Make fibre
make sense

nuron fibre sensing technology continuously monitors and measures multiple flow and infrastructure parameters along the entire length of a sewer network and communicates real-time data to wastewater operators for proactive and predictive management.

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Make Wastewater Make Sense

Evidence shows increasing rainfall, population and urbanisation is causing flooding and discharge from ageing and overloaded sewers. nuron helps wastewater operators address challenges and improve performance.

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Make Infrastructure Make Sense

nuron fibre sensing technology is not ‘spot’ but ‘continuous’ in-pipe sewer monitoring with in-built networking capabilities to transform infrastructure and build smart cities of the future.

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Make Science Make Sense

nuron engineers, wastewater and sewer experts have worked together to develop and patent a next generation, dual-purpose fibre sensing technology for wastewater operators and industry.

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  • Real-time data and control for proactive and predictive management,
  • Increased capacity for networking legacy sensors, telemetry and communications,
  • A fast speed fibre backbone for future smart city initiatives.


  • Better use of capacity and deferred expansion costs,
  • Avoidance of OFWAT and environmental penalties,
  • Less than 5% of the construction cost of a new sewer.


  • Address climate change and protect the environment,
  • Cheaper and more environmentally friendly than building traditional networks,
  • Exceptional service and peace of mind for customers.


Flow Monitoring, System Maintenance

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Integrity and Security

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Active Control

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Commercial and Reputation

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