SENSOR INDUSTRIES BLOG

Mac Arthur Park Tower Serves Seniors, Saves Water

Mac Arthur Park Tower Serves Seniors, Saves Water

Camarillo, CA, September 7, 2021—Sensor Industries, a technology company dedicated to water and energy conservation of multifamily communities and commercial properties, recently deployed their leak detection devices and MaaS (Monitoring as a Service) in Mac Arthur...

Brazil water survey heightens alarm over extreme drought

Brazil water survey heightens alarm over extreme drought

The Brazilian scientists were skeptical. They ran different models to check calculations, but all returned the same startling result. The country with the most freshwater resources on the planet steadily lost 15% of its surface water since 1991. Gradual retreat in the...

The Inevitability Of Digitalization

The Inevitability Of Digitalization

The digital transformation of the water sector may trail other industries, but it will happen nonetheless — bringing with it tremendous benefits and opportunities. Years ago, I took a workshop on strategic foresight — a fancy term for studying the future. As everyone...

The US is in a water crisis far worse than most people imagine

The US is in a water crisis far worse than most people imagine

By Erin Brockovich When I was a little girl, my father would sing songs to me all the time about water. Sometimes, we would be playing down at the creeks and he would make up little tunes: “See that lovely water, trickling down the stream, don’t take it for granted,...

DAVE DUCKWITZ NAMED CEO OF SENSOR INDUSTRIES

DAVE DUCKWITZ NAMED CEO OF SENSOR INDUSTRIES

The Board of Directors of Sensor Industries has appointed Dave Duckwitz as the company’s Chief Executive Officer, and a member of the Board of Directors. Mr. Duckwitz is a dynamic leader with more than 20 years of experience in operations, digital sales and marketing,...

In Some States, Residential Water Use Spikes During COVID-19

In Some States, Residential Water Use Spikes During COVID-19

In the months of COVID-19 shutdown, restaurants stopped turning on dishwashers and taps and residents spent more time in their gardens. Commercial use dropped and residential went up, leading to an overall increase in the amount of water Santa Fe has used since the...

How to Celebrate Earth Day While Staying Home During COVID-19

How to Celebrate Earth Day While Staying Home During COVID-19

Although the COVID-19 pandemic has changed most of our Spring plans such as attending native plant sales, educational workshops, tree plantings, and more, Earth Day is still right around the corner — April 22nd in fact. Earth Day 2020 is a special one; it marks the...

Water costs are rising across the U.S. — here’s why

Water costs are rising across the U.S. — here’s why

Water and sewer bills, which are rising faster than inflation, increased for an eighth consecutive year in a study of the country’s 50 largest metropolitan regions. Each glass of water, shower or flush costs far more than it did just eight years ago — and your water...

IoT Infrastructure Market worth over $130bn by 2024

IoT Infrastructure Market worth over $130bn by 2024

IoT infrastructure Market size is set to exceed USD 130 billion by 2024, according to a new research report by Global Market Insights, Inc. The increasing number of smart city projects across the U.S., India, China, Singapore, UK, etc. are anticipated to drive the IoT...

Victory for California Renters will impact NOI for property owners

Victory for California Renters will impact NOI for property owners

In a significant victory for California renters struggling to find affordable housing, state lawmakers on Wednesday sent a sweeping rent cap bill to the governor’s desk. Assembly Bill 1482, which passed the Assembly Wednesday afternoon 46-22, is set to limit rent...