A new partnership between technology and business consultancy Isle, the Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA) and change-making consultancy ThinkPlace will deliver an industry-leading innovative technologies programme. Some 23 WSAA members have already signed up for the W-Lab programme which launched in March 2020.
Prior to the pandemic, many service providers were prioritizing planning and response to PFAS. However, utilities have had to reprioritize and mobilize resources in response to COVID-19. As we continue to learn that both topics remain of high importance, Isle Utilities, in partnership with leading water utilities around the world, is facilitating collaborative projects between end users to increase peer exchange of best practice and learning of vetted emerging solutions to these topics.
Water companies, with their huge asset bases and wide-ranging data, can benefit greatly from advances in artificial intelligence – but what steps should they be taking to reap the rewards? Three leading innovation experts lend their insight to Benjamin Tam, managing director of global technology and innovation consultancy Isle UK.
A thorough piece of work… Isle Utilities provided continuous feedback and have provided an excellent introduction for our products into an alternative market place
– Sarah Marcham, Camera Value Stream Lead, at Selex ES
I was impressed by the rigour of Isle’s research and their ability to communicate their findings to the target audience
– Gordon Wheale, Project Manager, at UKWIR
The Isle TAG forum allows the best solutions to come forward as well as providing vital funding for technology development
– Steve Kaye, Head of Innovation at Anglian Water