreaming.
This is a very real world.
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