Pipeline sensing and monitoring news, is key to leading change and making informed decisions. Here you can read the latest headlines nuron have highlighted for you.
A look at STEM Inclusion and Diversity
13th March 2018
The 8th March marked another International Women’s day. In this day and age do we really need an International Women’s Day?[…]
nuron nervous system for sewers in the Times
26th February 2018
The nuron nervous system has been picked up by the Times[…]
Breaking the mould. Co-designing the future
13th February 2018
We have been really busy working closely and collaboratively with key Water and Sewage companies on how best to develop a game changing User […]
nuron awarded grant to develop a game changing UX for sewer nervous system
11th December 2017
nuron fibre sensing technology continuously monitors and measures multiple flow[….]
Success at Water Dragons 2017
7th December 2017
We were delighted to win Heat 3 of Water Dragons 2017, taking home trophies from both the judges and audience votes. The first time ever in the history of the competition that this happened!
From lab to the real world, nuron are doing it
9th August 2017
We’re excited by Richard Luxton’s WWT article ‘moving sensors from the lab to the real world’. Why? Because not only are we doing it, we’ve incorporated the two challenges he hails as the future for wastewater management.
How can utilities collaborate to reduce disruption?
12th July 2017
Last year our roads were opened 2.5m times[…]
A toast to nuron engineering ladies!
23rd June 2017
Today on national women in engineering day our ladies will be raising a glass to celebrate our achievements at nuron and indeed the career paths we’ve all forged in this industry.
Driverless Demands Data
21st June 2017
What have driverless cars got to do with sewers? More than it might seem at first. In this months blog, our Technical Director, Paul Dickenson talks cars, sewers, networks and data.
Water for Life
9th June 2017
This report from Defra is worth a re-read. In 2011 it stated:
‘The average age of a London sewer is 63 years old[…]
The Fourth Industrial Revolution: what it means, how to respond
2nd June 2017
The First Industrial Revolution used water and steam power to mechanize production. The Second used electric power to create mass production. The Third[…]
It’s still brown liquid, just the smell is slightly different
26th May 2017
A great blog from our Technical Director Paul Dickenson, on where he sees similarities between fibre sensing solutions for Oil and Gas and the Wastewater industry.
See you at Utility Week Live
19th May 2017
Tuesday 23rd and Wednesday 24th June, Claire Fenwick nuron Managing Director will be joined by Paul Dickenson Technical Director in Birmingham at Utility Week Live. Claire and Paul will be talking to wastewater authorities about nuron fibre sensing technology and pilot installations. They would welcome a chance to meet you and get your feedback. Find […]
Meet The nuron Team of Technical Advisors
28th March 2017
nuron’s entrepreneurial management team is complemented by a team of technical advisors, experts in Optical Fibre Sensing and Networking, Sewer Engineering and Fluid Dynamics from the Pennine Water Group at the University of Sheffield.
Telford, an Engineering Entrepreneur Inspires Next Generation Thinkers
3rd March 2017
Written by Louise Keogh, Commercial Manager, nuron. Are there any engineers with the potential to become great leaders for our infrastructure industries and drive the climate change agenda? This was a question posed at a recent ICIF event I attended. Telford and Brunel were used as clear examples of not only engineers, but entrepreneurs who […]
A Step Change In Sewer Monitoring
31st January 2017
Today, nuron announce the launch of their next generation fibre sensing technology, a step change for sewer monitoring, measures multiple flow parameters continually within a sewer network and communicates real-time data to wastewater operators for proactive and predictive management.